Milford, Michigan (PRWEB) August 30, 2014
Together with partners, donors, Affiliates and colleagues from around the world, JAM will retrace its unique journey during the special celebratory event – a journey that has seen millions of lives in Africa touched and transformed over the past three decades. JAM has attained global recognition for its work in alleviating hunger and helping impoverished communities in Africa.
Over the past three decades, JAM has grown significantly and evolved into an organisation that focuses extensively on nutrition, agricultural development, vulnerable childcare, skills development, and water, sanitation & hygiene services in South Africa, Mozambique, Angola, South Sudan and Rwanda. JAM has forged strong partnerships with some of the world’s largest humanitarian development organisations such as the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), the European Union (EU), many corporates as well as local and national government agencies.
JAM’s independently registered ‘affiliate’/support Offices in the USA, Canada, Switzerland, South Africa, Germany and the United Kingdom focus on marketing and partnership ventures to advance the organisation’s work at grass roots level in order to ensure that JAM continues to assist the poorest people in Africa who do not have a voice to plead their case.
Through partnerships and collaboration, JAM has constructed orphanages for children who were victims of war and famine in Mozambique and genocide in Rwanda, drilled over 2,500 water wells, established hundreds of community and school gardens and agricultural/farming projects, built food factories and served over 1.2 billion meals to the hungry. These are significant achievements dedicated towards improving the quality of life for the communities we serve in Africa.
JAM is currently on the cutting edge of the humanitarian crisis in South Sudan where we are providing emergency relief to 694,000 people. The United Nations (UN) Security Council recently described the escalating humanitarian crisis in South Sudan as “catastrophic” and that “food insecurity in South Sudan is now the worst in the world.”