Quality Education

Education has always been at the heart of ADPP’s work. Our education programmes cover all cycles, from early childhood education to primary and secondary education, vocational and technical training, teacher education and higher education.

The programmes also include inclusive education, girls’ education, adult education, school feeding and other areas within ADPP’s educational institutions.


ADPP has been working in straight collaboration with the Ministry of Education and Human Development for over three decades and continues fighting for Quality Education.


As the world strives to achieve Sustainable Development Goal 4 – Inclusive and equitable quality education and lifelong learning – ADPP works in partnership with Government and other stakeholders who believe that education is one of the most important investments a country can make for the future of its people.

ADPP has always adopted a practical and theoretical approach to providing lifelong learning for children, young people and adults in its 19 educational institutions in all provinces of the country. These institutions comprise 11 teacher training colleges that train primary school teachers, 3 vocational schools, 1 Institute of higher education and 4 primary and secondary schools.

A ADPPThese institutions pride themselves on building and maintaining strong relationships with the communities in which they are located, and working hand-in-hand with local, provincial and central authorities for quality and inclusive education.

“...education is one of the most important investments a country can make in its people and its future.”



children and young people benefiting from educational programmes



Graduates in primary teaching (since 1993), of which 1,394 in 2018



Graduates in teaching and community development by ISET/ OW (since 1998)