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Second Interim Report to Donors In Respect Of Development of 1 Hectare Site 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.


James Windsor of Quest Interiors supports the cause by completing gruelling sporting challenges to raise sponsorship which is generously donated to 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 second interim report which highlights the progress that has been made possible thanks to their donation of funds

Since the first interim report in December 2013, there has been much progress, not only in terms of building, but the Bright Future Kids Club team are now able to utilise the site for programs that will benefit the community.

During the last 8 months, the Bright Future Kids Club team have been working hard on the development of the site and have made some fantastic progress with the project. The site facilities now include toilets, water storage, a volleyball court, a 5 aside football pitch, a temporary netball court, an impressive brick entrance and an agricultural training area.

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The Bright Future Kids Club team are actively seeking assistance from an organisation they have worked with before, Foundations for Farming, in teaching new and more effective techniques of growing food in this low-rainfall environment.

The aim is for the training to start as the rainy season arrives (Oct/Nov) but a number of groups have begun cultivating small patches of land, possible at this time of year only because of the installation of the water towers to which we have water delivered from time to time.

At this stage, much of the work on the Nehemiah Project is considered “temporary” within the planning rules of Bulawayo City Council and the work has been prioritised with the aim of bringing the site to life whilst we got plans drawn up and submitted to the council for approval.

Since the 1st interim report, the site has been brought to life, and plans for the major structures have been approved by City Council.

Andy Thorn of the Bright Future Kids club team said:

Thanks to your generous support and your belief in us, development of this strategic site is on schedule. Once completed, it is almost impossible to over-estimate the positive impact that a well-run and managed Centre of this type can have. It has the potential to reach thousands and those impacted will, in turn, go and have a positive influence on others having a cumulative effect on the entire community. In the meantime, the investment is already paying off. People are already feeling the positive benefit and this can only expand and improve as time goes on.”

For more information about the project, click here

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