Transforming the Lives of Children since 1986

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INMED Partnerships for Children is a nonprofit international development organization that has worked in more than 100 countries to create pathways for disadvantaged children and families to achieve wellbeing and self-reliance. Through multisector partnerships and in-country affiliates, INMED builds sustainable systems that deliver innovative approaches to break complex cycles of poverty for current and future generations. INMED’s programs in climate-smart agriculture and aquaponics, maternal and child health, and economic development have transformed the lives of millions of children and their families since 1986. INMED currently has in-country affiliates in Latin America and the Caribbean and southern Africa, with its international headquarters and local programs in Sterling, Virginia in the U.S.A. 

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Students Teach the Power of Good Nutrition

Congratulations to the schools that won Health in Action Awards last week in Port Elizabeth, South Africa!

Did you know that global deaths due to chronic lifestyle diseases – such as diabetes, high blood pressure and obesity – are expected to increase by 70% by 2030? WHO predicts that Africa will bear much of the burden. Our school-based Health in Action program with the Mondelēz International Foundation is working hard to prevent future lifestyle diseases with nutrition and healthy lifestyle education, access to fresh produce and regular exercise. The students in this video are proving the power of prevention to save lives.… Read the rest...

INMED Aquaponics in Peru

Our team at INMED Andes is cultivating a new generation of agribusinesses in Pucallpa, Peru. INMED Aquaponics was center stage at a recent workshop on entrepreneurship and family business at the National Intercultural University of the Amazon in Ucayali. Specialists from the Ministry of Agriculture and regional agriculture department joined our aquaponics experts to promote investment in inclusive rural ventures. INMED has been leveraging the power of aquaponics to generate sustainable incomes and strengthen economic development in distressed communities around the world for nearly a decade.… Read the rest...

Thank you Best Runners

You may think we close up shop on the weekend, here’s a taste of the AWESOMENESS of last Saturday at our INMED Opportunity Center. Best Runners, a local running club, came and talked about health and nutrition, donated $1500 to our summer camp program and delivered 2 truckloads of food for over 50 families! And we are doing it again next Saturday for another 50! Can you feel the love?!

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