About Jeremy & Susan Beebout
Beyond the gates of the compound stretches a busy dirt road bordered by small shops, a warehouse, and many worn down mud-brick houses. This is just one corner of Niamey, Niger’s capital, where its one million residents are daily confronted with the challenges of climate, unemployment, and lack of basic necessities including food and basic health care. The compound is home to CADR, the development office of the Evangelical Church of the Republic of Niger. Clinique Olivia is part of CADR, as well as a new nursing school and a guesthouse.
The Beebouts work at CADR and at Clinique Olivia, which provides affordable healthcare to folks from all over the country who regularly battle with recurrent malaria, diarrhea, and respiratory infections. The clinic and CADR staff have created a welcoming community where health issues and other challenges, life stories, and faith in God are shared.