Children in Soweto Welcome INMED to their School

Children at Lukholweni Primary School in the Orlando community of Soweto, South Africa perform a special welcome song for INMED CEO Dr. Linda Pfeiffer and INMED Executive Vice President Thad Jackson, who are visiting schools participating in INMED’s Health in Action program this week. Health in Action is a school-based program in partnership with Mondelēz International Foundation to teach children about the importance of nutrition, physical activity and healthy lifestyles through hands-on, skills-based activities, including the development of school gardens and aquaponics to increase access to fresh produce for school meals.

INMED South Africa’s Health in Action program is reaching more than 100,000 primary school children ages 6 through 12 years old in 116 schools in 13 at-risk communities. Learn more at