We seek the most cost-effective ways to create impact for the world’s poorest. That means doing the right thing –
and doing it right
Our work started in 2008 in the Kwitanda catchment area of the Balaka district in Malawi.
By working in cooperation with the Malawian government and local partners, we explored how to build a more resilient health system while maximizing long-term impact. Since then, we have continued to center our work around sustainable interventions and scalable solutions to improve access to health services and quality education, serving the people who need it most.
JBJF is created to promote and foster the education of underprivileged youth in the United States resulting in becoming an “I Have a Dream” Program sponsor
2008 - ongoing
JBJF expands to a global focus and starts a long-lasting engagement with VillageReach to strengthen the health system at a community level in the Kwitanda catchment area in Malawi
JBJF adds to its portfolio to focus on nutrition in Malawi as well as explore expansion to other countries in Sub-Saharan Africa
JBJ Foundation works with partners both locally and globally to identify, co-design, and drive the interventions bringing the most impact from available resources. The following cases are examples of our work that illustrate how we seek solutions to some of the most pressing development challenges and our approach to do so together with our partners.