Cyclists, ride for JAM in the 94.7!

Join Team Red Bowl’s Red Riders and ride for the JAM SA purpose in this year’s Momentum 94.7 Cycle Challenge! Team Red Bowl, the fundraising leg of Joint Aid Management South Africa (JAM SA) has been registered as an official charity for this year and if you agree, you’ll join the Red Riders on this

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Greening the future in Orange Farm

The idea behind Arbor Week – now Arbor Month in SA – is to encourage us to plant trees and grow our understanding of the green world around us. In Orange Farm, transforming a barren place of land to a community garden has resulted in reduced crime and a self-sustainable community.  The location of the

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Community capacity building for agricultural projects

True to our call to empower Africa, JAM South Sudan is implementing various agricultural projects including, vegetable production, construction and/or rehabilitation of feeder roads and water canals, as well as the construction or rehabilitation of water points for livestock. In order to prepare the communities of Lake State, namely Rumbek North, Yirol East, and Awerial,

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Education for life

JAM takes health and nutrition seriously, and education on matters pertaining to this is high on the agenda. Since the beginning of 2013, 21 Health and Nutrition Clubs have been active in Angola, carrying out various activities from distributing nutrition pamphlets to establishing school gardens and giving lectures to community members about school gardens. Out

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Early Childhood Development School and community thrive with JAM’s support

One of the Early Childhood Development School JAM feeds through the Nutritional Feeding programme, EPC Chitsotso School, is looking towards a sustainable future. Passionate about sustainability, the Headmaster Ms Albertina Matsinhe and her team are hopeful that one day the school will be able to produce its own food, which will benefit their community. By

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Water for security and hope

By providing water to one of the communities of Caimbambo, a municipality within Benguela District in Angola, JAM remains committed to help curb preventable fatalities caused by water-borne diseases in Africa. A remarkable 50 water wells were drilled in Caimbambo during the first quarter of 2013. Before the well was drilled, obtaining water was a

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Food security in SA declining

More than half of South Africans do not have regular access to enough food, according to a study released by the Human Sciences Research Council (HSRC) in August. JAM SA believes that every South African can have access to enough food if they are equipped with the knowledge and tools to establish food gardens in

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