For 30 years, JAM has been providing nutritional relief and school feeding, not only for survival, but also to encourage school attendance and getting an education. We have expanded our programs into agriculture to provide communities with much needed capacity to grow their own food. JAM’s programs have been instrumental in encouraging children to get an education to empower themselves and their families. A report by AllAfrica.com indicates that the Mozambican Government recognises the role that education can play in creating a better future for the country. JAM is committed to continue holding hands with the people of Mozambique towards the eradication of poverty.
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