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First Interim Report to Donors In Respect Of Development of 1 Hectare Site for the Nehemiah Project

Quest Interiors’ chosen charity is the Nehemiah Project. Nehemiah Project was started in 2001 as a response to the HIV/AIDS pandemic sweeping across southern Africa.

Construction Director James Windsor supports the cause by completing gruelling sporting challenges to raise sponsorship which is generously donated to the charity. Earlier this year, James and his University friend Adam Strudwick from HLW Architects completed a triathlon which raised an impressive £3000 for the charity.

Ruth and Andy Thorn founded the Nehemiah Project and on behalf of Bright Future Kids Club team and Nehemiah AIDS Relief Project, have provided donors with the first interim report which highlights the progress that has been made possible thanks to their donation of funds.

During 2010/2011 a vision was cast to acquire a site in Cowdray Park, Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, on behalf of Nehemiah AIDS Relief Project in order to properly support the expansion of the project’s relief work into this high density, needy suburb.

Cowdray Park

A proposal for such a venture was submitted to Bulawayo City Council in 2012. By this time the vision had developed more specific aims and objectives and the detail was included within the proposal to support the project’s application for the allocation of a one hectare site.


  • A more suitable venue for existing Kids Club work.
  • A suitable venue for kids club “day-camps” incorporating psycho-social support work, peer leadership and life skills training, child-headed household support and the like.
  • A place to expand the existing community farming training program with training allotments for practical work.
  • Sports facility. Netball, basketball, volleyball, 5 aside soccer and any other sport that the land will support in terms of size and terrain.
  • Enterprise training centre for trade & business skills teaching, inviting expertise in (carpenters, plumbers, electricians, hairdressers, caterers, tailors and the like) to teach trade and business skills.
  • Different weekly and periodical support “clinics” including:-
    • Mother/caregiver & Toddler group.
    • Educational support, homework clubs and holiday lessons/revision opportunities.
    • Healthy living support clinics.
    • Counselling.
    • Bereavement work.
    • Pregnancy support (via links with medical NGOs)
    • Immunisation programs. (Including via links with medical NGOs)
    • Food security support (via agencies that operate such programs)
    • Birth registration assistance.
    • Day conference facility.

To read the information on all of the developments of this project, download the interim report here: 


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