In partnership with the Government of Jamaica’s Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation (MEGJC), INMED Caribbean is implementing aquaponics systems in 5 communities of Clarendon Parish. The region has been particularly hard-hit by severe climate events, including floods, landslides, drought and wildfires. INMED’s aquaponics systems will help the communities strengthen their food security, provide income-generation opportunities through training workshops and increase their climate-change resilience. The project is funded by the Climate Investment Fund via the Inter-American Development Bank and facilitated by MEGJC’s Project Executing Unit. Learn more about INMED Aquaponics in Jamaica at https://inmedcaribbean.org/aquaponics-training/.