Oasis currently works in Belgium, India, Kyrgyzstan, Mozambique, South Africa, Uganda, the UK and Zimbabwe.
Oasis activities around the world may look different depending on context and need, but we are united by a shared ethos and vision for community – a place where everyone is included, making a contribution and reaching their God-given potential.
Depending on local need, Oasis global hubs work to empower children and adults. We are involved in everything from early years education to anti-trafficking and football clubs to micro-businesses.
For more information about the work Oasis does in each country please click on the links below.
If you would like to donate, please use the button below. You’ll find a ‘leave us a message’ box in the donation form where you can state which country project you would like to support.
We provide social protection to vulnerable youth and women by increasing their potential and legal literacy for successful integration into society.
In Belgium we support migrant women who are victims of domestic abuse and exploitation and their children. Our Buurtbar mobile café project helps to connect isolated elderly people to community.
We operate a diverse range of exciting and empowering projects in the cities of Beira, Maputo and Pemba which include: Early Childhood Development, Adult Literacy, WASH projects, Trauma Interventions and anti-human trafficking.
We give impoverished children the best start in education through pre-schools in partnership with local churches in the high-density suburbs of Harare. We are also training community sexual violence responders to help survivors access immediate medical and legal support, and to process and recover from trauma, so they can build hopeful and sustainable futures.
Oasis has hubs in Kampala the capital, Pader in the North and Mbale in the East. Within these three communities Oasis provide holistic care including Health and Wellbeing, Livelihoods, Family Empowerment and Education and runs multiple projects designed to support the whole community.
Oasis began its work in India in 1993 in Mumbai and now also works in the cities of Bangalore and Chennai and some the rural communities. Our work is either involved in the building of community hubs, where we take an integrated approach to community transformation, or anti-human trafficking work.
Oasis Academies in the UK are partnered with our work around the world. Pupils learn from one another, gain an insight into about one another’s culture and share expertise.
There are also opportunities to staff and students to volunteer.
All our Oasis Global Hubs raise their own funding for their projects. However, in emergencies, such as the Covid pandemic and the recent cyclone in Mozambique, Oasis Global steps in to help out.
If you would like to give to our International Emergency Fund you can do so using the donate button below. Even a small donation can go a long way in some countries where we work.
Please donate via the button below. If you would like your gift to go to Oasis’ work in a specific country, please state the name in the donation form ‘Leave a message’ box.