Date(s) - 15/03/2017
2:30 am - 4:00 am

The Salvation Army Auditorium

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The Salvation Army has a number of different programmes in various parts of the world that are designed to improve the economic status and security of local communities. Many of these involve the women of the community, allowing them some form of income generation and leading to improved status and empowerment within those communities. In this presentation we will view these initiatives and what has been accomplished.


Lt. Colonel Eirwen Pallant – Deputy Director for the International Social Justice Commission for the Salvation Army and Chair of the International Anti-Trafficking Committee

Colonel Marieke Venter – Serving in Sri Lanka as Territorial Leader of Women’s Ministries.

Mr. Ben Gilbert – Project Officer for South Asia and South Pacific and East Asia region

Mr. Bram Bailey – Program Director for The Salvation Army World Service Office

Ms. April Foster – Director of the Salvation Army Others Program