INMED Partnerships for Children is an international humanitarian development organization that builds pathways for vulnerable children, families and communities to achieve well-being and self-reliance. In this time of global pandemic, INMED's teams around the world are focused on helping at-risk populations survive the coronavirus and thrive in its aftermath. INMED's emergency relief efforts dovetail with its ongoing work with multi-sector partners and in-country affiliates to build effective systems that deliver innovative and sustainable approaches to break complex cycles of poverty for current and future generations. INMED's programs in adaptive agriculture/aquaponics, maternal/child health, nutrition/healthy lifestyles education, and economic development have transformed the lives of millions of children and their families since 1986. Current program regions include Latin America, the Caribbean, Southern Africa and the United States.
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