Complete Community Development
Complete Community Development Assistance (CCDA) model, include nutritional interventions, school feeding, assistance to orphans and vulnerable children, the provision of water and skills development, community training on agricultural development.
Our goal is to have a community supporting themselves, time scale varies.
JAM (Joint Aid Management)
By "Helping Africa Help Itself" allowing people in the communities to develop themselves through sustainable projects, which will lead to better heath,nutrition, education and sanitation.
Save lives through the provision of nutritional food, water and sanitation Sustain lives through health and social programmes such as HIV/Aids training, small holder farmer assistance, basic skills development, nutrition and health education Improve lives through education, technical training and transitional finance
Create better lives by providing linkages to sustainable commercial business development
Change the landscape of the community, leaving permanent, sustainable transformation.
Activities» JAM will provide100 grams (a little less than ½ cup) of vitamin and mineral fortified porridge mix each school day.
» Drill a borehole, creating a more hygienic environment
» Providing farming accessories to an entire school
Success will be... through the provision of nutritional food, water and school gardens,
This model is a sustainable business approach to development, treating the beneficiary community not just as the recipient of aid, but as a partner in developing change.
JAM has 27 years experience in community development and are experienced in dealing with all risks that would affect the project.
Six monthly report on progress
Budget - Project Cost: £27,500Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £18,000 nutritional feeding Food and education for 500 children for 1 year. £7,500 borehole Drill 1 borehole to support up to 5,000 people £2,000 school garden Provide farming accessories and training to a whole school
Angola has emerged from over 30 years of civil war and more than one third of it's population was displaced and the social and economical fabric of the country was devastated. JAM has seen Angola continue to grow through this devastating history and his committed to improving the lives of children and communities.
Through daily feeding and clean drinking water, we hope to ultimately enhance the future role of the children in society by providing them with the right foundation.
Joint Aid Management (JAM) is a South African-founded non-profit organisation, who since 1984 has expanded its expertise in relief and sustainable development in Africa JAM are currently feeding and educating 690,000 children each school day.
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JAM has a large team of professionals working in specific area's of expertise. to many to mention.
Will feed and educate a child for a whole year