Red Riders is a great opportunity to do something fun for a great cause. Every year a group of cyclists come together and cycle to a destination, with every penny being raised towards our feeding programmes and agricultural projects in Africa. This year why don’t you get involved and sign up to support JAM! We
When: 8 April Where: Paris, France Distance: 26.2 miles Have you set out your challenges for 2018 yet? If not, this is a great opportunity to set yourself new goals and finally challenge yourself to do the impossible. This year you can take part in the 2018 Paris marathon on behalf of Joint Aid Management.
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JAM has been pioneering school makeovers across South Africa, creating opportunities for Early Development Centres to receive a complete transformation of their premises. Through improving the conditions of their environment this project also orchestrated joy into the lives of the communities. This joy overflows from the children, to the parents and directly into the hearts
We are excited to launch our fundraising initiatives across selected London Farmers Markets and we look forward to spreading the word about what JAM is doing across Africa. With your help we can make a real difference by connecting potential partners in London with those so desperately in need in Africa.
Bucket Collections are a great opportunity to get involved with JAM and help fight hunger in the areas we work in. By reaching out to commuters we can ensure that nutritional feeding continues in rural parts of Africa. You can also be a part of creating agricultural development in Africa building sustainability, which essentially
A faithful partner organisation has raised funds to fulfill the material requirements of a school makeover project in Soweto, South Africa. JAM UK has entered into this great collaborative initiative by committing to fund the feeding of the children at the school for a year as well as take on the physical activity needed to
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The reality and horror of famine is hard to grasp. Victims waste away and look like stick figures. They become too weak to walk and babies grow too weak to cry and even to move. Eventually they become too far gone to benefit from help, if it comes too late. Since late February, parts of
Sabitha’s Lebelek is a widow and mother to five children. The decades of war in South Sudan, and the brutal violence of 2013 and 2016, after the nation achieved its independence, have created thousands of widows and orphans. Her story is typical of so many who have lost their husbands. Her husband was a soldier,
In 2003, the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution identifying 7 April as the start of the genocide, and named it the International day of reflection on the genocide. It serves to commemorate the beginning of the tragedy that claimed the lives of 20% of the country’s population. Decades of tensions had simmered between the