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2014 - Joint Aid Management - JAM International

Communities remain scared, vulnerable; affected by violence

The Jonglei state capital of Bor in South Sudan has been a key battleground during the civil conflict. Security officials estimate that the town was captured and recaptured at least four times, leaving much of the town reduced to rubble. JAM’s Global Chief Finance Officer, Angie Stankovic, reported after a recent fact-finding mission that the

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Water is Life in Angola

The rural community of Buniangolo-Luengue, located within the Cubal Municipality, is approximately 9 kilometers from Cubal town. According to the village Chief, Mr. Augusto Dondi – who at 76 years of age is one of the oldest members of the community – the population of the village is 645. The population of Buniangolo-Luengue has suffered

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The village of hunger

In August, JAM’s Founder and Group CEO Peter Pretorius travelled to Angola as one of his many annual trips to JAM’s programme countries in Africa. On his return to Head Office, at an extraordinary public address to staff, Peter told a story of a community he had visited. While visiting the Ganda Malnutrition Clinic, which

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A mother’s heart

For many families, women are the anchors that hold the unit together. These ‘anchors’ play a significant part in helping JAM deliver our delicious and nutritious meals to hungry and eager students. On a daily basis, women in Angola, South Africa and Mozambique voluntarily give of their time to prepare and cook JAM’s nutritious porridge.

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JAM celebrates 30 years and a million children fed

Joint Aid Managment (JAM) celebrates its 30-year anniversary at Avianto Village Hotel in Mulderdrift on 21 August. JAM is a South African founded ‘international humanitarian development organisation’. CEO of JAM’s Peter Pretorius commented, “I am excited for this event; it’s been a long 30-year journey in which we have made a huge difference in Africa.”

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