ADPP Mozambique celebrates 35 years
ADPP proudly celebrates its 35th anniversary in Mozambique on the 8th of November 2017. The ceremony will be attended by the Minister of Education and Human Development, Dr. Conceita Sortana, the Governor of the Maputo Province, Dr. Raimundo Diomba, government representatives; Diplomats and partners.
The event will reflect on ADPP’s milestones and presence in Mozambique since 1982: responsively addressing Mozambique's changing needs over the past 35 years in Quality Education, Health and Well-being and Environment and Sustainable Agriculture.
The invited guests will have the opportunity to visit an exhibition of the projects implemented by ADPP over the years.
Created in 1982, ADPP is a Mozambican nongovernmental organization whose mission is to address the root causes of poverty through the promotion of social and economic development in Mozambique.
ADPP focuses on the most disadvantaged social groups, including young women, and strives for equal opportunities for all Mozambicans through their vital development work in the health, education, environment and sustainable agriculture.
Currently, ADPP Mozambique implements more than 60 projects in all provinces of the country, benefitting over two million Mozambicans annually and employs more than 3,000 workers.
Machava, November 2, 2017