About ADPP Angola
ADPP is an Angolan non-governmental organization. Started in 1986, it was officially registered with the Ministry of Justice in 1992, and with IPROCAC, the Institute for the Promotion and Coordination of Community Aid, in 2015.
ADPP works in four broad sectors: education, health, agriculture/environment and integrated development. ADPP operates approximately 50 projects in 17 provinces, mainly in rural and suburban communities, and has close working relations with the national and local government, international partners, business partners, and local leaders.
All of ADPPs activities are built on three pillars:
- A community-based perspective that empowers individuals, families and communities to make positive changes in their own lives.
- A recognition of the role of, and close working partnerships with, local, provincial and national Government to promote long-term sustainable development.
- An integrated, holistic approach to development that links activities in education, health and community development for maximum impact.
ADPP Angola a co-founder and member of the Federation Humana People to People, a membership network for organizations working with long-term, sustainable development.