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Tuesday, 27 January 2015 by

This is the story of how Rick Ciaramitaro, JAM Canadian Board member, hopes to contribute towards making a difference in the lives of thousands of African children in 2014 and beyond. What an amazing year 2013 has been. My wife, Cathy, and I have travelled across Canada and have also undertaken four overseas trips with

When people visit any one of JAM’s African programs, it usually proves to be a life-changing and inspiring experience. Pastor Steve Fleming, JAM Canada Board Member, shares his most recent experiences. In 2011, together with my wife, Beth, we¬†visited a number of nursery school makeovers and feeding programs in South Africa. It was difficult to

This is the story of how JAM is entrenching sustainability in the communities we serve, as seen through the eyes of Murray Anderson, JAM Field Reporter. I have been to many of our field operations in the African countries that JAM serves, however each time I see the devastation that poverty causes in these communities,

This is the story of the role of cattle in South Sudan, as seen through the eyes of Murray Anderson, JAM Field Reporter. In South Sudan, a country that has never known peace, prosperity or development but is all too familiar with war, exploitation and suffering, cattle are the lifeblood of the people. Cattle has

This is the story of how the love of a father has become the lifeline to his ailing child, who has been suffering from malnutrition; through the eyes of Clint Still, JAM Donor Relations Officer. On a recent trip to the various malnutrition clinics in Angola, I met a single father at one of the

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