ADPP programs are designed to empower individuals, families and communities to make positive changes in their lives, through local capacity building and an integrated approach to development that links education, health and community development

ADPP Mozambique

ADPP programs are designed to empower individuals, families and communities to make positive changes in their lives, through local capacity building and an integrated approach to development that links education, health and community development

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6,5 Million People reached from ADPP’s programmes and work

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People reached from ADPP’s programmes and work

3,000 Employees throughout Mozambique

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Employees throughout Mozambique

2.5 Million Million people reached with clothes and footwear and thousands of self-employment jobs created

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People reached with clothes and footwear and thousands of self-employment jobs created

500,000 Children and youth benefitting from educational programmes and activities

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Children and youth benefitting from educational programmes and activities

87,453 Children who received a nutritious daily meal in 271 primary schools

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Children who received a nutritious daily meal in 271 primary schools

6,850 Farmers/producers active in the Farmers’ and Producers’ Clubs programmes

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Farmers/producers active in the Farmers’ and Producers’ Clubs programmes

241,839 People reached in HIV/AIDs programmes

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People reached in HIV/AIDs programmes

102,016 People screened in TB programmes

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People screened in TB programmes

650,000 People reached in malaria awareness campaigns

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People reached in malaria awareness campaigns

Education

Education

Improving the quality of education is essential for the development of the country and alleviation of poverty. We believe all children have the right to access quality education.

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Health

Health

ADPP Mozambique health programs build on the active participation and involvement of people and communities, equipping people with the knowledge to protect themselves. All programs in the areas of HIV/AIDS, TB, Malaria and Nutrition are aligned with the public health system in Mozambique to maximize efforts and resources

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Agriculture

Agriculture

Small-scale farmers play a central role in feeding millions of people across Mozambique and ensuring food security, resilience, and progress, for the great majority of our nation

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Humanitarian Aid

Humanitarian Aid

Climate change will have an untold impact on the country over the next 20 years. In response to this threat, ADPP Mozambique has introduced a number of programs focused on climate change prevention and mitigation

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Launching 2020 Annual Report

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Launching 2020 Annual Report

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Zambézia Province receives project to Improve the Quality of Education
2021-10-21
With the goal of improving the quality of education in primary schools in Zambezia province, the project on Improving the Quality of Education, Inclusion and Community Involvement in Primary Education, implemented by ADPP under funding from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland (MFA) expects in the next three years to benefit a total of 12,881 students belonging to 24 primary schools in the districts of Milange, Molumbo, Morrumbala and Namacurra.
2021-10-06
World Teacher’s Day is Tuesday October 5, 2021! In celebration of all the dedicated teachers across the world, during the month of October, Planet Aid will spotlight a range of notable educational projects implemented by our local partners across the globe.
Project HOPE increases adherence to antiretroviral treatment in  Cabo Delgado
2021-10-05
Ongoing since 2016, the Hope Cabo Delgado project, implemented for five years by ADPP in partnership with the Ariel Glaser Foundation Against Pediatric AIDS and in coordination with the Ministry of Health (MISAU), through funds provided by the CDC, covered seven districts (Moeda and Muidumbe Chiure, Ancuabe and the city of Pemba), where it sought through various actions to reduce new HIV infections and the reintegration of absentee patients and others who had abandoned treatment.