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Feb27ThuTwo cadets, from The Salvation Army College for Officers Training in the Philippines, embark on a journey to the far corners of the country in hopes of locating missing family members. February 27, 2014
Without any order or communication, many people were unable to verify the safety of their families and loved ones after Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines. Two cadets, from The Salvation Army College for Officers Training in the Philippines, embark on a journey to the far corners of the country in hopes of locating missing family members.
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A great journey of faith, hope and courage, these two cadets show stregnth beyond what the Majors and Captains could ever imagine. Allowing us to post on their behalf, The Salvation Army International Headquarters and The Salvation Army Vision Network have teamed together to make this heartfelt journey come to life.
World Missions is working with partners to begin a project in the Philippines that would help the affected bring life back to normal and bring hope to their communities. Manjita Biswas, Program Director for Overseas Projects, recently returned from the Philippines and will be sharing her story on our next issue of Global Link.
Canadians have donated over $600,000 to The Salvation Army since the diasaster on November 8, 2013. On behalf of World Missions, thank you for your generous support!