Welcome to ADPP Mozambique
ADPP is a Mozambican Association and a co-founder and member of the International Federation Humana People to People.
ADPP started working in Mozambique in 1982. Today, ADPP Mozambique is implementing projects in all provinces, reaching out to more than 80 districts within the following sectors:
- HIV/AIDS, Primary Health Care,
- Community Development,
- Food Security and
- Fundraising through Second Hand Clothes operation.
ADPP is employing 2 000 people and more than 2 million people are directly benefitting from our work on a yearly basis.
ADPP has through the years worked in close cooperation with the communities and their local structures and the Government at central, provincial and district levels – and has always aimed at creating capacity in the communities themselves. ADPP has gained a vast experience in training of family members, providing courses and training programs at various levels and target groups such as CBO’s, peer educators, volunteers, activists, farmers associations, primary school teachers, literacy facilitators and community leaders.
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Presently, Mozambique faces high rates of school drop-out and failure due to a general lack of quality education. Alongside this, the Government expects to reach the target of Education for All by the year 2015. ADPP has joined this Government’s effort by establishing Teacher Training Colleges (TTCs), also known as ...
One of the areas where the poverty in Mozambique is felt and has most serious consequences is within the area of health. At present, life expectancy in Mozambique is only 52.1 years; 92 children out of 1 000 born will not reach their 5th birthday. Mozambique has an HIV prevalence of 11.5%.
TTC Maputo graduates 84 new primary teachers
First ADPP Teacher Training College students to graduate from the 10th grade+ 3 years model. ADPP Mozambique graduates 222 new teachers through the new model and reaches over 14,000 primary teachers graduated since
World AIDS Day 2014
In 2014, ADPP Mozambique commemorates the World AIDS Day, celebrated annually on the 1st of December, by reaching out to altogether 570,000 people in the various provinces of Mozambique through a comprehensive and systematic
Launch of ADPP and SNV Farmers’ Club Project in Sofala and Zambezia
A new Farmers’ Club Project was launched on the 25th of November 2014 in Caia, Sofala Province. The Farmers’ Clubs for wealth creation among smallholder farmers in Mozambique is a 4-year project (2014-2018) financed by the
More than 1,500 Students benefit from the partnership program between Microsoft and ADPP Mozambique
Over 1,500 Mozambican students benefited from computer training to improve their skills in information technology, between the months of July and September. This aims at ensuring a more complete process of school learning, as
Most people in Mozambique are poor and 80% are trying to create a livelihood as small scale farmers. The natural conditions are very good and the country could produce more than enough for itself and for export if the agriculture was well organized and financed. There are 3,7 million small farmers ...
Community development has been a priority of ADPP since its inception. Mozambique is one of the poorest countries in the world, with 55% of the population living under the poverty line. The programs under the Community Development sector leads families to organize in their communities, to take ...