• ADPP Angola is celebrating 30 years of active involvement in development work with communities throughout the country

  • ADPP Angola operates 60 projects in 17 provinces in education, community health, agriculture and integrated community development

  • ADPP runs 15 teacher training schools with the Ministry of Education and has graduated 12,694 primary school teachers since 1998

  • ADPP has 1000 employees, 4000 volunteers and 1000 students in teaching practice in 92 municipalities, reaching 700,000 people annually

Articles and News from ADPP Angola's Work

ADPP Angola's COVID-19 Response

in General
All APP projects throughout Angola have been collaborating with local, municipal, provincial and state authorities in the fight against the spread of the coronavirus that causes Covid-19. Women in…

ADPP Angola - Annual Report 2019

in News From the Projects
We're delighted to launch our annual report for 2019. Click here to download or click on the image -> As we say in the report: our results would not be possible without the efforts of everyone…

Launching the Humana People to People Progress Report 2018

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The Federation Humana People to People (Humana People to People) is excited and proud to release its Humana People to People Progress Report 2018, demonstrating the value of its work. The report…

Even teachers have a lot to learn

in Blog
I have been participating in the activities organized by the TCE project for five months. I was very interested in the policy of implementing the Sport in Schools program as a form of promoting the…

The experience of a professional, the Municipal HIV/AIDS Supervisor

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I am working in the Municipal Health Department in Maquela do Zombo as the Municipal HIV/AIDS Supervisor and I am also responsible for the HIV testing centre. Maquela is an area with favourable…

A Traditional Leaders’ View

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My name is Sebastião Andrade. I am the traditional leader for the village of Kimbaxi Santa Maria. I am 61 years old and I am also a member of the Women Farmers’ Club project. First of all, I would…

Rising to the Challenge

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My name is Graça Marília Rufino and I am a Community Health Agent, or ADECOS as we are now known, for Kangongo, which is my own community here in the municipality of Gambos. I have learned a lot…

Civil Society Organization Sustainability Index (CSOSI)

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ADPP is pleased to share the Civil Society Organization Sustainability Index (CSOSI) report of 2017 for Angola. The report describes advances and setbacks in the country’s civil society sector in…

Travelling to learn, learning to travel

in Education
Experiences from the "travelling to learn, learning to travel" period at the teacher training schools

SADC Malaria Week

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We’ve given the malaria section of our website an update in celebration of SADC Malaria Week. Check the whole micro site here.You can read more about our current projects, for example the…

Personal experience: Control of Malaria in Kalandula

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My name is Candido Jõao Ngunza and I am a Passionate (volunteer) in the project. I’m very enthusiastic about the arrival of the project in Kalandula and in my community of Kiluanje. In a short time I…

Personal experience: Living with HIV

in Health
My name is Candido Jõao Ngunza and I am a Passionate (volunteer) in the project. I’m very enthusiastic about the arrival of the project in Kalandula and in my community of Kiluanje. In a short time I…

VOICES FROM THE FIELD

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ADPP ANGOLA ANNUAL REPORT2017 ENG

ADPP Angola - Annual Report 2017

in News From the Projects
It is with great pleasure that we present our Annual Report 2017 in English. Click here to download or click on the image. As we say in the report: our results come from the combined efforts of all…

MALARIA WEEK AT ADPP´S PROJECTS IN ANGOLA

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READY TO BEAT MALARIA According to the Multiple Health Indicators Survey (IIMS) 2015-2016, malaria prevalence is 14% in Angola, reaching 22% in rural areas and 8% in urban areas. Since the beginning…

MALARIA WEEK 2018 AT ADPP'S PROJECTS IN ANGOLA

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READY TO BEAT MALARIA According to the Multiple Health Indicators Survey (IIMS) 2015-2016, malaria prevalence is 14% in Angola, reaching 22% in rural areas and 8% in urban areas. Since the beginning…
Delfina Alberto, Director of the ADPP Teacher Training College in Cunene

Teacher training: Learning to travel and travelling to learn

in News From the Projects
The first year of training at the ADPP Teacher Training Schools is called The International year of the Teacher, and includes a 3 to 4-month study trip in Angola. Students travel by bus, camping…
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Celebrar o Mês da Mulher conosco

in News From the Projects
Março é o mês da mulher. Celebramos nos nossos projectos em 18 províncias e em nossas mídias sociais. Ao longo do mês, conheça todo tipo de mulheres: diretoras de escolas, líderes de projetos,…
Harvesting and selling organic vegetables in Kwanza Sul

Trainee teachers in Luanda share their experiences

in News From the Projects
A taste for mathematics Mathematics is the basis for our day-to-day life, because we find it all around us. As a trainee teacher, I ensured that my pupils learned mathematics and that they developed…

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