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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Loving Literacy: Leveraging Native Languages

Loving Literacy: Leveraging Native Languages

Young children in Mozambique speak one of several native languages, but when they enter school, they are frequently taught to read and write in Portuguese, the official national language. This creates an obstacle to their acquisition of reading and writing skills.

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New agricultural techniques contribute to increased agricultural production in Sofala and Zambézia

New agricultural techniques contribute to increased agricultural production in Sofala and Zambézia

The Farmers Club project, funded by the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has been making great strides and continues to reach important milestones in transforming the lives of small-scale farmers in the Sofala and Zambezia provinces.

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Launching the Humana People to People Progress Report 2017

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.

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ADPP produces and distributes 10,000 teacher support brochures

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.

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Mobilizing TB survivors to boost demand and access to TB services

Mobilizing TB survivors to boost demand and access to TB services

The Stop TB Partnership is leading the way to a world without tuberculosis (TB), a disease that is curable but still kills three people every minute. Mozambique is one of the high TB burden countries.

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Female teachers key to achieving gender equality in education

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.

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ADPP participates in the V Tuberculosis conference in South Africa

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.

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ADPP and partners "take" cinema to Children's Town in Maputo

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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SUSTAIN impacts life of the communities of Marara, Mágoè and Cahora-Bassa

SUSTAIN impacts life of the communities of Marara, Mágoè and Cahora-Bassa

SUSTAIN - Club of producers’ project, implemented by ADPP in partnership with the MICAIA Foundation, funded by the IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) is positively impacting the lives of rural communities in the districts of Mágoè and Cahora-Bassa in Tete province.

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ADPP participates on the 3rd International Congress on Vocational and Professional Education and Training VPET

ADPP participates on the 3rd International Congress on Vocational and Professional Education and Training VPET

ADPP Mozambique is participating in the International Congress on Vocational Education and Professional Training, which will take place from 6 to 8 June 2018 in Winterthur, Switzerland.

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Menstrual Hygiene Day 2018

 Menstrual Hygiene Day 2018

Menstrual Hygiene Day (MH Day), May 28, is an annual global event to raise awareness about the challenges women and girls face due to menstruation and to highlight solutions that address these challenges. MH Day also provides a platform to advocate for making menstrual hygiene management (MHM) a part of local, national, and global policies, as well as programs, projects, and activities across global development sectors. MH Day is organized by WASH United, which has run the event since its inception in 2013. It is an alliance of 340 partners worldwide, including WaterAid, Save the Children, and USAID, to foster policy change, fight stigma, and educate girls about menstruation. Follow MH Day on Twitter using the hashtag #NoMoreLimits.

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It is possible to beat Tuberculosis

It is possible to beat Tuberculosis

Curing tuberculosis at a time when drug resistance has been reported, together with the growth of HIV prevalence rates, currently at 13.2 percent (IIMASIDA / 2017), has proved to be difficult but not impossible.

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ADPP committed with Women's Empowerment

ADPP committed with Women's Empowerment

Today, International Women's Day is celebrated under the motto "Time is Now: Rural and Urban Activists Transforming Women's Lives". The central objective of this day is to invite society to think on the situation of women in the world and to discuss the issue of equal rights between women and men.

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