Clean DRINKING WATER and PROPER SANITATION are essential to public health and the prevention of diseases and epidemics. Only one in every two people in the world will have access to some form of sanitation. Drinking water is a prerequisite for human survival, but water actually means so much more: it can provide better personal hygiene, encourage the growth of healthy food and enable cooking, cleaning, washing and dishwashing.

Sanitation ensures that people become aware of the importance of hygiene. Waste such as human excrements, household rubbish and standing water, which serve as breeding grounds for all kind of insects, need to be separated and effectively managed to avoid the transmission of diseases.

With our project WATER FOR LIFE, we have worked to realise the United Nations' (UN's) Sustainable Development Goals (SDG's). The aim is to achieve these goals, and in turn to bring an end to poverty, hunger, disease (e.g. AIDS, Malaria), maternal and child mortality, inequality and environmental problems.

'One person cannot do it alone, only the many who are united at the right moment.' - attributed to Goethe-

JFE's agricultural projects aim to contribute towards ending poverty and hunger, especially malnutrition by children. There is enough land to grow vegetables, crops and to rare animals for food, wool and other products.

Agricultural projects are opportunities to create employment and improve food and nutrition security which ultimately benefit the health of people. Sustainable agricultural methods will significantly help to improve rural economies, make people self-reliant and economically independent. JFE's projects are guided by the best environmental safeguards and ethical standards.

'We support people who want to develop themselves'

Supporting the education of young people, especially girls, is one of the sectors JFE focuses on to achieve her development objectives. Indeed, the youth has the future. JFE provides scholarships to the youth, briljant students, in particular girls, to pursue vocational training.

The scholarships are provided for training in fields that are priorities of the beneficiary countries and the needs of rural communities.

JFE also sends European doctors, other specialists & volunteers during their spare time to African countries to pass on their knowledge to their counterparts. The need of doctors and modern medical skills are very high in most African countries.

Our starting point is:
'Give a man a fish and he'll eat for one day. Teach him to fish and he'll eat for a lifetime'.

JFE also engages in  the collection and transmission of USABLE goods such as medical equipment and educational materials (medicines, medical instruments, X-ray equipment, dental practice and materials, teaching and learning materials for schools, etc.). Schools in Africa have a great need for computers, laptops and textbooks and similar materials. If you can help us in any way, please let us know. Any help, in whatever form, is welcome.

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