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HERD - Community Development Project

HERD Trust has started working with Mpisi School on a project focusing on both mental and physical well-being. Through a Nutrition Project we can assist in the physical well-being of developing school children through supplementary nutrition and a community vegetable garden. Through the Scouts Program we will introduce extra curricular activities at the school that will assist in mental and personal development.

HERD Trust has started working with Mpisi School on a project focusing on both mental and physical well-being. Through a Nutrition Project we can assist in the physical well-being of developing school children through supplementary nutrition and a community vegetable garden. Through the Scouts Program we will introduce extra curricular activities at the school that will assist in mental and personal development.

The Nkosi supplementary bar contains essential macro nutrients crucial for the development of children under the age of 6, and will be provided to Mpisi School on a monthly basis. The pupils will be weighed before the Nkosi Bar program is started to establish a base line to determine the effectiveness of the bar going forward. The Vegetable Garden will be erected at the school and will further support this as children are provided meals at school, in order to ensure a more comprehensive ration

How Can You Help?

Contribute to:

  1. Nkosi Bars For 150 Children For One Month = R13 500.00
  2. Two Trips to Mpisi School = R12 348,00
  3. Vegetable Seeds = R4 000
  4. Fruit Trees = R2 000
  5. Top Soil = R2 000
  6. Scale and Measuring Tape = R1 000
  7. Scouts Badges For 50 Children = R 5 432
  8. Scouts Training for 50 Children = R6 882
  9. Scout Mantle for 50 Children = R10 864
  10. Colourful Paint - For Vegetable Garden = R7 560

This project will improve the long term development of children both physically and mentally through a combination of the Community Vegetable Garden, Nkosi Bar and the Scouts project. As much of the critical development takes place during these stages of life. The success of this project has the potential to chart the course for included individuals future development.

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