In an eight-part series, New Frontier is exploring the United Nations’ eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to eradicate poverty and achieve basic human rights for all people, and detailing Salvation Army work to accomplish the goals.
The Salvation Army in Paraguay recently observed its centennial, with celebrations that both looked to the future and recalled significant past achievements in this country of limited resources, political turmoil and economic difficulties.
On March 1, 2010, a landslide on the slopes of Mount Elgon in eastern Uganda destroyed the village of Nametsi. At least 350 people were killed and the Ugandan Military is still looking for bodies. An excavator had to be
Boats painted with Salvation Army colors and featuring the Army shield were presented to several families whose lives were devastated by the 2010 earthquake and tidal wave in Chile. The Salvation Army South America West’s Southern Division, based in the
Seven years ago the Salvation Army opened a children’s activity room in the Turlock Corps Community Center. The room has been used every day during the school year as an after-school study room. Major Debi Shrum [Turlock corps officer] of
New Zealand—NZ Management magazine and global business consulting company Hay Group have rated The Salvation Army New Zealand’s “Most Reputable” not-for-profit organization. Evaluators based their decisions on effective leadership, well-developed strategic plans and objectives, transforming lives