ADPP shows “Girls Inspire" at INSTIDOC
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.
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.
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.
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.
Loving Literacy: Leveraging Native Languages
New agricultural techniques contribute to increased agricultural production in Sofala and Zambézia
Launching the Humana People to People Progress Report 2017
ADPP Mozambique as member of The Federation Humana People to People (Humana People to People) is excited and proud to release its Humana People to People Progress Report 2017, demonstrating the value of its work over the past year.
ADPP produces and distributes 10,000 teacher support brochures
ADPP Mozambique, through the "Network of Graduates of the Schools of Teachers of the Future" - EPFs, has recently produced and distributed around in the country 10,000 brochures in support of the teacher. The brochures are part of a series of teaching and learning materials developed especially for primary school teachers by ADPP Mozambique.
Mobilizing TB survivors to boost demand and access to TB services
Female teachers key to achieving gender equality in education
Conceição da Gloria Sozinho, Director of ADPP Mozambique Teacher Training College Chimoio participated at this year’s European Development Days in Brussels, global leaders met to discuss the critical role education plays in sustainable development. Yet progress towards Sustainable Development Goal 4 — ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all — is in danger of stalling, due to a lack of gender equality in education and persistent barriers that prevent many young girls in developing economies — including my own Mozambique — from remaining in education. See full article here.
ADPP participates in the V Tuberculosis conference in South Africa
ADPP Mozambique, through the Tuberculosis program In the Mining Sector - TIMS, participated in the Fifth Tuberculosis (TB) Conference in South Africa, an opportunity to show the TIMS’ experience implemented by ADPP Mozambique in Gaza province, as well as sharing practices with other organizations working in the area of TB prevention and control.
ADPP and partners "take" cinema to Children's Town in Maputo
As part of the African Children's Day, which will be held on June 16, ADPP Mozambique, with the support of Camões-Centro Cultural Português in conjunction with the Art Institute, will promote the exhibition of animated short films at the Children's Town Orphanage, in Maputo, on June 15, at 5:00 p.m.
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