Salvation Army

MSU Salvation Army Student Fellowship takes the gospel to rural areas

October 16, 2013
Salvation Army Student Fellowship (SASF) group at Midlands State University (MSU) recently held a three-day inter-denominational outreach programme in Budha, Lower Gweru aimed at spreading the gospel of God in rural areas. The inter-denominational outreach programme was held from 11-13 October. Speaking during the event, the chairperson of SASF, Tinashe ...

RelZim reporter witnesses Howard Hospital’s demise

February 24, 2013
Hundreds of thousands of people used to rely on the Salvation Army-run Howard Hospital in Chiweshe in Mashonaland Central Province. Many Zimbabweans remember the hospital as the only facility that remained functional when the political and economic crisis saw the collapse of the country’s medical sector. Villagers that talked to RelZim.org reporter bemoaned ...

Canadian Salvation Army doctor stays in Zimbabwe, attracts international funds

January 31, 2013
This month, Canadian bush doctor Dr. Paul Thistle joined the surgical team at Karanda Hospital, a few hours’ drive from the troubled Howard Hospital. And with him come international funds. After having to put money raised for Howard Hospital on hold after turmoil there, Canadian Langley Rotary clubs in British Columbia are ready to ...

Faiths-based organisations help hailstorm-hit Chivi families

January 10, 2013
About 35 Chivi families in Masvingo Province received a timely lifeline following the donation of blankets, cooking utensils, foodstuffs and makeshift tents from several NGOs like World Vision and churches last week. Chivi homesteads were destroyed by a hailstorm that hit the area recently. Speaking at the handover of the donations, ...

Canadian donors consider responsible action for Chiweshe community

December 6, 2012
After a decade of raising money, awareness and facilitating the travel of dozens of volunteers from Peterborough, Ontario (Canada) to Howard Hospital in Mashonaland Central Province, a grassroots group of Canadian supporters is at a crossroads. Having raised close to $240,000 for the Salvation Army facility and its surrounding community, the group ...

Outgoing Salvation Army leader brings equipment to Matobo District hospital

December 6, 2012
Salvation Army-run Tshelanyemba Hospital in Matobo District, Western Zimbabwe, received an anaesthetic machine and surgical led light. The equipment is expected to reduce the number of referrals to overburdened Bulawayo hospitals.The anaesthetic machine is used in all operations while the surgical led light is essential to provide different light colours during ...

Salvation Army Brass Band leads Kwekwe march against gender-based violence

November 29, 2012
The Salvation Army in collaboration with the Ministry of Women’s Affairs, Gender and Community Development have called on people to participate in observing the third year of advocacy against gender-based violence and militarism. Speaking at a pre-launch campaign of 16 days of activism held in downtown Kwekwe, Midlands Province, this week ...

Salvation Army avoids outside independent audit, turns back on long-time friend photographer

November 28, 2012
Today I was denied permission to photograph at the Howard Hospital. They were skeptical of me. Despite the fact I photographed there in 2001, 2006, 2008 and 2010; despite the facts my photos raised thousands of dollars and inspired many doctors to volunteer; despite the fact the Salvation Army has published ...

Salvation Army links orphanage with international donor

November 22, 2012
When visitors from Germany heard about the work Letty Mhizha was doing, they bought a five-bedroom house for her to take more children in. Mhizha, who was speaking at the official opening of the house, said she started looking after orphaned children in 1999 when a church couple died and ...

Salvation Army: Dr Thistle must leave by October 5. Replacement expected in December

September 27, 2012
The Salvation Army is being urged to take immediate action and reinstate a missionary doctor it recently dismissed from the Howard Hospital in Zimbabwe, where supporters have warned a humanitarian disaster is brewing. Canada-born Dr Paul Thistle was dismissed in August under unclear circumstances, a decision that led to violent ...
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