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Literacy in times of Covid

2020-09-11

Literacy in times of Covid

Without students in elementary school because of the new coronavirus pandemic, the School Feeding Project “Food for Knowledge” celebrates today, September 8, the World Literacy Day by broadcasting the Bilingual Teaching classes via radio.

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ADPP assists 3,000 families in Nhamatanda with post-cyclone IDAI Economic Recovery Activities
ADPP assists 3,000 families in Nhamatanda with post-cyclone IDAI Economic Recovery Activities
ADPP, in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and in coordination with the IDAI Post Cyclone Reconstruction Office, started in July the implementation of livelihood and economic recovery activities for the most vulnerable communities and families in Nhamatanda district, based on a survey of the needs identified in the data collection of beneficiaries.
School Feeding Project supports 20,000 families in food products
School Feeding Project supports 20,000 families in food products
To alleviate the impact of Covid-19 on family income and reduce malnutrition of school-age children, the School Feeding Project “Food for Knowledge” started the process of distributing about 20 tons of agricultural products from the gardens supported by the project, in four districts of Maputo Province.
ADPP at the International AIDS Conference 2020
ADPP at the International AIDS Conference 2020
Under the theme “Improving HIV case detection and treatment initiation among female sex workers in Mozambique: Results of a project in Niassa, Gaza and Zambezia provinces”, ADPP will share with the Conference participants the success it is having in implementing the PASSOS project, implemented in collaboration with FHI360 and funded by the United States Agency for International Development, USAID.
School Feeding Project distributes soap to 3,000 volunteers
School Feeding Project distributes soap to 3,000 volunteers
In order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 among its beneficiaries, the School Feeding Project, a project by ADPP Mozambique and Planet Aid, distributed hand-washing soap to about 3 thousand volunteers, mostly parents and guardians of the students who benefit from the project.

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