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Joint Aid Management (JAM)

JAM, a South African founded non-profit relief and development organisation with 30 years' experience in relief and sustainable development. Their programmes focus on food security, micronutrient intervention, assistance to orphans and vulnerable children, the provision of water and sanitation, HIV/AIDS programmes, skills development, community-based agricultural development, and school infrastructure development.

They currently assist more than 750 000 children through nutritional school feeding programmes in five African countries: South Africa, Angola, Mozambique, Rwanda and South Sudan – and we want to see this number increased to one million in the foreseeable future. We believe in focusing on the development of individuals and communities as a whole, and strive to enhance capacity within communities that will sustainably 'Help Africa Help Itself'.

Brett has worked closely with them over the years, having produced a number of TV commercials for them as well as travelling to Mozambique and Angola to do documentary work in malnutrition clinics and feeding schemes that they are involved in. Having seen the work they are doing first hand he is proud to support their work and seeks to use his projects to benefit their organisation.

Should you wish to find out more about their programs you can visit them at Take a look at "Matthew's Story", a short video that Brett did about a young boy who was saved from malnutrition in one of their camps, or "The History of JAM" to hear how the organisation was birthed.