Fair Christmas Fayre, now in its ninth year, will take place on Saturday 10th December at Regent Hall Salvation Army.
No person can be defined in one word. We are beautifully complex creatures, shaped by the place we are born, people we meet and situations we encounter. Yet for some women, the way they are treated and defined is determined only by their gender.
More people have a mobile phone than a toilet in our world today.
Christmas, weddings, birthdays; we give gifts on many occasions and for many reasons. We give them to show we care. We give them to bring joy to the receiver. But what if the gifts we give could do more?
It is not uncommon for the complex issue of poverty to be reduced to the lack of possessions, or the physical resources we need to survive.
When asked how you picture poverty what comes to mind?
A Salvation Army project in Zimbabwe continues to change lives through the Helping-Hands Appeal.
As the theme for Earth Day 2016 is ‘Trees for the Earth’, we visit DRC to see how The Salvation Army is supporting mothers to use moringa trees to enrich the lives of their children.
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In Menkao people rely on growing cassava to survive. It is the one staple food consumed by most people in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).