All the World
Issue Date: 1 January 2009
Editorial: Good Olds and Good News; Myanmar: Rebuilding homes and lives after Cyclone Nargis; Kuwait: New ministry focuses on foreign workers; Ukraine: Providing food and help to people living on a waste dump; Brazil: Education and other services bring hope in a favela; Haiti: Making a difference to the poorest of the poor; USA: Learning lessons after floods hit Iowa.
January - April 2009
Vol 47 No 1
|In this issue:|
|Editorial: Good Olds and Good News|
Editor Kevin Sims reflects on All the World reaching its 125th year of publication.
|Me, a Motorbike and Moving Moments|
Major Wendy Caffull reports on the challenges being faced by the emergency relief workers in Myanmar (Burma) and the huge impact their work is having on the lives of people who lost everything in the destruction caused by Cyclone Nargis.
|Understated but not Undervalued|
Major David Rees journeyed to Kuwait to spend time with the newly arrived officers, Majors Mike and Teresa Hawley from the USA Southern Territory, and to report back to International Headquarters on the work that was being undertaken
|Lifting Up the Lost|
Simone Worthing tells how The salvation Army is working to reclaim the lives of those who live on the city rubbish dump outside Novi Poselak in Ukraine.
|The Heart of the Community|
The Salvation Army is right in the heart of Vila dos Pescadores, a shanty town (favela in Portuguese) on the outskirts of Cubato in Brazil. Some would say it is the heart of the community!
|A Salvationist Stronghold|
Christopher Priest describes some of the Army's work in Haiti, the poorest country in the Western hemisphere
|Trash and Treasure|
The local Salvation Army (itself with a basement full of water) responds to the needs of the victims of the '200-year' flood that inundated the towns along the Cedar River in Iowa, USA, in JUne 2008
|Back Cover Poster: Calendar|
Annual planner for 2009