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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Increasing Access to Climate-Smart Agriculture

Super article on INMED’s new Increasing Access to Climate-Smart Agriculture (IACA) program by project partner UNEP-DTU. The 4-year initiative will provide access to financing and markets, training and technical assistance to help small-scale farmers, women and youth start aquaponics enterprises. Sustainable agriculture is of one of the ways INMED is breaking complex cycles of poverty by addressing the overlapping challenges of climate change adaptation, food security, malnutrition and economic development. Learn more at https://inmed.org/aquaponics. Read the article and share with someone who cares about climate change!

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School Gardens in South Africa

Watch the transformation of an overgrown field at Canzibe Primary, an INMED Health in Action (HIA) school in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. This is a typical example of how our HIA program promotes nutrition and health by establishing school gardens, in addition to leading fun recess-time physical activities and lessons on healthy lifestyles. Our team at INMED South Africa provided training to a community food gardener at the school, as well as garden tools and seeds. After only three months, the school has been benefiting from bountiful crops of spinach and onions, which are harvested twice a week to contribute to the school’s meals program.… Read the rest...

national Deworming Day Campaign

Our team at INMED Andes is facilitating the second National Deworming Day campaign in the Ucayali region of Peru, which has some the highest rates of soil-transmitted helminth infection (otherwise known as parasitic intestinal worms or STH) among children in Peru. STH is a leading cause of malnutrition, anemia and stunted growth in millions of children throughout the country. In partnership with Johnson & Johnson, INMED has mobilized a national plan to eliminate this public health problem within the next 5 years. Our deworming program is a key part of a national plan by the President of Peru to bring better health, clean water and sanitation to all Peruvians.… Read the rest...