Salvation Army World Service Office’s (SAWSO) mission is to support and strengthen The Salvation Army’s efforts to work hand in hand with communities to improve the health, economic and spiritual conditions of the poor throughout the world.
SAWSO is the primary mechanism through which the U.S. Salvation Army engages in international health, relief and community development work around the world. The Salvation Army is currently active in 126 countries and SAWSO partners in our work with 230 Salvation Army health clinics and over 15,000 faith communities worldwide. Our primary areas of work are: economic strengthening, disaster relief, orphans/vulnerable children, and primary health care for the poor, including work on HIV/AIDS, maternal health, and child survival.
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Disaster prevention and preparedness project in Japan
Every division will be expected to store proper relief materials for proper place. Foods and materials expiration date is usually five years and this project will provide two times for five years, total ten years... Learn more
Last updated November 22, 2016
Health project in Kenya
The goal of the Nairobi Urban Community Health Project is to decrease morbidity and improve health status among children under five and women of reproductive age in eight villages in Nairobi s informal settlements.... Learn more
Last updated November 17, 2016