For more than 30 years, INMED Partnerships for Children has been transforming the lives of disadvantaged children all around the world.

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Do you think ALL babies deserve a healthy start in life? If so, give a thumbs up to our team at INMED Andes--hard at work training health personnel from Hospital Regional Docente Materno Infantil El Carmen - Oficial, @CetrodeSaludChilca and @CentrodeSaludLibertad in Junín, Peru how to use the Bilikit(TM) to reduce newborn jaundice. Junín has the highest rate of jaundice-linked kernicterus in the country—leading to permanent brain damage, cerebral palsy, deafness and other debilitating disorders. With the Bilikit(TM), we can take screening, diagnosis and treatment to the most remote ... See more

2 weeks ago

Did you know that Sunday is the #InternationalDayoftheMidwife? For more than 30 years, INMED has empowered women to become volunteer health agents in their communities. Many have gone on to become midwives as a result. This is one of the many pathways INMED creates to help children get a healthy start in life and their families to achieve wellbeing and self-reliance. Learn more at

2 weeks ago

Our team at INMED Caribbean is hard at work installing the first two of five community aquaponics systems in Clarendon, Jamaica. INMED is partnering with the national Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation to strengthen food security and economic development in this region hard hit by climate-change events, including floods, landslides, droughts and wildfires.

2 weeks ago
INMED Parcerias para Crianças

In Brazil, we're training front-line food workers to make school meals more nutritious and delicious! Do you have a favorite memory of eating a school meal? Share it with us--good or bad!

Hoje foi o dia de treinamento das Merendeiras.
Essa é uma parte muito importante do Programa Crescer Saudável, uma vez que nossas crianças passam muitas horas nas escolas, onde fazem suas principais refeições.

Essa turma aprendeu na prática a porcionarem corretamente as refeições servidas para cada faixa etária.
Também reforçamos sobre:
* Higiene pessoal, dos alimentos e equipamentos
* Conceitos de educação nutricional e saúde
* Elaboração de pratos saudáveis e criativos

Parabéns a todas participantes e envolvidas! @ Senai Petrolina

3 weeks ago
INMED South Africa

It's official! Our Health in Action bear in South Africa has a name! And he's got some good moves!
Mondelēz International #MondelezInternationalFoundation

INMED South Africa’s Health in Action (HIA) mascot was officially christened Jabulani today at the Lukholweni Primary School in Orlando, Soweto. The name was among several submitted as part of a competition among all the schools participating in INMED’s Health in Action programme, sponsored by the Mondelēz International Foundation (MIF). Jabulani – with his impressive six-pack abs – leads a healthy lifestyle by being active in all sports, including dance. Watch the pupils perform their special song for Jabulani - a Zulu word which means "rejoice" or "be happy" and fully embraces ... See more

3 weeks ago
Portable kit to treat babies with jaundice goes on trial in Peru

Terrific article on the Bilikit project in Peru, funded by Grand Challenges Canda (@challenges). A big shout-out to writer Kate Hodal for her very thorough reporting!

Jaundice affects 60% of babies. Left untreated it can be life-threatening. But treatment has always been difficult to access in rural Peru

3 weeks ago
INMED South Africa

Check out this plump catfish, just harvested from our #INMEDAquaponics system at Universität der Nelson-Mandela-Metropole in Port Elizabeth, South Africa - One down, 499 to go! It's how we're feeding hungry children and creating income-generation opportunities in distressed communities.
Mondelēz International #MondelezInternationalFoundation

The INMED South Africa’s aquaponics team in Port Elizabeth is getting ready to harvest a whopping 1 500 catfish of between 1.2 and 1.6 kg. These whoppers can be sold by the community-driven adaptive agriculture project and/or used to feed the community. Catfish are most commonly used in the aquaponics system, and once they grow to over a kilogram in weight, they can be eaten. Because the water in the system is fresh (no mud), the catfish are delicious and very nutritious. Once the bigger fish are harvested, the system welcomes new fingerlings to provide the nutrients needed for the ... See more

4 weeks ago
INMED Parcerias para Crianças

Happy #EarthDay from our team at INMED Parcerias para Crianças!

Quer cuidar do nosso planeta ?

Fique por dentro de pequenas mudanças de hábitos mas de grande impacto:

Recicle, plante, proteja a fauna, evite plástico opte por vidro, coma menos alimentos processados e mais frescos, compartihe, compre somente o necessário, ensine a cuidar...

Faça suas escolhas!

Feliz dia da Terra !!

4 weeks ago
Fund Jamaican Farmers in Climate-Smart Aquaponics

GlobalGiving is featuring our #Aquaponics project for Jamaican farmers in its #EarthDay campaign today. Help us win a year-long feature in its Climate Fund.

Climate change in Jamaica is forcing small-scale food producers out of business, leading to rising unemployment, poverty and food insecurity. INMED's Financing for Climate-Smart Agriculture program helps resolve this crisis by empowering struggling farmers, women, youth and people with disabilities....

4 weeks ago
Celebrate Earth Day with INMED!

Happy #EarthDay! Esther shares how #INMEDAquaponics changed her life, her fellow female farmers' lives and the lives of her neighbors in need. All while conserving scarce envirornmental resources in the drought region of Northern Cape, South Africa.
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