Hagar Staff Profile: Anoosha of Hagar Afghanistan

  "When my children were still young, my husband passed away. I worked hard to be able to send my children to school so they would one day get a career. Girls without a career and money are too often teased and chased by lustful men. The Government is weak...

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Hagar Cambodia Community Training Impact 2016

Hagar and Save the Children Launch “Family Care First” Multidisciplinary Advisory Group


Hagar International and Save the Children, with funding from USAID, have launched a Multidisciplinary Advisory Group in Cambodia on 9th February 2017, to support Family Care First's development of Cambodia’s first Social Work and Training Standards. The current social service sector in Cambodia has many challenges, including...

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Accessing Justice For Survivors: USA vs. Erik Peeters

In February 2009, the Cambodian authorities arrested Erik Leonardus Peeters, a 48-year-old American citizen, on suspicion of sexual contact with children. Peeters had arrived in Cambodia in 2008 and within two months had started to look for young boys. He particularly targeted children who were destitute or disabled, paying them...

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Join us at “Behind the Mask: A Child’s Journey” Photo Exhibition on 28 Feb 2017

  In a partnership with The Sovereign Art Foundation (SAF) for a second time, Hong Kong-based artists, Ms. Tanya Bennett and Mr. Marc Standing led a creative arts workshop in Cambodia for child survivors of extreme abuse. Through mask-making, the youngsters were able to express...

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A Message from our Global CEO, Micaela Cronin

Our global CEO Micaela Cronin speaks about the story of Hagar, our work, and what the job means to her.   [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=    

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Hagar International’s Global Board welcomes Phil Badger as New Chair

Phil Badger’s grounding in the financial sector has formed the basis of a broad commercial business career. Over the last few years, Phil has been involved in Senior Management and Governance roles within finance and distribution, moving into Director and Chairman roles around New Zealand. Phil is a Professional Director...

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Angkor Wat Half-Marathon 2016

  For survivors of trafficking and abuse who were among Hagar’s team of more than 50 runners from all over the world, running the Angkor Wat Half-Marathon on December 4, 2016 in Siem Reap was a fun, successful and truly memorable experience! Runners also had the opportunity to hear first-hand from Hagar...

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Hagar’s Capacity-building Project In North West Cambodia

Hagar’s team in northwestern Cambodia is carrying out vital work by providing community-based training on human trafficking and domestic violence in the country to communities with survivors of gender-based violence and human rights' abuse.   [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=    

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Fast Facts: Trafficking of Vietnamese Women