About Oasis Village Trust

Oasis Village seeks to help orphans, widows and the community at large. It provides vulnerable children accommodation, education and food.  The children are also encouraged to develop talents and abilities through music and sports. Christianity and teaching the Word of God, through love and actions, is fundamental in everything we do. We want to see our children go far and achieve their dreams and we will do whatever we can to make this possible.

We also seek to promote quality education through our primary school, Mountainside Primary. We provide good quality education, at an affordable price and our aim is to encourage children to read from an early age by introducing phonics.

We want to reach as many people as possible with the Good News of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and with this in mind, many churches have been planted in Zambia and surrounding African countries.

We want to see Jesus glorified, and to be an asset to our surrounding community, and to have a lasting impact on people’s lives in Zambia.

The Big Picture

The aim of Oasis Village is to provide a home for orphans and vulnerable children. In a homely environment the children will feel loved, secure and have a sense of belonging. In addition to accommodation Oasis will provide for the educational, physical, spiritual and medical needs. Most of the children may have had a difficult beginning but we believe that they will finish well. Another target group that Oasis tends to help is widows. These ladies will be empowered by being given preference for employment as house mums.

We’re so humbled to have this privilege to make a difference in the lives of these children. We are so grateful for your prayers and financial support.

The Visionaries

Ziso and Nicki Moyo, with their three children Zach, Zoe and Zara, are the visionaries behind Oasis Village. The family lived in Zambia, but have recently relocated to N. Ireland for the sake of their children’s education. Ziso is still currently based in Ndola and the whole family continues to be very much involved in the project.

Moyo Family