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ADPP Mozambique's 2020 Report capture exciting impact

2021-06-04

We are excited to share with you the insightful and informative ADPP Mozambique 2020 Annual Report.

The newly launched report was presented online as part of adhering to social distance and prevention of COVID-19. Against all odds, ADPP Mozambique supported the people of Mozambique in promoting health, providing quality education, emergency humanitarian relief, supporting sustainable agriculture, and second-hand clothes sales.

In 2020, ADPP Mozambique’s programs achieved resounding success despite a restrictive environment and economic hardships. It targeted the most disadvantaged social groups, especially women, adolescent girls and children, and other vulnerable people.

Established in 1982, one of our founding members has grown steadily ever since, expanding its expertise and project delivery across the country and impacting the lives of millions. In 2020, ADPP Mozambique's 3,000 employees implemented over 60 projects across Mozambique, impacting over 6,000,000 people.

ADPP Mozambique’s development approach is people-centered.

“We believe that it is possible to create opportunities and deliver positive long-term impact while addressing Mozambique ́s most significant challenges and working closely with communities to achieve our goals,’ says Birgit Holm the Country Director of ADPP Mozambique.

Read more about the report here.

 

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