About US

The Salvation Army is a Christian organization, who began working in Pakistan in 1883, and provides services and facilities across the country, including community health programmes, orphanages, schools, as well as gender based health, literacy, and skill development.

The Territory consists of 132 Corps, 378 societies and outposts, 3 schools and 2 orphanages. 352 (active 344 retired 105) Salvation Army officers and 120 Employees are stationed full-time in Pakistan. 41,361 people have been enrolled as Senior Soldiers, 4,049 are Adherents and there are 9,601 Junior Soldiers.