The key for HIV behavior change and to be in control of HIV is to know your HIV status. People living with HIV/AIDS and who do not know their status are at high risk to infect others, and or being re-infected as well as reducing one’s chances of a longer and healthier life.
Climate change is today an undisputable fact. Its effects will have a major impact on the lives of people around the world, and in particular of the rural poor, making them even more vulnerable to frequent droughts, floods, and other natural disasters.
ADPP Guinea Bissau is honored by the Islamic Development Bank
ADPP focuses its work in five primary areas: teacher training, vocational education, agriculture, community development, and HIV/AIDS prevention.
ADPP Mozambique’s “Instituto Superior de Educação e Tecnologia - One World University (ISET/OWU)” recently hosted a graduation ceremony for 17 Pedagogy students (10 men and 7 women) at its campus located in Changalane, Namaacha district, Maputo Province. The graduation ceremony was attended by over 200 guests.
DAPP Mkushi College of Education is the first teacher training college established by Development Aid from People to People (DAPP) in Zambia. The college is training teachers for rural primary schools where there is a growing demand for qualified teachers.