October 9, 2016 Former Reston café worker now cooks in her own restaurant kitchen Fairfax County Times
September 24, 2015 Mondelez International Foundation Brings Well-Being Programs to Mexico, South Africa and the United States,
Press Release by Mondelez International
June 22, 2015 Aquaponics: Getting it right in Jamaica Reported by Kelli Rogers: Devex.com
May 22, 2015 Metcalf Street Juvenile Centre nurturing mind and body Reported in the Jamaica Gleaner.
February 11, 2015, International Experts Come Toegether to Discuss Climate-Smart Innovations for Food Security – Nasdaq – First “Harvest the Future” International Symposium showcases grassroots successes to improve livelihoods and agricultural yields for communities around the world.
December 2, 2014, Sterling family and youth opportunity center opening -LoudounTimes.com – INMED Partnerships for Children, an international humanitarian organization that calls Loudoun its home, is opening a new Family and Youth Opportunity Center in Sterling.
INMED hopes the center will be a place where kids and their families can go for enrichment and growth.
September 1, 2014 Health in Action program featured in Food and Nutrition Bulletin – Food & Nutrition Bulletin, Volume 35, Supplement 2, September 2014, pp. 108S-116S(9)
September 24, 2014 END7 Supports Strengthening and Scaling-Up of Deworming Campaigns in Peru – Global Network for Neglected Tropical Diseases
September 23, 2014 INMED President and CEO Dr. Linda Pfeiffer joined Partnering Beyond the Health Sector to Ensure Maternal-Newborn Survival, a cross-sector dialogue sponsored by Johnson & Johnson Global Health. In this video clip, she discusses climate change as one of the social determinants of health and presents one of INMED’s key solutions.
August 20, 2014 Lessons from the front line: Innovative technologies for urban agriculture and nutrition Published by: devex Article by: Chris Somerville
April 19, 2014 Aquaponics to the Rescue published by: The Jamaica Gleaner
April 11, 2014 Pupils Grow Vegetables Through Aquaponics published by BusinessDayLive article by: Andiswa Maqutu
November 25, 2013 Agric Gets Boost, (Sowetan, a South African Newspaper, reports on INMED’s installation of a new aquaponics unit in Mbvumoni village in Venda, South Africa.)
November 20, 2013: “Cycle of life: aquaponic farm to feed community“(Pretoria News, a South Africa newspaper, publishes this report about INMED’s aquaponics project in Venda, South Africa)
GE Latin America Strengthens Regional Sustainability Commitment In this article on the CSRwire, GE Latin America announces its first Citizenship Report for the region, including versions for Brazil and Mexico. The report features information about GE’s partnership with INMED Brasil in Salgueiro in which a team of 13 community health educators were trained so that people in this remote community who have little access to health care could receive exams, hemoglobin testing and blood pressure measurement.
September 16 – INMED Partnerships for Children Participates in Mondelez International Foundation’s Global NGO Summit Promoting Healthy Lifestyles for Youth (Mondelēz International, Inc., one of the world’s largest snacks companies. Mondelēz is committed to fighting hunger and promoting active, healthy lifestyles.)
September 12 – Air Products partners with Inmed in innovative food production scheme (InfrastructureNe.ws, a leading website with breaking news for the engineering and construction industries, headquartered in South Africa)
September 2 – Project Teaches Children Aquaponics (Landbou.com, a major agricultural/farming weekly Afrikaans magazine) August 29 – Food for the thought – and future (Gasworld, an independent online news provider and information portal for the global industrial gas community and the larger end-user market)
August – The Borgen Project Website featured a Spotlight on INMED Partnerships for Children
February 21 – Realizan “Primer Parto Vertical” Con Exito en Atalaya (First Vertical Birth in Atalaya a Success) Voluntaria Americana Promociona Parto Vertical (American Volunteer Promotes Vertical Birth)
October 24 – Prenatal Care and Delivery Program Marks Third Anniversary from the Leesburg Patch Newspaper Article no longer available.
August 15 – Friday Heroes by WUSA9
August 1 – PHOTOS: Capital Polo Club Hosts Embassy of Brazil Polo Cup in Poolesville from the Potomac Patch Newspaper Article no longer available.
July 29 – Embassy of Brazil Polo Cup by FestaForAll.com Article no longer available.
July 1 – NGOs Get Grant Funding from USAID
March 16 – Healthy Children, Thriving Communities by Talk Loudoun
Scores Gather to Support INMED’s Fight for Healthy Children and Bright Futures –Released December 13, 2010 by WUSA9, Read full article…
–Released December 13, 2010 by I Am Modern Magazine, Read full article…
December 9 – Patowmack Farm Offers Respite from the Holiday Madness by The Georgetowner
November 29 – Middleburg Women Luncheon December 21, 2010 by Middleburg Women
November 25 – Hispanic Familes Gather to Celebrate Thanksgiving by Leesburg Patch
November 23 – Planting Seeds for Better Health in Brazil by Kraft Foods Foundation.
November 3 – Dinner for a Food Cause by localKicks
October 28 – More Than 20,000 Kraft Foods Employees Volunteer, Make a Delicious Difference During Global Week of Service by PRNewswire
July 21 – Mais Unidos companies help flood victims in Northeast by +unidos CSR Initative
April 7 – Kraft Aids Brazilian Kids by Candy and Snack Today
November 17 – Students in Peru receive deworming treatment (in Spanish only) by Local Paper from Ucayali, Peru
October 1 – Deworming campaign launched (in Spanish only) by Local Paper from Ucayali, Peru
2009 – The World Soy Foundation and INMED is touching lives throughout South Africa: Bringing Nutrition to Life by World Soy Foundation
September 9 – INMED’s Opening Doors Loudoun Program is granted $100,000 from the Freddie Mac Foundation by Freddie Mac Foundation
July 8 – School Supply Drive Underway by Loudoun Times Mirror
July 2 – Hope for Homeless Families: Loudoun Program Helps People Move Out of Shelters By The Washington Post
June 2009 – South African Youth Cooperative Offers Soyfoods to Day Care Students and More. By World Soy Foundation
April 2009 – The New and The Old Poor: Why It’s Critical to Serve Both. An article by Linda Pfeiffer, President and CEO of INMED Partnerships for Children. Read full article pages 12-14. By Monday Developments Magazine
February 18 – Freddie Mac To Resume Giving to Local Charities by Arlington Connection, VA
April 18 – INMED Awarded Capacity-Building Grant for L.A. Programs: 14 Chosen for Community Grants by First 5 LA
February 2008 – INMED Awarded $25,000 PAHEF Grant: The Pan American Health and Education Foundation (PAHEF) announced winners of 2007 Grant Program. – by Chronic Disease Prevention & Control in the Americas Read on page 5-6…
August 29 – National Partnership for Women & Families – Daily Women’s Health Policy Report: INMED’s MotherNet Loudoun highlighted PREGNANCY & Childbirth: Efforts To Expand Prenatal Care in Northern Virginia Counties Halted; Community Leaders Work To Increase Access to Care
2007 – 2007 INMED’s MotherNet L.A. Program Featured in the LA Best Babies Network Annual Report: LA Best Babies Network Annual Report 2007 Reflections. INMED’s MotherNet L.A. program is featured on pages 4-5, mentioned on page 8 and photos on pages 7, 23 and the back cover.
January 8 – INMED Donates Guitars for the Training of Disadvantaged Children: INMED Partnership for Children has donated 70 electronic and acoustic guitars to be used to train disadvantaged children in Jamaica. In making the presentation to Jamaica’s Ambassador to the United States, Professor, Dr Gordon Shirley, INMED’s chairman, Ms. Linda Pfeiffer said that the guitars were made available through the Gibson Foundation and this was their first international donation.
February 10 – INMED’s MotherNet Loudoun Program Featured: Catching Families Before They Fall The Washington Post
July 22 – Partnership with INMED for Delivering Critical Medicine for Iraq Released by: Spirit of America
July 22 – INMED and Spirit of America: bringing much needed medicine to Iraq Released by: by Spirit of America
INMED’s MotherNet Loudoun Program Featured in the Freddie Mac Foundation 2003 Annual Report “A Portrait of Hope”:Freddie Mac Foundation 2003 Philanthropic Report, INMED’s MotherNet Loudoun program’s client profile is featured on pages 10-11. View the full report. Released 2004 by Freddie Mac
November 11 – Scholastic Donates 150,000 Books to Children in Caribbean Countries Scholastic.com
November 10 – Lay Home Educators Help Meet the Challenge of a Changing American Health Care System PRNewswire