INMED Health in Action

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

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