The Salvation Army’s International Projects and Development Services

International Projects and Development Services (IPDS) Image: salvationarmy.org
International Projects and Development Services (IPDS)
Image: salvationarmy.org

 

AAA Partners in Adoption, Inc., believes in providing all children a home, and all birth mothers the compassion they need amidst emotional and financial difficulties. Apart from securing the welfare of children and birth mothers, AAA Partners in Adoption, Inc., also supports The Salvation Army.

The Salvation Army plays an integral role in Christianity and charity, with a mission to preach the Gospel and provide assistance to those in need. The movement began in 1865 with London minister William Booth, who decided to leave his pulpit to reach out to the poor and destitute. Throughout its 150 years of existence, the group expanded its reach to include a variety of programs, including its current International Projects and Development Services (IPDS).

The Salvation Army’s IPDS serves developing countries across many continents. The focus of its services includes capacity building, or maximizing available resources to help communities build on their strengths. IPDS also conducts Faith Based Facilitation training, which teaches community members to more-effectively participate in discussions that address complex issues.

International Projects and Development Services acts as the local arm of The Salvation Army, to ensure that the organization’s mission is fulfilled.

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