ADPP distributes more than 17 tons of miscellaneous products

ADPP distributes more than 17 tons of miscellaneous products

ADPP distributed this week more than 17 tons of various food products to the victims of Cyclone IDAI. These include rice, food oil, maize flour, sugar and beans, and benefited 1,000 families at Tica's administrative post in the Nhamatanda district of Sofala province, one of the most affected by the cyclone.

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ADPP distributes 5 tons of corn seeds

ADPP distributes 5 tons of corn seeds

ADPP distributed this week 5 tons of maize seed to 250 farmers in Nhamatanda district, one of the most affected by Cyclone IDAI, which has hit the province of Sofala, Manica and Zambézia. This support aims to provide small scale farmers in that part of the country with agricultural inputs so that they can plant for the second agricultural season, once the first was devastated by floods.

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ADPP launches campaign to support victims of Idai Cyclone

ADPP launches campaign to support victims of Idai Cyclone

#CicloneIdai hit the central region of Mozambique and left hundreds of thousands of homeless people and without nothing to restart their lives. To help them, we have created the "Start Over Again" project, an initiative to help cyclone victims restart their lives. Help us to help them.

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ADPP involved in humanitarian aid to Cyclone IDAI victims

ADPP involved in humanitarian aid to Cyclone IDAI victims

After the passage of the Cyclone IDAI that has ravaged the central and northern regions of the country, ADPP Mozambique is in contact with the authorities of the National Institute for Natural Disaster Management (INGC), the Red Cross and other humanitarian organizations in order to join efforts in the relief of cyclone victims.

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"It is important to undertake joint efforts to invest in School Feeding"

"It is important to undertake joint efforts to invest in School Feeding"

On March 1, 2019, the African School Feeding Day was celebrated under the motto "Invest in School Feeding, based on local purchases to achieve zero hunger and sustainability of inclusive education including refugees and displaced people in Africa," and the central ceremonies took place at Mulelemane Elementary School in the district of Magude. Speaking to those attending the ceremony, the Minister of Education, Conceita Sortane, reaffirmed the importance of joint efforts in investing in school meals, since such programs are fundamental to overcome the causes of food insecurity and chronic malnutrition. "It is important to undertake joint efforts to invest in school feeding programs that can bring economic returns to sustainable and long-term development, reflecting especially on agriculture, nutrition, education and community resilience."

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ADPP donates school supplies to orphan children at Magoanine Primary School B

ADPP donates school supplies to orphan children at Magoanine Primary School B

ADPP Mozambique through the School Feeding Project, Food for Knowledge, donated 5 kits of various school supplies for an equal numbers of orphan children at Magoanine Primary School B.

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ADPP’s Teacher Training Schools graduate 1,394 new teachers

ADPP’s Teacher Training Schools graduate 1,394 new teachers

In 2018 the Teacher Training Schools from ADPP Mozambique graduated 1,394 primary school teachers, of which 690 are male and 704 female, increasing the number of graduates of this institution from 18,548 to 19,942.

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"There are improvements in the lives of farmers and members of farmers' clubs"

"There are improvements in the lives of farmers and members of farmers' clubs"

The Farmers' Club project, an ADPP initiative financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland, was closed this week. Speaking at the closing ceremony of the project, the ADPP Executive Director, Birgit Holm, said that there were significant improvements in the lives of farmers.

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ADPP shows “Girls Inspire" at INSTIDOC

ADPP shows “Girls Inspire" at INSTIDOC

ADPP Mozambique will show this Thursday, November 15 at the Cultural Center France Mozambique, the documentary entitled "Girls Inspire", in the context of the 5th Edition of INSTIDOC - Documentary Institutional Cycle.

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Farmers learn sustainable ways to mitigate the effects of global warming

Farmers learn sustainable ways to mitigate the effects of global warming

Despite the country’s huge agricultural potential, average production levels remain very low and are extremely vulnerable to weather-related changes to growing conditions. This is largely due to the widespread use of traditional farming methods, lack of agricultural inputs, lack of technical assistance and infrastructure and limited access to markets. This perpetuates a vicious cycle of poverty in rural areas and results in the country’s food security remaining highly volatile.

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ADPP Teachers' Training Colleges Celebrate Silver Anniversary

ADPP Teachers' Training Colleges Celebrate Silver Anniversary

The Teachers’ Training Colleges for Teachers of the Future have recently celebrated 25 years since the establishment of the first College in Maputo province in 1993. The event was attended by members of the Government, Diplomatic Corps, academics, partners, graduate students and trainees of the Teacher Training College (TTC) in Maputo.

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ADPP Annual Report 2017 released

ADPP Annual Report 2017 released

ADPP is proud to release its 2017 Annual Report outlining the great development work and impact of its work over the past year.

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Water to Help Kids Learn

Water to Help Kids Learn

Usually when people think about improving education, they think about hiring better teachers, increasing funding, and buying new school supplies. While these are essential steps in strengthening an educational system, in many countries of the world improving education is not just about pedagogy or pencils.

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