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Emergency Relief

Latest Emergency Relief News
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Emergency Services
To advise and assist the territories in India with emergency services.

Contact :

Executive Secretary: Lt. Colonel N. J. Vijayalakshmi
Postal Address: Flat No. A-404, Oreroi Gardens, Thakur Village, Kandivili (East),
Mumbai - 400101, Maharastra

Phone : [91] (022) 9820897669; Fax: [91] (022) 2884 4340
email: indianationalemergencyservicesconsultant@salvationarmy.org

1. Feeding programmes

Hunger can be one of the frightening issues in India.
Apart from ensuring adequate nutrition for those in residential care, there are a number of feeding programmes on Salvation Army premises, or sometimes on roadside venues.

2. Disaster relief

With the support of its international organization The Salvation Army is able to quickly respond to emergencies for victims of floods, fires, earthquakes and other traumatic events.

Hide details for Scenes from Salvation Army Disaster Relief Operations during the Gujarat Earthquake 2001.Scenes from Salvation Army Disaster Relief Operations during the Gujarat Earthquake 2001.

Scenes from Salvation Army Disaster Relief Operations during the Gujarat Earthquake 2001.



Major Edwin Masih, Divisional Commander, Batala headed a relief team in the centre of town, following a fire among the dwellings of migrant labourers.
(from News & Prayer Bulletin, Northern Territory, April/June 2003)

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