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Help us build our future

Aidez nous à construire notre avenir

Ajude-nos a construir o nosso futuro

About us

The Aldeia das Artes project aims to provide the children and young people from Mussulo Island with the necessary knowledge and skills to undertake a profession and to participate in the economic, social and human development of Mussulo community.

What we do

The Aldeia das Artes Foundation aims to provide over 1500 children and young people on the island of Mussulo with access to education and training, as well as recreational and educational activities to occupy their free time.

With ages ranging from 5 to 18, the children of Mussulo will be able to attend Vocational Training courses and Workshops, in which they will take part in activities to prepare them to perform a trade and find employment in the future.

Vocational Training

  • Food

  • Technicians

  • Office work

  • Fashion

  • Information technology

  • Patisserie

    Students learn to make desserts and sweets typical to the region, to understand and use kitchen equipment and utensils.

    Students learn to make desserts and sweets typical to the region, to understand and use kitchen equipment and utensils.

  • Cookery

    Students learn to prepare and make appetisers, meat, fish and seafood dishes, desserts, how to cut and clean meat and vegetables.

    Students learn to prepare and make appetisers, meat, fish and seafood dishes, desserts, how to cut and clean meat and vegetables.

  • Bakery

    Students learn to make bread, cakes and other bakery products, cake decoration and how to use production equipment.

    Students learn to make bread, cakes and other bakery products, cake decoration and how to use production equipment.

  • Carpentry

    Introduction to carpentry, products for the treatment and conservation of wood. Sharpening of blades, sanding and planing. Construction and restoration of different materials.

    Introduction to carpentry, products for the treatment and conservation of wood. Sharpening of blades, sanding and planing. Construction and restoration of different materials.

  • Mechanics

    Students learn to diagnose and repair motor vehicles autonomously.

    Students learn to diagnose and repair motor vehicles autonomously.

  • Electricity

    Students are given introductory knowledge of electricity, electrical measurements, technical drawing, machines, electrical commands and installations, and workshop practices.

    Students are given introductory knowledge of electricity, electrical measurements, technical drawing, machines, electrical commands and installations, and workshop practices.

  • Low-voltage electricity

    Students learn to install, maintain and repair low-voltage electricity systems, in accordance with technical, environmental and safety specifications and standards.

    Students learn to install, maintain and repair low-voltage electricity systems, in accordance with technical, environmental and safety specifications and standards.

  • Refrigeration

    Provides students with skills in technology and processes, industrial organisation, technical design and workshop practices.

    Provides students with skills in technology and processes, industrial organisation, technical design and workshop practices.

  • Plumbing

    Students learn to install water and sewerage plumbing systems, understanding projects and technical drawing.

    Students learn to install water and sewerage plumbing systems, understanding projects and technical drawing.

  • Masonry

    Students learn skills related to laying masonry, plastering and tiling and environmental best practice.

    Students learn skills related to laying masonry, plastering and tiling and environmental best practice.

  • Metalwork

    Students learn to cut out parts mechanically and thermally, boring and paring parts, and connecting elements using threading and riveting.

    Students learn to cut out parts mechanically and thermally, boring and paring parts, and connecting elements using threading and riveting.

  • Secretarial work

    Students are trained in language and communication, information and communication technology, citizenship and employability and their practice in a work context.

    Students are trained in language and communication, information and communication technology, citizenship and employability and their practice in a work context.

  • Accounting and Management

    Students learn technical skills in the area of accounting and management, control of internal management processes, tabulation, stock and human resource management.

    Students learn technical skills in the area of accounting and management, control of internal management processes, tabulation, stock and human resource management.

  • Dressmaking

    Students learn the nomenclature for sewing machines, basic design, design of skirts, blouses, shirts, trousers and dresses, and are introduced to technical drawing.

    Students learn the nomenclature for sewing machines, basic design, design of skirts, blouses, shirts, trousers and dresses, and are introduced to technical drawing.

  • Decoration

    Students can learn to make fan palm baskets, palm straw brooms, gifts made of candles and eggshells, cutting and making tablecloths and skirting.

    Students can learn to make fan palm baskets, palm straw brooms, gifts made of candles and eggshells, cutting and making tablecloths and skirting.

  • IT technicians

    Students have the opportunity to learn how to use the Windows XP operating system, Word2007, Excel2007 and PowerPoint2007.

    Students have the opportunity to learn how to use the Windows XP operating system, Word2007, Excel2007 and PowerPoint2007.

Workshops

  • ARTS

  • Technology

  • Subsistence

  • Languages

  • SPORT

  • Painting

    Students learn various painting techniques, become familiar with basic painting materials and develop their observation skills and capacity for representation.

    Students learn various painting techniques, become familiar with basic painting materials and develop their observation skills and capacity for representation.

  • Sculpture

    An approach covering the basic tools of sculpture and development of the basic skills necessary to model and sculpt.

    An approach covering the basic tools of sculpture and development of the basic skills necessary to model and sculpt.

  • Craftwork

    Students learn to make decorative candles and homemade soaps. They are given the opportunity to do crochet and cross-stitch, origami and wooden crafts.

    Students learn to make decorative candles and homemade soaps. They are given the opportunity to do crochet and cross-stitch, origami and wooden crafts.

  • Music

    Students learn to play various musical instruments and share their musical tastes and experiences. Singing and musical creation are skills also explored in this workshop.

    Students learn to play various musical instruments and share their musical tastes and experiences. Singing and musical creation are skills also explored in this workshop.

  • Photography

    Introduction to the world of photography through photographic history, language and equipment handling.

    Introduction to the world of photography through photographic history, language and equipment handling.

  • IT

    Students learn to use Windows programs, the Desktop, navigate and search on the internet and saving documents.

    Students learn to use Windows programs, the Desktop, navigate and search on the internet and saving documents.

  • Recycling

    Students learn to reuse plastic, cardboard, glass and aluminium packaging in day-to-day applications and understanding different types of recycling and their benefits.

    Students learn to reuse plastic, cardboard, glass and aluminium packaging in day-to-day applications and understanding different types of recycling and their benefits.

  • Water treatment

    Teaching of water treatment processes and the understanding of a rational and sustainable use of a non-renewable natural resource.

    Teaching of water treatment processes and the understanding of a rational and sustainable use of a non-renewable natural resource.

  • Construction techniques

    Students are provided with the required knowledge and techniques to undertake a project, from the planning stage to quality control of the work.

    Students are provided with the required knowledge and techniques to undertake a project, from the planning stage to quality control of the work.

  • Subsistence agriculture

    Teaching traditional farming methods and techniques which enable food production and ensure satisfaction of basic needs.

    Teaching traditional farming methods and techniques which enable food production and ensure satisfaction of basic needs.

  • Subsistence fishing

    Providing the skills necessary for coastal fishing with a hook and line, traps, seines and trawls with or without a vessel.

    Providing the skills necessary for coastal fishing with a hook and line, traps, seines and trawls with or without a vessel.

  • English

    Learning basic grammar and vocabulary to construct phrases for use in everyday situations and knowledge of the most common English expressions.

    Learning basic grammar and vocabulary to construct phrases for use in everyday situations and knowledge of the most common English expressions.

  • Portuguese

    Perfecting techniques to write Portuguese texts, diversifying vocabulary and the correct application of nouns and pronouns, phonetics and syllable division.

    Perfecting techniques to write Portuguese texts, diversifying vocabulary and the correct application of nouns and pronouns, phonetics and syllable division.

  • Football

    Learning the rules of football and improving technique. Stimulation of physical and motor development, encouragement of co-operation and respect for team-mates and adversaries.

    Learning the rules of football and improving technique. Stimulation of physical and motor development, encouragement of co-operation and respect for team-mates and adversaries.

  • Swimming

    Learning aquatic techniques such as breathing, floating and coordination of movements to ensure survival in water and improve cardiovascular resistance.

    Learning aquatic techniques such as breathing, floating and coordination of movements to ensure survival in water and improve cardiovascular resistance.

How to participate

In order for Aldeia das Artes to meet its targets, society at large has to participate more actively. Fundraising and donations are of vital importance to this project.

Your contribution counts!

Support

  • The Atrium Nova Vida shopping centre can be found in a select area in one of the largest urban developments in Luanda and benefits from rapid access routes and its own parking areas. Over 9,200 m2 of good taste, lifestyle, indoor and outdoor cafés, green areas and a multi-purpose square.

     

  • The Colégio Angolano de Talatona (CAT) provides an excellent education to prepare the leaders of the future, fully developing students’ skills through programmes and tools which foster autonomy, decision-making and the ability to interact.

  • The Colégio S. Francisco de Assis sees education as a process which fosters the development of skills and abilities, optimising each student’s potential in the cognitive, emotional, social, physical and artistic spheres.

  • The Colgio Portugus is a private educational institute which aims to teach and promote the Portuguese language and culture. It develops learning mechanisms that provide its students with the opportunity to affirm themselves as active citizens in an increasingly free and democratic society.

  • Deskontão is a new shopping concept developed to tie in with the habits and aspirations of Angolan consumers. It provides the best solutions for its customer™s shopping needs and always at the lowest prices in the market.

  • Energym Health Club is a sports club which provides health, wellbeing and quality of life. Among the activities organised by Energym are JUMP, combat, TRX, pilates, cross fit, spinning, step, zumba and martial arts.

     

  • The OS PITRUQUINHAS Children’s Centres are private establishments which promote educational processes on a scale and of a quality that is unparalleled in Angola. The pedagogical process includes monthly Activity Plans created by teams of professionals to provide the best conditions for successful learning.

  • The key goal of PLURAL EDITORES is to publish educational and technical materials of exceptional quality to contribute decisively to the better education of Angola’s younger generations.

  • Shoprite made a low-price promise. This promise is the basis of its business and has helped it to grow into the largest food retailer in Africa.

  • UNITEL is the largest mobile phone operator in Angola. It is a modern Angolan company with young staff that has revolutionised the telecommunications sector through the quality and innovation of the services it has introduced into the market, such as roaming and 4G LTE wireless Internet access.

  • ZAP started operations in the Angolan market in April 2010 and is currently the largest satellite TV operator in the country, always maintaining the commitment to provide its customers with the best TV service in the market.

  • The Planet Earth Institute (PEI) is an international NGO which works towards Africa’s scientific Independence. PEI aims to support and help three areas in Africa: higher education, technological innovation and politics and advocacy.

  • CONSAÚDE, LDA is a private Angolan company which provides healthcare management and consulting services. It works in partnership with public and private organisations, through advocacy to promote healthcare policy in Angola.

  • Talatona Convention Hotel is a 5-star hotel, located south of Luanda. Talatona Convention Hotel and its luxury villas form part of the Talatona Convention Centre and International Trade Centre.

  • Step Models in a leading fashion agency in the Angolan market. It acts as agent and career manager for models, event and concert production and recruitment of hostesses and promoters for marketing campaigns.

  • Mimbu is a company which was created to provide students with personalised musical and artistic education, where culture and training are the main focus of its work.

  • BC DESIGNERS, LDA is an Angolan company which provides graphic design, advertising and IT services. Responsibility, creativity, sustainability and respect are the defining values of BC DESIGNERS, LDA.

  • PRINTEL – Informática e Serviços, Lda, has been developing IT and telecoms solutions for small, medium and large organisations in the Angolan market since 1998.

  • ACTICON is an engineering and construction company which implements solutions and construction methods to turn its clients’ dreams and projects into reality, respecting high standards and established deadlines.

  • TCG – Transportes de Carga a Granel Limitada, is an Angolan company which deals in the high-end car market and transport of fuel and other cargo.

  • O semanrio econmico Expanso pertence ao grupo Score Media e tem como misso informar, com elevada qualidade, o seu pblico-alvo – executivos, governantes, acadmicos, estudantes e outros – e contribuir, desta forma, para o desenvolvimento socioeconmico do Pas.

  • Maria Jos Berenguel Cabeleireiros, Esttica, Cabeleireiro & Spa is a network of hair salons in Angola, Luanda, which has been enhancing the beauty of Angolan men and women since 1997.

Contact

CONSAÚDE, LDA is the company responsible for the management and implementation of the Aldeia das Artes project. Aldeia das Artes is headquartered at CONSAÚDE.