All the World
Issue Date: 1 April 2008
Editorial: Don't Despair; Malawi: New life for children rescued from traffickers; Zimbabwe: Photojournalist Doug MacLellan returns to Howard Hospital; Sri Lanka: The Haven lives up to its name for women in danger; Uganda: Making Kenyan refugees feel at home; Rwanda: Latest emergency response in the country that changed the world; Korea: One hundred years of struggle and triumph.
April - June 2008
Vol 46 No 2
|In this issue:|
The editor hopes this issue will open your eyes to the ways that ordinary people can be ‘more than conquerors’ and that it will inspire you to do the same
|Rescued – The Children Who Got Their Childhood Back|
Hayley Pearson shares the stories of some of the children in the Army's residential rehabilitation centre in Malawi for children who have been rescued and protected from trafficking
|Life in Colour|
Canadian photographer Doug MacLellan reports for All the World on a colourful return to Howard Hospital, Zimbabwe
|Too Many People|
The Salvation Army in Sri Lanka is taking up the struggle with its Combating Human Trafficking project. While awareness-raising programmes will cover the spectrum of children’s, youth and adult groups, the main focus will continue to be rescuing and helping women.
|Making the Best of a Situation|
The work we do and the assistance we provide is about individual people like Theresa, David Kamau, Ann Shigali, and others who are making the best of their situation.
|A Work in Progress|
Captain Elizabeth Hayward reports on the latest step in an emergency response that has had long-lasting effects in Rwanda and across the world
|One Hundred Years Old – And Still Growing!|
The year 2008 is an important one for The Salvation Army’s Korea Territory as it marks 100 years of ministry on the peninsula
|Back Cover: The Beat Goes On|
Download a PDF of the back page of All the World, featuring a photograph of boys at Howard High School, Zimbabwe, by Doug MacLellan and a poem by Kevin Sims.