Volunteers from Mondelēz International in South Africa joined INMED South Africa last week to convert a shipping container into a new kitchen for the Aaron Ggadu School in Port Elizabeth. This INMED Health in Action school has been without a proper full-sized kitchen for several years due to a fire. The school, which is located in an impoverished community, has been adopted by the Mondelēz employees for a variety of improvement projects. The container was donated by a Mondelēz employee and is being converted into a compliant school kitchen, complete with windows, security bars and gate, new flooring and food preparation areas. Last week, a team from Mondelēz painted a mountain mural on the exterior. The kitchen should be up and running by mid-July.
Last year, the Mondelēz volunteers painted playground games and murals to brighten up the facility and to encourage outdoor physical activity. Learn more about INMED’s Health in Action program at https://inmed.org/what-we-do/health-and-nutrition/
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