Angola ADPP Angola - Ajuda de Desenvolvimento de Povo para Povo Angola - had 50 development projects operational in 14 provinces in Angola in 2015. ADPP is an Angolan NGO (non-governmental association) officially registered with the Ministry of Justice. Since 1986, ADPP has been working in the following key areas of development: Education, Health, Rural Development, Agriculture and Environment. Issues such as gender equality, human rights, the environment and major endemic diseases are integral elements in all projects. ADPP is led by a Board of Directors, elected by the general assembly. Each of the projects managed by ADPP has a Project Council with a Project Leader. In 2015, more than 1.000 people were employed by ADPP.
Each of ADPP’s projects contributes to the fulfilment of the three overall objectives in its mission statement:
Human Resource Development
ADPP is committed to human resource development, helping each individual develop their capacity to create development. Importantly, ADPP staff learn to work together in pursuit of a common cause- to solve problems together, celebrate success together and tackle new challenges together. Some of the capacity building training on offer includes:
Regular short courses for key staff at ADPP Courses and Conferences Centre in Ramiro, Luanda
Basic Management Training at Frontline Institute Huambo
Advanced Management Training at Frontline Institute Zimbabwe
OWU/ISET (One World University- Instituto Superior de Educação e Tecnologia) Mozambique.