All the World
Issue Date 1 April 2006
Editorial: Keep it Real; From the top: Thoughts from the new General; Pakistan: Signs of hope in the earthquake-devastated mountains; Indonesia: A new ministry in a former Salvation Army leper colony; Kenya: Taking the first steps to deal with a major famine; Brazil: Fulfilling a vision to bring sight in a shanty town; Poverty: How successful was the campaign to Make Poverty History?
April - June 2006
Vol 44 No 2
|In this issue:|
|Editorial: Keep it Real|
Writing about the people we care about, and caring about the people we write about
|From the Top|
General Shaw Clifton speaks about his experience of Salvation Army service on five continents
|Let us Play|
Captain Mike McKee returns to the earthquake-stricken area of Pakistan to find that children are playing again in the very place where their homes and many of their family members and friends were lost.
|Gone but not Forgotten|
Rudi Tinga visits a colony for lepers in Pulau Si Canang, Indonesia
|The Fight for Water|
An estimated 11 million people in Djibouti, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia and Tanzania are facing food shortages because of a drought that has ravaged the region. Many people in the drought-hit region will die unless families are given food and water.
|Vision – the Gift of Sight|
Captains Sarah and Richard Oliver serve as corps officers of Cubatão Corps, Brazil, and administrators of a school reinforcement project to help children with their schoolwork – which in many cases means providing them with corrective eyeglasses
|The Year of Opportunity|
The theory behind the 'Make Poverty History' campaign was great, but, asks Duncan Parker, what was actually achieved?
Map of the world showing emergency situations since 2001 where assistance has been provided by The Salvation Army International Emergency Services