News & Events

Aquaponics in South Africa
Students from Ben Nyathi Primary School in Port Elizabeth are excited to harvest a bounty of vegetables from INMED South
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Children and Youth Development
Did you know that the minimum survival budget for a family with 2 young children in Loudoun County is $105,456
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Growing Healthy Program in Brazil
Let’s hear it for the lunch ladies! Our Growing Healthy program with the Monsanto Fund in Petrolina, Brazil is making
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Launching a Agribusiness
Marcus Sewell once thought his dream of combining his love of farming with his affinity for technology was just a
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CEO, Linda Pfeiffer in Sorocaba, Brazil
INMED CEO Dr. Linda Pfeiffer was the recent guest of the newly elected officials in Sorocaba, Brazil. The crowd was
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INMED Aquaponics Helping Disadvantaged Communities
Read how INMED Aquaponics is improving health, food security and economic opportunities in disadvantaged communities. https://www.iol.co.za/the-star/news/using-innovative-ways-to-keep-learners-full-and-healthy-17241893
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Emerging Aquaponics Farmer
Marcus Sewell is a 33-year-old emerging aquaponics farmer in Spanish Town, St. Catherine. He became interested in aquaponics two years
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Did you know?
Did you know that vegetables and fruit provide children with essential vitamins, such as vitamin C and folic acid, that
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Female farmers crack it!
Read this super article in Good News South Africa on the ladies of Pella Food Garden, who won top agriculture
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National Women’s Month in South Africa
INMED is marking the culmination of National Women’s Month in South Africa by celebrating our INMED South Africa team and
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