INMED South Africa News

31-year-old Dineo Mothoa from Diepsloot and 25-year-old Siphosethu Molo from the Eastern Cape are just two of the highly motivated
FREE STATE, SOUTH AFRICA (15 April 2020): The lives of nearly 100 disabled farmers in the Free State province have
South Africans with disabilities, especially women, continue to face disproportionate rates of food insecurity, unemployment, illiteracy, and poverty amid economic,
Linda takes a selfie with the other finalists in the food category for the @zayedsustainabilityprize in Abu Dhabi.
A familiar face is gracing the Faces of Loudoun web site this month. A campaign by the Community Foundation for Loudoun
5 days and counting to the Zayed Sustainability Prize! We’re eagerly awaiting the decision of the distinguished 12-member Prize Jury,
The world is a scary place. Political turmoil, extreme climate events and man-made environmental disasters are just a few reasons
We’re just 1 week away from learning the winners of the @zayedsustainabilityprize! We’re humbled and excited to be a finalist
Count down to the @zayedsustainabilityprize! We’re honored to be a finalist in the food category for this prestigious award—to be
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA (October 21, 2019); As South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa calls for schools to explore integrating aquaponics into
STERLING, VA (October 14, 2019): INMED Partnerships for Children has been selected as one of three finalists in the food
Congratulations to the schools that won Health in Action Awards last week in Port Elizabeth, South Africa! Did you know
A Harvard study revealed that healthier students make better learners, and the more physical fitness tests children passed, the better
Congratulations to Dr. Sandra Pretorius, Health in Action Program Manager for INMED South Africa, for the publication of her article
Check out this heart-warming collection of images from INMED South Africa’s recent visit to Kroonstad in the Free State Province
Today is #WorldWaterDay! We’re celebrating by expanding #INMEDAquaponics in drought regions around the world. Aquaponics consumes up to 90% less