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JAM enables ECD centres to feed more kids in need

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Centre launched to tackle ECD

Current global trends indicate that by 2015 one in four children under the age five will suffer from stunted growth, a clear sign of malnutrition which affects children’s physical and cognitive development and capacity to learn. JAM SA’s Nutritional Feeding programme seeks to provide a highly nutritious porridge to thousands of pre-school children each day,

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Red bowl campaign feeds the hungry

Every day, more than a million children across Africa wake up to a nutritious breakfast. This would not be possible if it were not for the international humanitarian group, Joint Aid Management (JAM) and its Red Bowl campaign. Written by Joni Tollner and published by Roodepoort Northsider community newspaper on 10 January 2014

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Ayanda’s story

Ayanda Sfundo Dlamini lives with his mum, Prudence Dlamini in the Madoni squatter community on the outskirts of Osindisweni near Verulam in KwaZulu-Natal. The Dlaminis’ small shack is constructed out of mud and pieces of used timber and built on uneven ground. This one-roomed home is used for everything – cooking, eating and sleeping. The

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KFC gives up the Colonel for hungry children

To mark World Hunger Relief Month in October, KFC South Africa has given up its Colonel logo and replaced it with the smiling faces of children. These faces represent the children that benefit from KFC’s corporate social responsibility initiative, Add Hope.  The extraordinary move is part of KFC’s Add Hope Campaign for October and reinforces

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An incredibowl evening!

Team Red Bowl South Africa hosted a very successful Bowling for Bowls event in Johannesburg in May, with over 100 people having a ball as they bowled for Red Bowls! 122 bowlers took to Let’s Go Bowling at Northcliff Corner Shopping Centre in Johannesburg to raise money for JAM South Africa’s nutritional feeding programme. As a

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