Drilling for  water, caring for life

Nehemiah Construction Ministries U.K.

Registered Charity No: 1129983

Here on this page you will find news and videos about the charity and the kind of things that Nehemiah Construction Ministries U.K. is involved in.  We hope you enjoy what you find.  If you have any feedback or comments, please contact us via the contact us page.


The following photographs were taken in December 2017 when a borehole was successfully drilled in the remote village of Lobok.  During this time the drilling rig and equipment was safely stored in Rick Strickland’s compound in Kanyao.  Prior to the drilling, surveys had been carried out by two of the Trustees, Les Saunders and John Harrison, plus the official water engineer/surveyor.

The Borehole at Waitaluk was drilled in 2017 and was funded by people in the north east of England. Fundraising was spearheaded by Roy Lemberger. In the Spring of 2018, Nehemiah Construction Ministries UK Trustee, John Harrison visited the site of the borehole to make checks. Everything was working and functioning  and the borehole producing a good yield.

 In the rainy season, heavy, tropical rain means that outside work has to stop for a couple of hours.


Charity Brochure

Click the link below to see the charity brochure that will give you an overview of what we do.

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Click the link below to see the latest newsletter from Nehemiah Construction Ministries U.K.

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Click the link to see the prayer diary from February 2016 from Nehemiah Construction Ministries U.K.

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Below are a selection of videos that show a variety of things from projects we are involved with, to a dvd that you are able to purchase (created to raise funds for the charity), to a the reason we need to use a 4x4 vehicle whilst in Kenya.