Rescuing 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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Dr. Sandra Pretorius of INMED South Africa was featured on SABC 2’s Dtv

Dr. Sandra Pretorius, Health in Action Program Coordinator for INMED South Africa, was featured again on SABC 2’s Dtv program for individuals with hearing impairments. In this segment, Sandra talked about the importance of healthy lunches for growing children and offered tips for packing nutritious lunch box meals that kids will want to eat. Sandra’s workshops are a key tool of INMED’s Health in Action program, which provides education and strategies for battling the growing problem of obesity among disadvantaged communities while malnutrition continues to persist.

Health in Action is an initiative of INMED Partnerships for Children, INMED South Africa and Mondelēz International Foundation to promote better nutrition and healthy lifestyles among school children, their families and communities.… Read the rest...

INMED Caribbean is Increasing Access to Climate-Smart Agriculture

Small-scale farmers in Jamaica got an economic boost on Friday when INMED Caribbean launched a new 4-year initiative to provide access to financing and markets, training and technical assistance to help them start aquaponics enterprises. Called “Increasing Access to Climate-Smart Agriculture,” this INMED program is supported by the Ministry of Industry, Commerce, Agriculture and Fisheries; Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation; Caribbean Development Bank; Inter-American Development Bank Multilateral Investment Fund; United Nations Environment Programme/Danish Technical University Partnership and Jamaica’s Rural Agriculture Development Authority.

IACA program participant Tanesha Wallace spoke at the launch event of her lifelong love of gardening and how starting an aquaponics business would combine her passion with her need to generate additional income to help support her family after the death of her father.… Read the rest...

Bringing small-scale farmers in Jamaica into the mainstream economy

Tanesha Wallace has dreamed of this day for a long time. Today, she is on her way to starting her own business, thanks to a new program by INMED Partnerships for Children to bring small-scale farmers in Jamaica into the mainstream economy. Launched officially today at an event hosted by Jamaica’s Ministry of the Environment, 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.

INMED’s in-country affiliate, INMED Caribbean, will facilitate the Increasing Access to Climate-Smart Agriculture program in partnership with the Ministry of the Environment, Ministry of Agriculture, Inter-American Development Bank’s Multilateral Investment Fund, United Nations Environmental Programme/Danish Technical University Partnership and Rural Agriculture Development Authority.… Read the rest...