Crisis Nurseries

Thank you for rescuing Daniel!

Daniel got lost in the big Lusaka central produce market. The police found him wandering the streets and brought him to the Bill and Bette Bryant Crisis Nursery.
Thanks to your donations, he was fed a great meal, got a hot bath, some clean clothes, and was prayed for. Exhausted, he finally slept.
Your donations help care for children like Daniel until they can be reunited with their families. Each week Movie TV (MTV) in Zambia broadcasts a “live” segment of a lost child, many of whom are at one of our homes. Zambians throughout the nation watch this program.
Thankfully, someone who knew Daniel was watching. He went back to his family last week! 
Opened in November of 2003, this home is named in honor of Dr. and Mrs. William T. Bryant, former Executive Director of The Outreach Foundation. The Bill and Bette Bryant Crisis Nursery is one of several crisis nurseries in Zambia.
Your partnership with us in caring for the least of these in Jesus’ name is appreciated. Many children, orphaned or abandoned, stay at these homes until they are adopted or a foster parent becomes available.

Ebralie Mwizerwa
Projects Coordinator