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Non-governmental Organization based in Mozambique

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03 Feb 2014 description
report ADPP Mozambique

ADPP Mozambique has recently taken a new step in its efforts in fighting against and mitigating the effects of climate change. The Launching Ceremony of the Climate Change Resource Center Project, elaborated in the context of EDULINK and funded by the European Union (EU), took place at the end of January 2014 at the ADPP One World University (OWU/ISET) in Changalane.

29 Jan 2014 description
report ADPP Mozambique

Almirante has a reason to be happy of beginning the school year: he’ll be given a daily meal as part of the ‘Food For Knowledge’ program, currently implemented by ADPP Mozambique and Planet Aid Inc., in the province of Maputo. The objective of the program is to offer daily meals for 60.000 school children during a three year period (2013-2015) and to raise awareness on the importance of healthy eating habits.

24 Apr 2011 description
report ADPP Mozambique

Development Aid from People to People has sourced 95 metric tonnes of dried and fortified vegetable soups. The soup is donated by USAID International Food Relief Program to DAPP through its sister organization Planet Aid Inc. USA. The program will benefit over 8,500 vulnerable people suffering from HIV/AIDS, the elderly, orphans and women enrolled in programs of preventing transmission of HIV virus from mother to child (PMTCT).

03 May 2010 description
report ADPP Mozambique

I am grateful for the services we get from Farmers' Clubs. Its is a decent idea to be part of Farmers' Clubs because farmers in these clubs share their ideas and they like production.

My name is Loyce Tena Muyambi. I am married and have 3 children.

My life in Farmers' Clubs

In 2006, my husband came home and informed me at Jiti School about a meeting introducing the Farmers' Clubs Project. He explained the idea and we volunteered to join as a family and we have appreciated ever since being a Farmers' Clubs member.

05 Sep 2009 description
report ADPP Mozambique

The programmes deal with some of the major social and economical issues in Zambia such as orphans, HIV/AIDS, Community Development, Agriculture, Environment, Social Development and Education

The idea of DAPP in Zambia is to create development through the implementation of projects, to give people knowledge, skills and tools that will empower the individuals and their families to improve their lives and face the challenge of life.Here you can read more about DAPP Zambia

The Projects

DAPP in Zambia is running development projects, which are very comprehensive and cost effective.