All the World
Issue Date: 1 October 2003
October - December 2003
Vol 41 No 4
Development special edition: Partners in Mission, and articles on projects in Tanzania, Myanmar, South America, Indonesia Pakistan and Angola
|In this issue:|
|Editorial: Many Francs|
A generous gift reaches around the world, and into the heart
|From the Top: Partners in Mission|
General John Larsson talks about the Army as an 'astonishing network of generosity', exemplified by its International Self-Denial Fund
|UK/Tanzania: Big Mother is Watching You|
‘Mama Mkubwa’, Kiswahili for ‘Big Mother’, is a project developed by The Salvation Army’s Tanzania Command to provide an answer to the growing issue of AIDS orphans being left uncared for in communities – funded through the UK
|Norway/Myanmar: Cautious but Fearless|
The Salvation Army in Norway helps the people of Myanmar through a community and home-based HIV/AIDS programme
|Canada/South America: The Key to Success|
In the South America West Territory, The Salvation Army’s Canada and Bermuda Territory has worked closely with its colleagues from The Salvation Army Australia Development Office (SAADO) and, of course, the local people.
|Australia/Indonesia: Back to the Frontier|
The Salvation Army in Indonesia is on a pioneering mission to develop communities and meet people at their point of need. As part of this ‘new frontier’ work, the Army has now commenced working in the province of Papua, previously known as Irian Jaya – funded through Australia.
|USA/Angola: From Destruction to Reconstruction|
The USA-based Salvation Army World Service Office (SAWSO) has made a commitment to bring healing, help and hope to many people in Angola, where extensive unemployment and under-deployment affect more than half the country’s 10 million inhabitants.
|Switzerland/Pakistan: A Right to Learn|
The Salvation Army’s Mother and Child Health Education (MACHE) Project in Pakistan, supported by the Switzerland, Austria and Hungary Territory, is producing amazing results and bringing about profound changes in the lives of many women and children, particularly girls.