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(Re)Integration of Cambodian Trafficked Men: Trends in Trafficking and Available Aftercare Services August 2015


Trafficking of Cambodian men has been increasingly acknowledged in recent years. Cambodian men and boys  are trafficked into a variety of sectors, including fishing, construction, agriculture and factory work and often  subjected to physical and psychological abuse at the hands of their employers. This research exploring the trends  in trafficking of Cambodian men, the needs of survivors and the extent of reintegration assistance available for  trafficked men. View press release.

Forgotten No More: Male Child Trafficking in Afghanistan, 2014

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An unprecedented study of 210 stakeholders in Afghanistan, including 130 boys, has found that on average one in 10 of the boys interviewed had experienced human trafficking. The study was conducted by Hagar field researchers and funded by the U.S.Department of State’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (TIP). Download Media Kit


Final HAGAR Afghanistan Research CoverNeeds Analysis: Researching Kabul’s Most Forgotten. May 2011



Front Page English Toward A Cooperative FutureTowards A Cooperative Approach: A Study on the Situation of Children with Intellectual Disabilities in Cambodia. 2009 Table of Contents & Acknowledgements  |   Executive Summary   |   Part 1: Understanding the Issue   |  Part 2: The Study   |   Part 3: Research Findings  |   Part 4: Next Steps; Components 1-2  |  Part 4: Next Steps; Components 3-4


I Thought It Could Never Happen to Boys CoverI Thought It Could Never Happen to Boys: Sexual Abuse and Exploitation of Boys in Cambodia, an Exploratory Study.June, 2008



The Road Home CoverThe Road Home: Toward a model of “reintegration” and considerations for alternative care for children trafficked for sexual exploitation in Cambodia. March 2007.