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.

Read more about our mission, vision and values.

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Expanding our Programs Brazil: Parcerias Internacionais Para Crianças

INMED is pleased to announce that we’re expanding our programs in health, nutrition and climate-smart agriculture in Brazil with our in-country affiliate, Parcerias Internacionais Para Crianças (International Partnerships for Children), or ‘Para Crianças’ (For Children’)  for short. 

Para Crianças will continue to operate INMED’s signature health, nutrition and healthy lifestyles programs ( as well as develop crucial new programs in adaptive agriculture, building on our international expertise in aquaponics and increasing access to climate-smart agriculture.

We invite you to learn more about Para Crianças at www.paracriancas.org.br and contact Para Crianças Program Manager Paula Sanches (pictured here with two preschoolers in our Grow Healthy program) at psanches@inmed.org to explore opportunities to transform the lives of vulnerable children in Brazil.… Read the rest...

Aquaponics Association of Southern Africa

Thank you, Neale Stauch, for the nice shout-out about INMED’s aquaponics program in your blog on the Aquaponics Association of Southern Africa web site. Our team at INMED South Africa enjoyed showing off our system at Randvaal Primary School, our first school-based project with Air Products South Africa. Click on this link to read Neale’s blog: https://www.aquaponicssa.org/photo-galary.

@INMEDChildren @INMEDSA @AirProductsSA @AquaponicsAssociationSouthAfrica #aquaponcis #adaptiveagriculture #climatechange #foodsecurity #nutrition #adaptation #childhealth #schoolmeals… Read the rest...

Health in Action Garden

Students at the Ben Nyathi Primary School in Port Elizabeth, South Africa are enjoying bountiful harvests from their Health in Action garden. They sold carrots to buy more seeds to plant and donated the rest of the produce to the school’s meals program. INMED’s Health in Action program with the Mondelēz International Foundation is inspiring lifelong eating habits and healthy lifestyles among more than 100,000 children in 116 schools in disadvantaged communities of Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth. Learn more about the great work our INMED South Africa team is doing at https://inmed.org/where-we-work/south-africa/.

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