Since 1986, our founding organization, INMED Partnerships for Children (based in the USA), has built alliances with public- and private-sector partners in more than 100 countries to create pathways for disadvantaged children and families to achieve well-being and self-reliance, and to equip them to shape a brighter future for themselves and the next generation.
Today, INMED Partnerships for Children, is focusing its efforts on children and their families in Brazil, Jamaica, Peru, South Africa, and the United States.
The effects of global climate change have been particularly devastating to Caribbean nations. To address these challenges, INMED Partnerships for Children established INMED Caribbean, which was officially incorporated as an NGO in Jamaica in 2010. Read more about INMED Caribbean.
Since 1994, INMED Partnerships for Children’s Loudoun County programs has been creating pathways for disadvantaged children and their families to achieve success and self-reliance. Read more about INMED Partnerships for Children…