ADPP's projects reach more than 6 million people
Bilingual education was introduced in Mozambique in 2003 as a strategy to boost the teaching and learning process in children, as well as to reinforce reading and writing in the early grades, since children learn best in the language they master the most.
The Teachers Training College of the Future in Maputo (EPF Maputo) has a new director, Adelfa da Iva Manhenge Banze Munialavo, who takes over from Sarmento Simões Preço, who is leaving office after having directed the institution for 18 years.
ADPP Mozambique, one of the oldest Mozambican Non-Governmental Organizations in the country, celebrates this year its 40th anniversary of work dedicated to community development, with interventions in the areas of Quality Education, Health and Welfare and Agriculture and Environment.
After having implemented the same project in Nacala, Nampula province, ADPP Mozambique has recently launched in Maputo, the project "Girls Inspire" whose objective is to improve the skills and livelihoods of 800 girls and young women, of which 500 girls attend school and 300 young women are outside of the National Education System.