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Over two million children in South Africa go to bed hungry.

Fill a Bowl

Be 1 in a million

Stunting is most prevalent
in children under 3

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JAM SA supports 1 000+ pre-schools

12 million South Africans
remain food insecure

JAM SA has supported 900+ farmers since 2012

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Access to a tap

doesn't necessarily mean access to water

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Only 20% of SA's poorest children

have access to Early Childhood Development (ECD) centres

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Feeding a child works miracles

Donor Appreciation Event 2015

JAM SA hosted its annual donor appreciation event earlier this year at Blue Label Telecoms Sandton. A big thank you to all our donors, whom we prefer to call partners, for their incredible support over the years. Without them, our endeavour to Help Africa Help Itself would not be possible. A special thank you to Richmark Holdings who provided the venue and catering on the night.
70th Birthday

Peter Pretorius “Servant of God”

Peter Pretorius “Servant of God”, turned 70 on 22 February 2015. In honour of this milestone birthday, we share with you a special tribute video showcasing his amazing God inspired journey and infectious, youthful zeal for life. Watch as Peter's friends and family share who the man Peter is to them and hear how he embarked on an incredible life-changing mission at the age of 34.
Be 1 in a million in 2015
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Be 1 in a million in 2015

More than 2.5 million children in South Africa go to bed hungry every day. You can help change this tragic fact by supporting JAM South Africa’s (JAM SA) ‘Be 1 in a Million Campaign’ and help us feed 1 million children every day in 2015.

Project Areas

Joint Aid Management South Africa (JAM SA) has been serving disadvantaged communities in South Africa since 2005. At the end of 2014, JAM SA was supporting over 1 200 Early Childhood Development (ECD) centres, reaching more than 62 800 children every day. JAM SA now operates in five provinces in South Africa; Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal, Eastern Cape, Limpopo and the Western Cape.

3 ProgrammesHelping Africa Help Itself

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Nutritional
Feeding

Agricultural
Development

Water and
Sanitation

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