Aridland Development Programme (ADP)

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Aridland Development Programme (ADP)

Improving household income and welfare, food security, health, good governance and quality of education

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Aridland Development Programme (ADP)

Improving household income and welfare, food security, health, good governance and quality of education

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Aridland Development Programme (ADP)

Improving household income and welfare, food security, health, good governance and quality of education

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Aridland Development Programme (ADP)

Improving household income and welfare, food security, health, good governance and quality of education

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Aridland Development Programme (ADP)

Improving household income and welfare, food security, health, good governance and quality of education

Welcome!

ADP is a Christian organization which started in 2004 with the aim of serving the poor and marginalized persons in the Karamoja sub region (Abim, Kotido, Kaabong, Napak, Amudat, Nakapiripirit and Moroto).

The organization is fully registered with the National NGO Board in 2008, granting it legal authority to provide services under the laws of Uganda. In the struggle to make a difference in the life of youth and other community members, ADP is engaged in several interventions targeting improvement in the livelihood of the beneficiaries through multiple vocational and enterprise skills training and other livelihood sectors.


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Our Projects

  1. Humanitarian & Emergency Response

  2. Education

  3. Food Security and Community Resilience

  4. Advocacy

  5. Health

 

Our Mission

To improve household income and welfare, food security, health, good governance and quality of education to reduce suffering of men, women, youth and children.

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News Highlights

Tailoring Training

ADP with support from Woord en Daard is taking the initiative to train 10 students on Tailoring as one of the Informal Vocational Skills Tra... Read more

Hunger to worsen as maize, rice production drops

A new study released recently has warned that production of four major crops — maize, wheat, rice and soybeans — is set to drop ... Read more

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