ADPP Mozambique develops communities, creates opportunities, and brings hope, through its people-driven initiatives, which promote health, education, and sustainable agriculture

Who we are

ADPP Mozambique develops communities, creates opportunities, and brings hope, through its people-driven initiatives, which promote health, education, and sustainable agriculture

About us

ADPP Mozambique is a Mozambican Non-Governmental Association that works across Quality Education, Health and Well-being, Sustainable Agriculture, and the Environment.

About ADPP Mozambique

Established in 1982, we have grown steadily ever since, expanding our expertise and project delivery. We employ approximately 3,300 people and implement over 60 projects across all provinces of the country. Our projects benefit approximately 6.5 million Mozambicans each year.

Partnerships are important to us. We work closely and collaboratively with the Government of Mozambique, and with local and international partners, to improve the living conditions of all Mozambicans and to promote the equitable, social, and economic, development of the country.

We are committed to being part of the international community. The goals set out in the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development continue to guide our work and are embedded in everything we do. We have made significant contributions to achieving these goals since their introduction.

Accountability and transparency are integral to what we do. We remain committed to providing accountability and transparency to all our stakeholders. We are also committed to implementing and adhering to the universally accepted standards of governance and integrity across our organization.

We do this because we believe that when people join forces, they create unlimited potential for positive change.

ADPP Mozambique is also a member of the Federation for Associations connected to the International Humana People to People Movement, a network of non-profit associations engaged in international solidarity, co-operation, and development.

Our Mission and Vision

ADPP Mozambique believes that development is first and foremost about people, who, when empowered, increase their capabilities and become the driving force for change within their communities.

Our Mission and Vision

Sustainable development is our goal. We believe that it is possible to create opportunities and deliver positive long-term impact whilst addressing some of Mozambique´s most significant challenges, when working closely with communities.

ADPP Mozambique´s vision is to support all people to work together for a better future, one in which everyone has the ability to pursue their choices and dreams and to realize their full potential.

To achieve that, our programs are aimed at targeting the most disadvantaged social groups, especially women, adolescent girls and children, as well as vulnerable populations. The interventions address the f the various barriers as access to health care, gender imbalances, economic challenges and stigma & discrimination.

The Federation Humana People to People

The Federation Humana People to People is a global network of organizations that all share a set of values to protect the planet, build communities, and support people who join forces and develop their potential for positive change.

The Federation Humana People to People

The Federation for Associations, which is connected to the International Humana People to People Movement, was established in 1996 and aims to increase positive global development through strengthening the cooperation among members.

The Federation has 30 independent member associations located across Africa, Asia, Europe, and North and South America. The activities of the Federation and its members are aligned with the UN 2030 Agenda.

Our Partners

Bilateral funds

  • Finland, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
  • European Union, External Affairs (PAANE, PRODEL)
  • USAID, United States Agency for International Development
  • USDA, US Department of Agriculture

Government of Mozambique

  • Ministry of Agriculture & Food Security
  • Ministry of Education and Human Development
  • Ministry of Health
  • Ministry of Science and Technology, Higher and Professional Education
  • Ministry of Labour
  • Ministry of Sea, Interior Water and Fishing
  • IDEPA, National Institute for  Development of Fishing and Aquaculture
  • Ministry of Land, Environment & Rural Development
  • National Council for the Combat of AIDS
  • PRODEL, Programme for Local Economic Development
  • INCAJU, Institute for the Development of Cashew

Multilateral funds

  • World Bank
  • E8, SADC Secretariat of the Malaria Elimination Initiative
  • Global Fund to Combat AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
  • Stop TB – Challenge Facility
  • UNIDO – United Nations Industrial Development Organization

NGOs and foundations

  • All Hands and Hearts
  • CCS, Health Colaboration Centre
  • City of Vienna
  • EGPAF, Elisabeth Glaser Paediatric AIDS Foundation
  • FDC, Community Development Foundation
  • FHI 360, Family Health International
  • Finn Church Aid
  • Ariel Glaser Foundation against Paediatric AIDS
  • IUCN, International Union for Conservation of Nature
  • Light for the World
  • Municipality of Baden, Austria
  • Right To Play
  • Silicon Valley Film Festival
  • World Vision
  • World Jewish Relief, WJR
  • Joint Development Cooperation, JDC

Private sector

  • Avis Rent a Car
  • ExxonMobil Mozambique
  • TRAC, Trans African Concessions, Mozambique

Humana People To People Fedaration

  • The Federation Humana People to People
  • Humana – Verein für Entwicklungszusammenarbeit, Austria
  • Humana Sorteerimiskeskus OÜ, Estonia
  • Landsföreningen U-landshjälp från Folk till Folk i Finland r.f., Finland
  • Humana People to People Italia O.N.L.U.S, Italy
  • Humana People to People Baltic, Lithuania
  • Humana Second Hand Fundraising Projects, Lithuania
  • U-landshjelp fra Folk til Folk, Norway
  • Associação HUMANA, Portugal
  • HUMANA d.o.o, Slovenia
  • Fundacion Pueblo para Pueblo, Spain
  • Planet Aid, Inc., USA

Implementation partners

  • ACEAGRÁRIOS
  • ADVZ, Zambezia Valley Development Agency
  • ComuSanas
  • DAPP Zambia
  • DAPP Zimbabwe
  • DIMAGI
  • FHI360, Family Health International
  • GAIN, Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition
  • Girl Child Rights
  • h2n
  • HPP South Africa
  • HPP Botswana
  • Kupulumussana
  • Micaia
  • Movimento Contra a Tuberculose
  • VIAMO
  • University of Lúrio, UNILÚRIO

Financial Information

Accountability and transparency play a major role in international development, with stakeholders expecting visibility of the use of public funds.

ADPP Mozambique is committed to ensuring accountability between its partners and donors. Our operations and processes are transparent and open to public scrutiny, and subject to regular auditing.

Mozambique invests USD 25 million yearly in education, health, and agriculture projects in the country.

ADPP Mozambique’s main source of funding has originated from partnerships, where ADPP Mozambique entered agreements with the Mozambican and other governments, foundations, private companies, organizations, and multilateral and global funding mechanisms.

Programs implemented by ADPP Mozambique are also financed with funds generated by the ADPP Mozambique fundraising project “ADPP Vestuário”, the sale of secondhand clothing.

SGS Verified

ADPP Mozambique has financial control and audit policies, guidelines, and internal controls in place across the organization. Our processes are aligned with international best practice and auditing benchmarks to ensure that funds received and generated are allocated to, and spent, on their intended project or program only.

Use of funds received from all partners as well as funds generated from secondhand clothes sales are audited on an annual basis by internationally reputed audit firms that follow international standards.

Transparency and Accountability

Accountability and transparency play a major role in international development, with stakeholders expecting visibility in the use of public funds.

ADPP is committed to ensure the greatest accountability between its partners and donor support recipients, and that its operations are open to public scrutiny.

Transparency and Accountability

In 2019, ADPP invested US $30.2 million in education, health and agriculture projects in Mozambique.

Our main source of funding has been partnerships, where ADPP entered agreements with the Mozambican and other governments, foundations, private companies, organisations and multilateral and global funding mechanisms.

Programs implemented by ADPP are also financed with funds generated by “ADPP Second Hand”. ADPP’s objective through the sale of second hand clothing is to maintain its economy stable, enabling it to invest in new developmental programs, or contribute with co-financing of programs.

ADPP has policies, guidelines and internal controls that live up to international best practice to ensure that funds received and generated are spent for their intended purpose only.

As a Mozambican Non-Governmental Organisation, ADPP’s accounting is in accordance with Mozambican laws and International Auditing Standards.

Use of funds received from all partners as well as funds generated from second hand clothes sales are audited by internationally reputed audit firms, following international auditing standards.