How Hagar Vietnam is helping fight human trafficking to the UK

As the Country Director of Hagar in Vietnam, I have met many people who have been trafficked within Vietnam and as far away as the United Kingdom. Vietnamese make up a large number of trafficked and smuggled people to the UK. Recently the Guardian reported there were 3,000...

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Finding Healing in the Community


My name is Sokha and I was born in Phnom Penh. Our family didn’t have much but we were happy. My mother worked in the factory and my father was a driver. I was in school and doing okay.

But one event changed my life forever....

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A Social Worker’s Journey with Hagar clients

Passionate and competent social workers make a great impact in the lives of survivors who come to Hagar. Watch this story of Trang, a social worker from Hagar Vietnam, as she shares her journey with survivors going through recovery.

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A Lamp in the Darkness


My father used to abuse me. It began when I was 8 and I didn’t know he was not my real father. Coming home from school and being alone with my abuser was worse than seeing my own grave.

That was not the worst. The worst...

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Hagar new UK initiative brings hope

Hagar UK’s local initiative to assist survivors of modern slavery sees its first break-through.

Nguyen* was first trafficked to the UK when he was just 12 years old. He was moved over land entering Europe by the Czech Republic, then through Germany and France before finally arriving in UK. Once here,...

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