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Chean Ra
SURVIVOR

Chean Ra left her country in hopes of a better job opportunity. Instead, she found herself trapped as a domestic slave.

Ha
HAGAR STAFF

Ha has been working with survivors in Vietnam for the past 6 years.

Sophea
SURVIVOR

Sophea thought she would only be away from her family for a few months. Held against her will for years, she never saw them again.

Long Dy
SURVIVOR

After being diagnosed with polio, Long Dy was sold into slavery and forced to beg in order to make money for his enslavers.

Chean Ra
SURVIVOR

Chean Ra left her country in hopes of a better job opportunity. Instead, she found herself trapped as a domestic slave.

Ha
HAGAR STAFF

Ha has been working with survivors in Vietnam for the past 6 years.

Sophea
SURVIVOR

Sophea thought she would only be away from her family for a few months. Held against her will for years, she never saw them again.

Long Dy
SURVIVOR

After being diagnosed with polio, Long Dy was sold into slavery and forced to beg in order to make money for his enslavers.

US $90 CAN ALSO DO A LOT OF GOOD

In fact, US $90 at HAGAR can:


Help four children who have been trafficked to start school


Provide food and basic necessities to a survivor for one month

Provide an emergency medical check-up for a survivor

Train two local social workers in effective trauma care for survivors

Provide one month of specialist trauma counselling for a survivor


Help a survivor seek justice through initial legal aid


Help four children who have been trafficked to start school


Provide food and basic necessities to a survivor for one month

Provide an emergency medical check-up for a survivor

Train two local social workers in effective trauma care for survivors

Provide one month of specialist trauma counselling for a survivor


Help a survivor seek justice through initial legal aid

THE COST OF YOUR DINNER CAN TRANSFORM LIVES

THE COST OF YOUR DINNER CAN TRANSFORM LIVES

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WE’VE BEEN CHANGING THE WORLD FOR 25 YEARS

  • Hagar turns 25.

    Over the last 25 years, Hagar has helped almost 19,000 people on their journey to healing and empowerment after trafficking, slavery, and abuse.

  • Hagar continues to create systemic change

    by helping to develop Cambodia’s first national social work standards, scaling up our trauma care model in Vietnam, and training 1,230 partners in Afghanistan.

  • Hagar and partners spearhead the Combatting Human Trafficking in Afghanistan programme,

    a coalition of NGO’s and government actors, who are committed to preventing trafficking in Afghanistan.

  • Hagar Cambodia is selected to advise on the development of minimum social work standards in Cambodia.

  • Staff in Singapore began providing direct services to trafficking survivors.

    Hagar Cambodia launches Supporting Children in Legal Processes (SCILP) programme.

  • Hagar begins capacity building work in Myanmar.

    Hagar Singapore provides trafficking awareness training to over 3,300 law enforcement officers.

  • Hagar Hong Kong is launched.

  • Hagar’s Legal and Protection programme is launched.

    Hagar Afghanistan launches a programme for trafficked boys.

  • Hagar UK is launched.

  • Hagar Vietnam is launched.

    Hagar Cambodia pilots a programme for male survivors of sexual abuse in Cambodia. Hagar Afghanistan opens its first shelter.

  • Hagar Afghanistan and Hagar New Zealand are launched.

  • Hagar’s Career Pathways programme launches in Cambodia.

  • Hagar Cambodia’s flagship Community Learning Centre (CLC) is built in Phnom Penh.

  • Hagar Cambodia opens an aftercare centre for children who have been sexually exploited.

    Hagar USA is launched.

  • Hagar Singapore is launched.

  • Hagar Australia is launched.

    Hagar International is registered in Switzerland as an NGO

  • Hagar Cambodia’s House of Smiles is opened for children with disabilities.

  • Hagar Catering is established alongside the first foster care programme in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.

  • Hagar Craft launches providing women with employment.

  • Hagar is Founded

    Founder Pierre Tami opens the first Hagar Shelter in Cambodia.

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