2010-2013: Sustainable Impact

2010: JAM extended its McGovern-Dole Grant in Mozambique for an additional three years.
2011: JAM became the WFP’s second largest implementing partner in South Sudan and programmes were expanded into all parts of Jonglei and Warrap State, South Sudan. JAM began implementing four programmes with WFP: Food For Education (FFE), Food For Assets (FFA), General Food Distribution (GFD) and Blanket Supplementary Feeding (BSF).
2012: After working hard to assist those in desperate need, JAM managed to reach its historical target of feeding one million beneficiaries, in fact, the organisation surpassed this target reaching 1.1 million beneficiaries.
2013: JAM expands its programmes into Lakes State, South Sudan. A training farm in Pambarra, Mozambique is established and begins training local farmers, selling food to the local market, and supplying food to surrounding schools in need.