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2021-10-06

Mobilizing for Better Reading Skills for Children in Mozambique

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.  We will start in Mozambique, located in Sub-Saharan Africa and with a project is called Apoiar a Ler!

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Project HOPE increases adherence to antiretroviral treatment in  Cabo Delgado
Project HOPE increases adherence to antiretroviral treatment in Cabo Delgado
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.
4 million people have died from COVID-19 the world-over
4 million people have died from COVID-19 the world-over
COVID-19 passes 4 million death mark and there are no signs of it stopping anytime soon.
Women lead the course of Electricity Installation at Maputo Polytechnic College
Women lead the course of Electricity Installation at Maputo Polytechnic College
The Project Socio-Economic Empowerment of Women and Youth in Mozambique, implemented by ADPP Mozambique, held last Friday, at the Polytechnic College of Maputo, the IV graduation ceremony of technicians in the areas of Installing Electricity and Information and Communication Technology (ICTs).
Organização Continuadores De Moçambique celebrates the Day of the African Child at ADPP Children's Town
Organização Continuadores De Moçambique celebrates the Day of the African Child at ADPP Children's Town
ADPP Children's Town, located in the district of Costa do Sol in the city of Maputo, was the venue chosen by the Continuing Organisation of Mozambique for the celebration of the Day of the African Child, which is celebrated annually on 16 June.

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