Aquaponics Provides Better Nutrition and Economic Opportunities

In Port Elizabeth, South Africa, 340 000 residents have run out of money to buy food, 240 000 have skipped meals, and 135 000 have skipped meals for more than five days in a month.

Estelle Ellis, a reporter for The Herald Live newspaper, recently spoke with INMED South Africa’s Unathi Sihlahla about the dire malnutrition epidemic in the Nelson Mandela Bay Area. Click here to read the article: Then click on to learn how our team at INMED South Africa is providing thousands of children and their families food security, better nutrition and economic opportunities via aquaponics.