Millions of children in Africa go to bed hungry.

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Malnutrition is
Africa's greatest challenge today

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JAM feeds 1 million+ beneficiaries a day

JAM has provided
over 2500 wells to date

37% of people in Africa
don't have access to clean water

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Africa's best answer to poverty:

Sustainable
Agriculture:

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Feeding a child works miracles

Achieving his dreams
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Achieving his dreams

Pacifique is a Rwandan orphan who lived at JAM’s Fred Nkunda Life Centre. He remembers his ‘Red Bowl’ and was delighted to receive a new one to use for his breakfast bowl each day.

70th Birthday

Peter Pretorius “Servant of God”

Peter Pretorius “Servant of God”, turned 70 on 22 February 2015. In honour of this milestone birthday, we share with you a special tribute video showcasing his amazing God inspired journey and infectious, youthful zeal for life. Watch as Peter's friends and family share who the man Peter is to them and hear how he embarked on an incredible life-changing mission at the age of 34.

Be 1 in a million in 2015
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Be 1 in a million in 2015

More than 30 million children go to bed hungry across Africa every day. You can help change this tragic fact by supporting JAM’s ‘Be 1 in a Million Campaign’ and help us feed 1 million African children every day in 2015.

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