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Support an Epic Challenge for JAM SA!

Wednesday, 19 February 2014 by

If there’s anything that’s going to get you through 14 850m of climbing and 718km of rugged mountain biking over eight days, it’s riding for the children of South Africa.  That’s exactly what Team Avianto – Trevor D’Oliveira and Peter Ransome – are doing by riding for Joint Aid Management South Africa (JAM SA) in

What was once a collection of faded and ramshackle corrugated iron buildings is now a safe, sturdy and colourful learning environment for the children who attend Khulani Day Care & Pre-School in Drieziek, Orange Farm. This is all thanks to the time and funds that a dedicated group all the way from Germany invested into

2014 will be a brighter year for 2 500 pre-school children in East London thanks to the new partnership between Rotary of Gately and Joint Aid Management South Africa (JAM SA), with financial support from KFC Add Hope. The programme, which came into effect this January, secures a daily morning meal of highly nutritious porridge

An empty tummy is no longer going to stop 2 000 pre-schoolers in Limpopo from playing and learning. This is thanks to the nutritional feeding programme launched in rural villages by Flying for Life and Joint Aid Management South Africa (JAM SA). In South Africa, malnutrition is associated with more than 60% of child deaths

The learners of Pheasant Folly Primary School will have an illuminating start to the school year, thanks to the donation and installation of 30 solar-powered lights by Deltec Power through NGO, Joint Aid Management South Africa (JAM SA). For many children, the first day back at school is an exciting one. It’s a day to

South Sudan Crisis Appeal

Monday, 13 January 2014 by

With an estimated 4,000 people dead and more than 200,000 displaced in just three weeks, over 100 000 of these being children – and with warnings that these numbers could increase dramatically – South Sudan is currently in a state of emergency that is effecting tens of thousands of children every day. Well over 100,000

Team Red Bowl and JAM SA’s 94.7 cycling team, the Red Riders, collectively raised enough money to secure the feeding of nearly 130 children for an entire year. 2013 was the first year that JAM SA entered a team to participate in the Momentum 94.7 Cycle Challenge, which takes place through the streets of Johannesburg

Rest in Peace Tata Madiba

Friday, 06 December 2013 by

JAM celebrates the life and mourns the passing of an iconic leader like none other, a human being from whom we inherited countless examples of humanity, humility, perseverance, resilience and greatness. The legacy he has left us with, and his great love for people – especially children – will continue to be a passionate driving

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New life for Leshoko Day Care Centre

Wednesday, 04 December 2013 by

Standing bold and bright amidst the brown and broken of Thembelihle informal settlement near Lenasia in Gauteng is Leshoko Day Care Centre. Judging by the fun they’re having, these children look like they’re on holiday camp and young principal, Deliwe Segodi is all smiles too. For this child care centre, Christmas has come early thanks

On one side of the street, you will see the old Nkululeko Pre and Nursery School. It looks like the centre must have been inside someone’s house and that there was very little space for the children to play outside. But across the road, is a whole different story. The new Nkululeko Pre and Nursery

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