Agricultural Development

Ensuring a sustainable future

Monday, 04 November 2013 by

I have been to many of our field operations in the African countries that JAM serves, however each time I see the devastation that poverty causes in these communities, I remain overwhelmed by the experience. JAM’s programs act as a beacon of hope in places where all hope is lost. During one of my more

JAM’s farm, a first for Africa

Wednesday, 23 October 2013 by

JAM believes in the importance of innovative thinking in order to move forward positively. The work done over the years at the Pambarra Life Center at Vilankulos, Mozambique – and our vision for the future – are good examples of JAM’s focused intent to keep on pushing the boundaries of its development work in order

Africa is brimming with potential to become the world’s next economic powerhouse. However, it is still plagued by high poverty, disease, and limited life expectancy rates. The continent’s abundant natural resources are under utilised, resulting in little or declining development. JAM has identified the need and opportunity to develop sustainable agricultural structures and practices to

In South Sudan, a country that has never known peace, prosperity or development but war, exploitation and suffering, cattle are the lifeblood of the people. Cattle have always been a stable source of income and an indicator of wealth for the majority of the population. The United Nations Food And Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimated in

The importance of continued agriculture growth is imperative for the future of Africa. Several experts in agriculture have provided unsettling facts and opinions on the importance of revolutionizing agricultural development in Africa. “Africa’s lifeblood is agriculture, but while agriculture remains central to Africa’s economies, its global performance in this sector has lagged. Africa remains a