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Salvation Army at centre of hurricane relief

12th October | 0 Comments

NEWS RELEASE: The Salvation Army has been mobilising emergency food and shelter services in both Haiti and the south-eastern states of the USA in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew, which has ravaged...
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Hurricane Matthew in Haiti

7th October | 0 Comments

The Salvation Army in Haiti Assesses Damage Caused by Hurricane Matthew London, 5 October 2016/IHQ/ – THE Salvation Army in Haiti is assessing the damage caused by Hurricane Matthew and putting...
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Thank you for helping Europe's poorest people

23rd September | 0 Comments

The Republic of Moldova is a landlocked country in Eastern Europe that became independent when the Soviet Union collapsed in 1991. Its people are now the poorest in Europe, scarred from decades of war...
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You helped villagers rebuild after the earthquake

23rd September | 0 Comments

Your gifts have seen temporary shelters, safe water and grants for permanent homes given  to  55 families who lost nearly everything in 2015. The villagers of rural Nepal to the west of Kath...
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Giving refugees comfort and care

23rd September | 0 Comments

From a hot drink and a place to sleep to language lessons, people from the world's most troubled places are finding comfort.  The recent mass exodus of more than a million Middle Eastern refugees...
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For a Happier Tomorrow

23rd September | 0 Comments

Children in Haiti have the hope of a better future, through your kind support for their education. Haiti was once known as the 'Pearl of the Antilles'. But by 2010, people there were struggling with p...
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A Spring of Hope for Kenya

29th February | 0 Comments

Every minute, somewhere in the world, a child dies from a preventable water-borne disease. But you can help stop these unnecessary deaths and bring hope to communities. The Water, Sanitation and Healt...
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Helping Farmers from the Ground Up

29th February | 0 Comments

An unkind climate and poor soil fertility can be a farmer’s worst enemy. In the Rigo district of Papua New Guinea, these conditions leave local vegetable farmers struggling to grow quality, co...
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Restoring Homes and Hope in Vanuatu

29th February | 0 Comments

In March 2015, Vanuatu experienced one of its worst natural disasters when Cyclone Pam struck the South Pacific island. Thousands of people were displaced and crops were destroyed. The people living...
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Small Loan - Big Change

29th February | 0 Comments

Living in Myanmar, a South-east Asian country where approximately 32 per cent of the population lives in poverty, Makyi San and her husband were struggling to make ends meet. Thanks to your donations...
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