Mission Service

International Development

A photo of a African woman from Malawi working in a field pushing a wheelbarrow
The Salvation Army is a global movement and International Development exists to connect Salvationists in this territory with our brothers and sisters around the world so that we can learn from and support one another.  

We provide financial and technical support to projects within six areas:

  • Anti-trafficking
  • Clean water
  • Emergency response
  • Food security
  • Gender justice

We are also responsible for overseeing the transfer of funds for the territory's international mission support - money donated through the annual Self-Denial Appeal.

Following Jesus’ example, we journey alongside communities around the world to overcome the challenges of poverty and injustice. We seek to inspire a movement of people to pursue the restoration of our world so everyone can experience life in all its fullness.

Our work

Learn more about our work and latest campaigns on salvationarmy.org.uk.

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Meet the team

  • Ben Gilbert, Team Leader 
  • Hayley Stil, UK Engagement Co-ordinator 
  • Jason Emmett, Project Adviso: Emergency Response
  • Francine O'Hanlon, Project Advisor: Mission Support
  • Violet Ruria, Programme Advisor: Sustainable Livelihoods 
  • Anne Gregora, Programme Advisor: Anti-trafficking and Gender Justice 
  • Tribeni Gurung, Project Advisor: Anti-trafficking and Gender Justice 
  • Toluwanimi Jaiyebo, Project Advisor: Anti-trafficking and Gender Justice 
  • Tamás Kovács, Administrative Support 

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