Providing food security, nutrition, water and sanitation to vulnerable communities in Africa in dignified and sustainable ways

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

Our core programs include Food and Nutrition, Water and Sanitation as well as Community Agricultural and Livelihoods.

HOW WE WORK

Through local and international donor partnerships, we implement programs 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.

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SHARE YOUR NETWORK

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SHARE YOUR MONEY

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

Affiliate Countries, Offices and Programs 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 programs, providing life saving and development services to seven recipient countries on the African continent. These countries include Angola, Mozambique, Rwanda, South Africa, South Sudan, and Uganda.

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PROGRAMME COUNTRIES

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

Floods hampering humanitarian efforts in South Sudan, calls for urgent response

Flooding in South Sudan is a seasonal occurrence although the frequency in recent years has been much higher with the current situation seems the worst yet. The Government of South Sudan has officially declared a state of emergency for three months, with over 650 000 people already having been affected in 17 out of 18

What we do today, determines their tomorrow

COVID-19 has consumed our world for close on six-months already, since officially being classified as a pandemic. In this time, global economies have shrunk, airlines have closed and businesses have shut down. Sadly, here in Africa, the biggest disaster of all has been the resultant hunger crisis. Already challenged food insecurity has been grossly accelerated

JAM Uganda appointed lead livelihood partner at Imvepi Refugee Settlement

A joint evaluation headed by UNHCR and the Office of the Prime Minister of Uganda, who is directly responsible for the department of refugee affairs, was recently conducted where JAM Uganda was appointed as the lead livelihood partner in the Imvepi refugee settlement. This appointment enables JAM’s team on the ground to continue implementation of