Rescuing Children Since 1986


INMED Partnerships for Children rescues children from the immediate and irreversible harm of disease, hunger, abuse, neglect, violence or instability and prepares them to shape a brighter future for themselves and the next generation. INMED’s vision is to transform the future for generations of children by building continuity of support from infancy to adulthood.

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INMED aquaponics in Peru

INMED Andes is facilitating the use of aquaponics (a combination of soilless crop production and fish farming) to promote better nutrition in schools and combat the widespread problem of childhood anemia. This closed-loop system produces continuous harvests of fresh vegetables for school meals without the use of chemicals or pesticides. School-based aquaponic systems serve as a teaching tool to promote healthy eating habits, food security and better hygiene among students. Aquaponics is also gaining support as an economic development tool for entrepreneurs and disadvantaged farmers in rural areas affected by climate change. Learn more about INMED Andes’ aquaponics initiative at   #childnutrition   #schoolmeals   #climatechange   #adaptiveagriculture   #aquaponics… Read the rest...

New Executive Director for INMED Family and Youth Opportunity Center

February 22, 2017

Contact: Nancy Baker, 540-533-7490,

New Executive Director for INMED Family and Youth Opportunity Center

Sterling, Virginia: INMED Partnerships for Children is pleased to announce that Cecilia Capece has joined its Loudoun team as Executive Director of the Family and Youth Opportunity Center in Sterling, VA. Her primary role will focus on developing partnerships to expand INMED’s ability to serve low-income communities in Loudoun County to protect children from the immediate and irreversible harm of abuse, neglect, violence, homelessness and instability and to equip them for self-sufficiency and success.

Prior to joining INMED, Ms. Capece spent more than 20 years in development, communications and marketing with nonprofit organizations.… Read the rest...

INMED’s Break Time Buddies

INMED’s Break Time Buddies are making an impact. Before joining INMED South Africa’s recently launched Break Time Buddies program, young Msimelelo Seti was unemployed, had few marketable skills and little direction for his life. He’s one of millions of unemployed youth in South Africa who desperately need opportunities to succeed.

In collaboration with the University of Witwatersrand’s Center for Exercise and Sports Medicine, INMED’s Health in Action program is training unemployed youth like Msimelelo to lead fun physical education activities during school recess time to promote exercise and healthy lifestyles among children and their teachers. Break-Time Buddies are selected by school governing boards and receive a 3-day training workshop on how to prepare and deliver physical education lessons in primary schools.… Read the rest...