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JAM to Receive Prestigious Award

Stunting is most prevalent
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JAM SA supports 1 000+ pre-schools

12 million South Africans
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JAM SA has been serving disadvantaged communities in South Africa since 2005.

We are currently feeding over 90, 000 pre-school children in more than 1, 700 centres in all 9 provinces across the country.

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Press Release : JAM to Receive Prestigious Award
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Press Release : JAM to Receive Prestigious Award

Johannesburg - One of South Africa’s longest running humanitarian organisations will on Saturday 10th February receive the prestigious South African Department of International Relations Ubuntu Award in recognition of its work on the continent of Africa.
Announcement : uBuntu Awards Ceremony
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Announcement : uBuntu Awards Ceremony

We announced earlier this week that Joint Aid Management International (JAM) had been selected to receive one of the country’s most prestigious awards on Saturday 10 February, in Cape Town.
Paballo Molakeng’s (7) solid foundation helps him perform well in Grade 1
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Paballo Molakeng’s (7) solid foundation helps him perform well in Grade 1

Paballo lives in Lakeside Extension Five with his parents and siblings. From the age of three he attended creche at JAM supported Tiyani Day Care & Pre School where he received a nutritious bowl of the JAM porridge and much needed stimulation for his early childhood development.

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Helping JAM South Africa to change the world of one child today has never been easier. Simply SMS "JAM" to 42181 at a cost of R30 and you will provide a life-changing nutritious meal to a child for one month.
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JAM SA is currently feeding over 90, 000 pre-school children in more than 2000 centres in 9 provinces across the country (Gauteng, Limpopo, KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern Cape, Western Cape, Free State, North West, Northern Cape, Free State and Mpumalanga).

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