Community Outreach

Agricultural Assistance

The Salvation Army run an Agricultural Assistance program that gives loans and agricultural supplies to farmers to help improve their livelihood. Currently we help on average 10 families per month per region, and we employ 1 officer and 1 trainer. We work within the following regions:

Livelihood Support

The Salvation Army run a Livelihood Support project where families, dependent on need and location, are given assistance in the form of a pedicab unit or, in the case of agricultural farmers, 2-3 goats. This project is to not only support the livelihood of these people, but also help the local economy. We currently serve on average 10 families per month per region and employ 1 officer and 1 trainer for each location. We work within the following regions:

Micro-credit/Enterprise Loan Fund

The Salvation Army runs a Micro-credit/Enterprise Loan Fund for small-scale start-up capital and additional capital for existing businesses; with the loan capital being returned within 3 months. It currently serves on average 14 families per region per month, and employee 1 officer and is provided additional support from local volunteers. They currently work within the following regions:

Programs for Minorities

The Salvation Army runs Programs for Minorities, which support literacy learning and agriculture infrastructure of indigenous populations. The children who attend are provided with necessary school supplies for learning and farmers are provided with gardening supplies and other necessary tools to survive. We currently serve on average 35-40 children and 50 adults, and employ 1 full-time officer and have additional help from local volunteers. We currently work within the following regions:

Anti-Human Trafficking Project

The Salvation Army runs an Anti-Human Trafficking Project that aims to help the local communities combat human trafficking issues, and provide assessed needs for those affected. We currently serve on average 85 people per region per month and are supported by 5 local volunteers. We currently work within the following regions:

Drop In Centre for Trafficking Survivors

The Salvation Army run a Drop In Center for Trafficking Survivors, which provide care and support for rescued survivors. Our centres currently serve, on average, 15 women and children per month per region, and employ 2 full-time staff. We work within the current regions: