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