Great update from our South Africa team

Program Director Unathi Sihlahla is thrilled with the progress he saw on his site visit to the Monyakeng Disabled Persons Cooperative in Wesselsbron, Free State, where INMED recently added grow beds and other upgrades to an aquaponics system our team installed in 2012. After only two months, the new grow beds and upgraded tanks are in full production with bountiful crops and fish. In Kroonstadt, INMED installed a greenhouse for another disabled farmers cooperative and will now work with a group of disabled farmers in Hennenman to install a new aquaponics system to improve its production capacity. These projects are supported by a generous grant from USAID to improve food security, income generation and inclusion of people with disabilities in Free State, South Africa, which has the highest number of people with disabilities in the nation.