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ABOUT US

Joint Aid Management (JAM) is a humanitarian relief and development organization in Africa founded in 1984 by Peter and Ann Pretorius.

WHAT WE DO

In accordance with our tagline , Helping Africa Help Itself, JAM works closely with communities to implement programs…

 

HOW WE WORK

Through local and international donor partnerships, we implement programmes that address the needs of recipient countries.

GET INVOLVED

The movement for change begins with YOU.

Share your time

SHARE YOUR TIME

JAM always needs volunteers to promote our work and get more people involved in our mission.

Share your network

SHARE YOUR NETWORK

Help us boost our social media presence by liking and following us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Share your money

SHARE YOUR MONEY

JAM is a global NGO and you can select the office you’d like to donate through.

Affiliate Countries, Offices and Programme Countries

JAM International has seven affiliate offices located on three continents. These offices are all committed to raising JAM’s operational profile and donor participation. Offices are located in the United States, Canada, Germany, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, Norway and South Africa.

Together with our partners, we operate our programmes, providing life-saving and development services to seven recipient countries on the African continent. These countries include Angola, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Africa, South Sudan, Uganda and Sierra Leone.

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COVID-19 highlights the need for a collective effort towards safe, clean water sources

October 15th is Global Handwashing Day. Although much is still unknown about the Coronavirus as information is still regularly updated, one constant has been the importance of hand hygiene in order to prevent the spread of the disease. We stand united with the rest of the world on this Global Handwashing Day while we participate

Helping young girls have a voice; creating a world of equality.

On October 11th 2011, Resolution 66/170 was adopted by the United Nations and the day officially became known as ‘International Day of the Girl Child.’ This commitment is further cemented in Global Goal number five, Gender Equality - a commitment to achieving gender equality and empowering ALL women and young girls. The 2020 edition is

What we do today, will determine their tomorrow (Angola, Mozambique & South Africa)

COVID-19 has highlighted massive inequalities faced by the world’s most vulnerable in terms of health and food security. The two are not mutually exclusive, without proper nutrition, health is sure to deteriorate. With failing health, lack of sufficient food and nutrients could result in worsening conditions and ultimately, death. In many instances, the lack of

What we do today, determines their tomorrow (South Sudan & Uganda)

In South Sudan where JAM is active in several counties of Northern Bahr El Ghazal, Warrap, Unity and Jonglei State, it is projected that over 7.5 million people are in dire need of food assistance (WFP). Women and children continue to be the most affected. Some 2.2 million children are out of school and nearly