Transforming the Lives of Children since 1986

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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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Expansion of INMED Caribbean Aquaponics

In partnership with the Government of Jamaica’s Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation (MEGJC), INMED Caribbean is implementing aquaponics systems in 5 communities of Clarendon Parish. The region has been particularly hard-hit by severe climate events, including floods, landslides, drought and wildfires. INMED’s aquaponics systems will help the communities strengthen their food security, provide income-generation opportunities through training workshops and increase their climate-change resilience. The project is funded by the Climate Investment Fund via the Inter-American Development Bank and facilitated by MEGJC’s Project Executing Unit. Learn more about INMED Aquaponics in Jamaica at https://inmedcaribbean.org/aquaponics-training/.… Read the rest...

Gardening is a Family Affair

Our team at INMED Para Crianças knows that gardening is a family affair. In partnership with the Monsanto Fund, our Crescer Saudável (Growing Healthy) program in Petrolina, Brazil, is teaching preschoolers and their parents the importance of growing and eating fresh produce, making healthy lifestyle choices and staying fit. The food grown in our 117 preschool gardens is incorporated into the children’s meals and given away to families in need. Learn more about this beautiful program at https://paracriancas.org.br/programas-para-criancas/crescer-saudavel/.… Read the rest...

Why are our Pella Food Garden farmers so excited?

They just learned that BioTherm, through its subsidiary company Limarco 77 (RF) Proprietary Limited, has donated funding for a small-scale agro-processing room for their INMED aquaponics and adaptive agriculture enterprise. The cold storage unit will help the female entrepreneurs further expand their offerings, such as their popular bottled pickled fish. Thank you, BioTherm!

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