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ADPP - 35 years creating development

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ADPP Mozambique celebrated 35 years of its creation on November 8th, in a ceremony attended by the former President of the Republic, Armando Emílio Guebuza, the Minister of Science, Technology and Higher Education, Jorge Nhambiu, the Administrator of the…

Graduation of 77 new Graduates in Pedagogy and Community Development in ISET/OWU was attended by President Nyusi.

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Changalane - March, 27 - The Instituto Superior de Educação e Tecnologia/One Word University (ISET/OWU), of ADPP Mozambique, graduated 39 new students in Pedagogy and 38 in Community Development, in a ceremony attended by the President of the Republic, Filipe…

ADPP promotes active citizenship amongst young Mozambicans

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On the 29th of September a partnership agreement was signed between ADPP and Gabinete do Ordenador Nacional, GON, (EU-Government Liaison Office under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation) for the financing of a project to promote the concept and…

Launch of ADPP and SNV Farmers’ Club Project in Sofala and Zambezia

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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 Ministry of Foreign Affairs of…

NIKHALAMO – “Girl Child Stay in School” – Project Launched in Namacurra, Zambezia

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NAMACURRA, ZAMBÉZIA, 3 OCTOBER 2014 – “To educate a girl is to educate a nation. However, many girls in our district do not complete school because of poverty, early marriages, teenage pregnancies and poor school infrastructure.” These words, pronounced by…

20 Years of ADPP Teacher Training in Mozambique

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The first ADPP Teacher Training College in Mozambique was inaugurated in 1993 in Machava, Maputo Province. Since then, altogether 11 Colleges have been established covering all provinces of the country. With 20 years since the beginning of the ADPP teacher…