All the World
Issue Date 1 January 2006
Editorial: 'Every Silver Lining'; From the top: Thoughts from the General; Norway: Soccer tournament shows homeless men a whole new world; Pakistan: Providing tents and more in the earthquake-devastated mountain regions; After the shock: Images from The Salvation Army’s response to the Pakistan earthquake;
Sri Lanka: Giving back some independence to a 13-year-old tsunami victim; USA: Large-scale disaster relief puts people first
January - March 2006
Vol 44 No 1
|In this issue:|
|Editorial: Every Silver Lining|
People have found silver linings to the darkest, dirtiest clouds imaginable. And in many instances, the threads of silver have been highlighted by The Salvation Army.
|From the Top: What is the General for?|
Gary Pitt was was the junior soldier chosen to interview the General in a video presentation made to mark 2005 being The Salvation Army’s Year for Children and Youth, to be shown at a Salvation Army congress in London.
|With the World at their Feet|
Men who are either homeless or undergoing treatment for substance addiction represent their countries in the Homeless World Cup soccer tournament.
|Journey into the Unknown|
Katie Baddams, a member of the International Headquarters Communications Section, tells in words and pictures the story of her first Emergency Services deployment – helping victims of the Pakistan earthquake
|After the Shock|
Salvation Army responses to the Pakistan earthquake disaster in photographs
|Smiles on Wheels|
Thajani, a 13-year-old girl in Jaffna, Sri Lanka, suffers with cerebral palsy and has no use in her legs. Now she is more independent than she has ever been thanks to a gift from a Salvation Army corps (church) in England
Hurricane Katrina hit the United States of America with devastating force, and less than four weeks later Hurricane Rita approached the same coastline. The Salvation Army’s response was huge and impressive.
An attractive 'All the World' calendar for 2006 downloadable as a poster in A3 and A4 sizes