ADPP wins Innovative Practice on Inclusive Education and ICT 2020 award
ADPP was awarded the “Innovative Practice 2020 on Inclusive Education and ICT” award by the international organization called Zero Project with our “Inclusive Education Project”, in partnership with Light For the World and support from the Austrian Development Cooperation.
The academic year 2020 started for the 10th+3 curriculum at the Teachers’ Training Colleges of Maputo and Chimoio, and are scheduled to start in the next two weeks for the other schools, namely, TTC Gaza, Inhambane, Nhamatanda, Macuse, Nacala, Nametíl, Niassa, Tete, with the 10th+1 curriculum.
Bilibiza Teacher Training School in the village of Bilibiza, province of Cabo Delgado was on the night of January 29, 2020, target of an attack by a group of insurgents who attacked the village and burned down houses.
Encerrou no passado dia 30 de Janeiro o projecto Clube de Agricultores de Nhamatanda depois de três anos e oito meses de duração (2015-2019), beneficiando um total de 2250 agricultores divididos em 45 clubes, um projecto implementado pela ADPP e com apoio financeiro da União Europeia.
ADPP Teachers Training Colleges (TTCs) graduated in 2019, 1,262 new primary school teachers, which 638 are women, thus increasing the number of graduates from this institution from 19,942 to 21,204.