We’re back, Monyakeng!

 INMED and USAID are upgrading an aquaponics system we installed in 2012 for a farming cooperative for people with disabilities to enable them to be even more prosperous. We’re also introducing our Expanding Participation of the Disabled in Climate-Adaptive Agriculture program to Hennenman and Kroonstad in South Africa’s Free State province, which has the highest population of disabled people in South Africa.

Our climate-smart agriculture program offers an innovative approach to achieve the national goals of food security and increasing the participation of people with disabilities in the mainstream economy. Through aquaponics, we’re equipping people with disabilities with a sustainable method of producing high-quality, nutritious food and increasing their income generation potential.