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October 15th 2015
| by Joss

This Anti-Slavery Day (Sunday 18 October) read about The Salvation Army’s response to Human Trafficking in the Philippines which supports communities affected by trafficking.

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October 9th 2015
| by Joss

This issue of DEVELOP is all about transformation. Read about the different ways we're seeing lives transformed in the communities we are working alongside.

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September 29th 2015
| by Joss

The Salvation Army’s International Development department (SAID UK) and Children’s Ministries Unit (CMU) have just relaunched Change 4 Change, a fundraising campaign created by children.

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September 15th 2015
| by Joss

Over the past year the International Development UK Engagement team have travelled length and breadth of the country to deliver talks and workshops to a variety of Salvation Army groups.

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August 19th 2015
| by Joss

Since being involved in the savings group, Mponda no longer relies on her husband to buy household essentials

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July 20th 2015
| by Joss

Summer is here at last; the sun is shining, the flowers are in full bloom and the bees are buzzing! 

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June 19th 2015
| by Joss

On Wednesday (17 June), The Salvation Army joined with over 9000 people in Westminster to lobby their MP’s and speak up for the things they love that are threatened by climate change.

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June 5th 2015
| by Joss

On Wednesday 17 June thousands of people from all across the UK will come together in London for The Climate Coalition’s ‘Speak Up’ lobby.

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May 12th 2015
| by Joss

The Salvation Army's emergency response team in Nepal has carried out its first large-scale distribution, taking essential food items to members of remote mountain communities.

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April 27th 2015
| by Joss

The Salvation Army is responding after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal early on Saturday morning (April 25), devastating the capital region of Kathmandu. Early reports suggest that more than 3,400 people have died

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