Health in Action Highlights

hop-scotch-volunteersIn celebration of Nelson Mandela’s birthday, INMED South Africa organized a variety of volunteer activities involving Health in Action partner Mondelēz International Foundation. In the Johannesburg area, 40 Mondelēz volunteers renovated a makeshift kitchen, including the installation of a three-burner industrial gas stove, at Reshomile primary school in Diepsloot. The group also planted 20 fruit trees and painted hopscotch and other outdoor games in multiple courtyards. “Ever since we had painted games, our learners now do not want to get back to class after break time as they want to be active all the time,” observed Mrs. Xulu, principal at Reshumile Primary School. “We are really thankful to Mondelēz and INMED for the support we continue to receive as part of the Health in Action program.” To learn more, visit http://inmed.org/what-we-do/health-and-nutrition/health-in-action-south-africa/

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