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Stay up to date with what The Salvation Army is up to internationally.
General Andre Cox

General André Cox calls for end to extreme poverty

13 Apr | 2015

General André Cox joins global faith leaders in call for commitment to end extreme poverty by 2030.

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New International Theological Council Meets for First Time

2 Apr | 2015

The International Theological Council (formerly known as the International Doctrine Council) has met for the first time under its new name and charter at Sunbury Court, near London.

Salvation Army staff loading a plane in Vanuatu with emergency supplies

The Salvation Army help remote Vanuatu Communities

2 Apr | 2015

The Salvation Army is continuing its response in Vanuatu to people affected by Cyclone Pam, with particular focus on three remote communities on the island of Tanna.

One Hundred Days Until Boundless 2015 Begins!

25 Mar | 2015

Excitement is building in the lead-up to The Salvation Army’s 150th anniversary international congress, Boundless – The Whole World Redeeming

General Eva Burrows

Celebrating the Life of General Eva Burrows

23 Mar | 2015

Salvationists of the world join in saluting one of the great Army leaders of modern times, General Eva Burrows.

destruction in Port Vila Vanuatu, following Tropical Cyclone Pam

Salvation Army Gets Behind World Vision’s Vanuatu Appeal

18 Mar | 2015

The Salvation Army is calling on its supporters to donate to World Vision’s appeal.

Salvation Army Advertising Campaign Becomes Worldwide Phenomenon

9 Mar | 2015

An innovative Salvation Army campaign in South Africa to raise awareness of domestic abuse has taken social media by storm.

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International Day of Prayer for Children 2015 Resources Now Available

19 Feb | 2015

Last Sunday in March set aside as International Day of Prayer for Children.

Flooding in Malawi

The Salvation Army in Malawi Responds to Devastating Floods

2 Feb | 2015

More than 300 people are reported to be dead or missing, and Colonel Moses Wandulu (Territorial Commander, Malawi) reports that houses, livestock, food and crops have been swept away, leaving survivors with nothing.


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