Vocational Schools

ADPP maintain its three vocational schools in the northern, central and southern provinces of the country, namely Nacala Polytechnic Institute (Nampula), Nhamatanda Polytechnic College (Sofala) and Maputo Polytechnic College (Maputo Province).

 

In these schools, students obtain qualified professional training in the areas of agriculture and livestock, civil construction, business and administration, and community instruction.

 

These schools are continually evolving and adapting to market needs and reforms introduced by the Ministry of Science and Technology, Higher Education and Vocational Training to prepare and technically empower young people for future jobs, where they are integrated into the labour market as employees or through self-employment, thereby increasing their income and improving their and their families’ living conditions.

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