Commitment to Action

ADAMA Junior - Angola

Commitment by

Eytan M. Stibbe

In 2009, Eytan Stibbe and partners of the Vital Capital Fund committed to launch ADAMA Junior, an innovative educational program that creates agricultural villages, communities of about 200 students and their teachers, to educate and train Angolan girls and boys between the ages of 14-20. The program provides formal education as well as practical experience in agriculture, technology and industry. Each village will accommodate the students and serve as their home until they find their place in the country's work force. Each village houses 200 orphans and homeless youth with approximately 40 students in each age group. There are also adult courses aimed at youth in their early 20s.
The first of these planned villages has been completed in Cabiri, Angola. On June 7, 2010, the village officially enrolled its first group of children for a 3-year educational program.

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Commitment

ADAMA Junior - Angola

Launched

2009

Est. Duration

2 Years

Estimated Total Value

$24,800,000

Region

Africa

Countries

ANGOLA, Democratic Republic of the Congo, GABON, MOZAMBIQUE

Commitment by

Eytan M. Stibbe

Partner(s) of the Commitment Maker(s)

Republic of Angola, Luminar Finance, Mitrelli Group