Transform Nutrition reaches over 73 thousand girls and adolescents through Girls' Clubs
More than 73,000 girls have been reached in the last two years by the Transform Nutrition project in 12 districts in Nampula province through Girls' Clubs that Inspire activities. The five year project is funded by USAID and implemented by ADPP in collaboration with the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), the University of Lúrio (UniLúrio), the h2n Association and Viamo.
The Together in Cabo Delgado Recovery (RCD) project, implemented in the districts of Pemba and Metuge, by ADPP in partnership with Associação h2n, with funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is supporting the socio-economic recovery of a target group of 3200 producers, between conflict displaced and host communities, organized in 64 clubs with 50 members each.
The signing ceremony between ADPP Mozambique, represented by Birgit Holm, Executive Director, and Millennium bim, represented by Albino Andrade, Executive Director, took place on February 1 in the premises of Millennium bim in Maputo.
The ISET-OWU Higher Institute of Education and Technology held, on March 25, the XVI graduation ceremony, in which degree certificates were awarded to 80 finalist students, of which 32 graduated in Pedagogy and 48 in Education for Community Development.
A high level visit by USAID to projects funded by that donor agency to the projects now implemented in Nampula province, specifically in the districts of Mossuril and Monapo, took place on November 17, 2021.