Alice is the Committee and Secretary member for the CIGA project in her community, Emuhondo in Bunyore Division. Alice has 5 children and is a widow. Before the project she already had 11 chickens tha...
Take a look at the 2018 SAID annual report and read how clean water and new toilets has changed the lives of children and teachers in a Kenyan school.
Your support means that these children now have a... Read full story
A GENERATION RISKS ILLITERACY
Haiti has one of the worst, least regulated education systems in the world. Only 85.4 per cent of Haitian children are enrolled and just 61 per cent of adults are literat... Read full story
FROM NON-PERSON TO OFFICIAL RECOGNITION
Imagine if you moved to a new state and then the government denied your existence. No healthcare, no education, no voting rights, no government services at all.... Read full story
We take a lot for granted in Australia. One of those things is the ability to access credit and loans in order to generate income. In developing countries, people often face many barriers to accessing... Read full story
A LITTLE GOES A LONG WAY
After Daw Shwe Lone was widowed, she remarried a much older man in poor health and became sole breadwinner for the couple and their young son. They had no home of their own, s... Read full story
WATER EXPEDITES EDUCATION
Schools change lives, but children have to attend to absorb the knowledge. In Africa, pupils often miss school because they spend long hours transporting water for their fami... Read full story
A WHOLE NEW LIFE
Human trafficking is increasing, and young women in Nepal are particularly vulnerable* – lack of formal education, training and job opportunities make them more likely to accep... Read full story
Water - The Source of Health and Hope
In 1998, a possible contamination of Sydney’s drinking water caused widespread alarm and three million people were advised to boil their drinking wat... Read full story
The Salvation Army acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures; and to elders both past and present.