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

15 hours ago

INMED Aquaponics: Celebrating #MLK's dream by cultivating opportunities for #inclusion, #climatejustice and #selfreliance.

3 days ago
Join Our STEAM Club!

STEAM Club is heating up cold Saturday mornings with fun, engaging activities in science, technology, engineering, arts and math. FREE for kids age 5-14 from 10am – 12pm at the @INMEDOpportunityCenter. Contact Jackey Mendez to learn more:

4 days ago

INMED Partnerships for Children gets results! A 7-year impact evaluation of our #HealthinAction (Ação Saudável) program in Brazil with the Mondelēz International Foundation is proof positive that school-based participatory education changes lifestyles and improves health. Check out these results and learn more at Stay tuned for updates on Health in Action Phase III in Pará, Brazil.

5 days ago
Cultivating Agri-entrepreneurs in Jamaica

Did you know that adverse weather conditions have led to US$1 billion in losses in the Jamaican agriculture sector over the past two years? According to some estimates, climate-related natural disasters could result in losses as high as US$22 billion annually by 2050 throughout the Caribbean. INMED Caribbean’s Increasing Access to Climate-Smart Agriculture program is training farmers how to launch aquaponics enterprises to adapt to climate change—including access to financing, links to buyers and ongoing technical support for sustainability. Learn more at ... See more

6 days ago

Feeling in the mood for a comforting but healthy stew but aren’t sure where to start? If you’re INMED South Africa’s KG Manyaga, you start with a freshly caught catfish from an INMED #Aquaponics system! In a stewpot over medium heat, saute diced onion, carrot and bell peppers in vegetable oil until tender. Add minced garlic, paprika, cumin, coriander and turmeric and cook, stirring constantly, for 2 minutes.
Add a can of diced tomatoes, broth, tangerine zest and bay leaf. Cover and bring to a boil. Add diced potatoes and cook for 10 minutes.

Season your cleaned and diced catfish with ... See more

1 week ago
Singing for Health

What a sweet way to start the week! Tap your toes as our Crescer Saudável preschoolers in Petrolina, Brazil learn about healthy eating and growing strong through song. It’s just one of the ways our INMED team at INMED Parcerias para Crianças uses fun, participatory education to teach children about the importance of good nutrition and healthy choices.

In partnership with the #MonsantoFund, Crescer Saudável (Growing Healthy) is benefiting more than 30,000 children at 117 preschools, as well as nearly 60,000 family and community members. Learn more at ... See more

1 week ago
Answering the Call for Well-being in Brazil with Partner INMED (Brazil)

Our Para Crianças team in Brazil is busily preparing to launch Phase III of our Health in Action program with the Mondelēz International Foundation in Pará, Brazil. Phase III will include physical education activities, classroom education on nutrition and healthy lifestyles, and aquaponics. Stay tuned for more updates on how INMED and Mondelēz are putting Health in Action in Brazil. Mondelēz International #HealthinAction

Watch our Foundation's work in Brazil with NGOs INMED Partnerships for Children and Institute for Sports Education (IEE) as they team up to expand Health in ...

1 week ago

Our Health in Action mascot for INMED South Africa needs a name! What to do? Of course, ask our kids! Stay tuned for the results of our Health in Action Bear naming contest. Leave your comments below if you have a good idea!

1 week ago

Did you know that January is National Mentoring Month? Our caring mentors at the INMED Opportunity Center play a vital role in helping disadvantaged children build self-confidence, achieve stability and improve their academic performance. Mentors help us create pathways for at-risk children and families achieve self-reliance and success. Would you like to become a mentor? Contact Yahaira Hanon at to learn how.

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Do you love fresh vegetables but don't have space for a traditional garden? Try a mini aquaponics system like this one at the home of our INMED South Africa Operations Manager Janet Ogilvie. This all-natural farming process requires no chemical pesticides or fertilizers, consumes 90% less water than a traditional garden, produces year-round harvests and is resilient to severe weather events. Visit to learn more.

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