Joint Aid Management (JAM)
Joint Aid Management (JAM) is a South African founded registered non-profit humanitarian organisation that has been expanding its expertise in relief and sustainable development in Africa since 1984.
Its programmes, which are based on a Complete Community Development Approach (CCDA), include Nutritional School Feeding and Interventions, Orphan and Vulnerable Childcare, Water and Sanitation, and Food Development that includes agricultural development and the production of food. Communities are trained alongside these programmes ensuring the opportunity for sustainable programme outcomes. JAM strongly believes that without education, there can be no development. JAM currently assists around 700,000 children through its Nutritional Feeding programme, as well as hundreds of thousands of additional beneficiaries through wider community development ensuring that we provide a hand up toward communities becoming self sufficient.
JAM is on a mission to break the “Cycle of Poverty” and see Africa become part of the Global economy.