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By Shar Davis - More than 500 women were blessed by the ministry of Commissioner Rosalie Peddle (World President of Women’s Ministries), Commissioner Bronwyn Buckingham (World Secretary for Women’s Ministries) and Captain Krista Andrews (Australia Territory) during a four-day visit that

New Zealand Salvationists provided support and transport for people affected by the March 15 mass shootings at two mosques in Christchurch. The attacks have claimed at least 49 lives. Members of The Salvation Army Christchurch City Corps are working at the

Australian Prime Minister thanks The Salvation Army for its relief efforts. The Salvation Army in Australia responded after severe rain caused major flooding in northern Queensland. In the coastal city of Townsville, the monsoon downpour amounted to in excess of one

By Victor Mondal and Major Bill Barthau - Four months after the 7.5-magnitude earthquake and subsequent tsunami caused massive damage to Central Sulawesi in Indonesia, The Salvation Army Indonesia Territory and International Emergency Services team continue in humanitarian support to many

The Salvation Army is providing thousands of meals to those impacted by Super Typhoon Yutu. Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) in the Western Territory provided continuous relief in the aftermath of Super Typhoon Yutu. The storm, which struck the Northern

Speaking from his ruined hometown, Lt. Colonel Yusak Tampai praises courage and determination of Salvationists and volunteers. Given the scale of destruction caused by the earthquake and tsunami in Palu, Indonesia, the emergency phase of The Salvation Army’s response is expected

More than a quarter of a million Filipinos have been adversely affected by Typhoon Ompong (also known as Typhoon Mangkhut), one of the strongest South China Sea storms in years. Northern parts of the Philippines have been most severely hit,

Recovery, medical and support work is continuing in Lombok, Indonesia, following the damaging July 29 earthquake and subsequent tremors. Following detailed assessments of needs and complex logistics planning, The Salvation Army is focusing on assisting families and individuals in seven

The Salvation Army in Indonesia is providing medical and other assistance to people affected by a series of earthquakes that hit the island of Lombok. While the current official death toll is 259 people, provincial officials and local media report