“In Afghanistan, internal trafficking is more common than transnational trafficking. And most of the trafficking victims are children. Trafficking is slavery. Children are slaves.”

The impact of human trafficking doesn’t end when a survivor has escaped or been rescued. Due to social stigma, a survivor’s family may reject or even threaten to harm them.

The survivor could therefore be forced to flee their community and leave everyone they know, making them even more vulnerable to further exploitation.

Hear firsthand from trafficking survivors about their experiences from this video in Afghanistan.

 

Hagar pursues the highest degree of care and protection for each of its clients. To protect the identity of our clients, names have been changed and images do not necessarily represent the individual profiled.

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By partnering with Hagar, you’re supporting survivors to heal from the trauma of severe abuse. Our work is dependent on charitable giving by people like you.

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By partnering with Hagar, you’re supporting survivors to heal from the trauma of severe abuse. Our work is dependent on charitable giving by people like you.

Help us transform lives

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By partnering with Hagar, you’re supporting survivors to heal from the trauma of severe abuse. Our work is dependent on charitable giving by people like you.

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