STOP Violence Against Afghan Women and Girls

STOP violence against Afghan women and girls
Since 2008 when HAGAR started working in Afghanistan to restore the broken lives of Afghan women and children, it has been a perennial challenge engaging public compassion and support for this marginalised group. With ongoing media headlines picturing destruction wrought by wars, insurgencies and terror attacks, it inevitably raises doubts...

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From Dust to Glory

Maryam_from dust to glory
At the age of 20, Maryam came to the HAGAR Transitional Care Centre (TCC) in Kabul city, following a lifetime of abuse and suffering. Born to a refugee mother who died during childbirth, Maryam spent her childhood in Iran and Afghanistan after being adopted by an aunt and uncle. From the...

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A Taste of the Truth

A Taste of the Truth
Held at the REDSEA Gallery in Dempsey Hill, the evening saw more than 70 people who turned up to learn more about the challenges that many women and children still face in our modern society today. Singapore remains a popular transit hub and destination country for trafficking activities. Deceived by false...

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URGENT Plea to Save 2 Trafficked Girls and Their Family in Crisis

Appeal for Tania and Priya
HAGAR Singapore has been working to support Tania and Priya in their recovery journey for the last three years. Victims of sex trafficking, both girls have been struck by an unexpected crisis recently and we are calling out for urgent support to help them tide over this difficult period. Tania...

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A Future Full of Light

Mariam - A Future Full of Light
Mariam’s story comes from a programme run by HAGAR Afghanistan, Empowering Women and girls toward Economic Participation (EWEP). An Afghan woman’s right to safe and sustainable work is almost non-existent, especially for those with backgrounds of violence and exploitation. EWEP seeks to bridge the gap for survivors to enter the...

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In Pursuit of Justice

Legal workshop for the ladies helping them understand the legal process, their roles, rights and responsibilities
What happens after a trafficked victim is rescued? Why can’t they head home immediately after the rescue? Hagar Singapore explains this and more. The trauma of being trafficked across borders into slavery and inhumane working conditions is undoubtedly immense. Adding to this mental and emotional pressure is the...

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Hagar Charity Golf Tournament 2017

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14 July 2017 | Seletar Country Club

  17 July 2017 - Despite grey skies and heavy thunderstorms in the morning that threatened a cancellation, golfers turned out in full force last Friday to support Hagar’s third charity golf tournament, held at Seletar Country Club. A whopping $144,000 was raised from the...

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Formidable Alliances for Hope

Partnerships
The work of HAGAR cannot be done alone. And we are always glad to welcome partners who are willing to join us in restoring and empowering broken lives to wholeness. If you have a Corporate Social Responsibility Programme, an Advocacy Network or a Rights Watch Group, a Missions Team, or you...

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Coming Face to Face with the TRUTH

Visit Hagar's work in Hanoi and the Yen Bai province
An Australian supporter, Naomi Nixon shares her personal experience meeting survivors of trafficking and abuse. Relocating to Singapore six years ago with my husband and three young children has turned out to be a wonderful move for our family. Singapore has been such an easy and friendly place to settle down in, with good schools...

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The Faces of Human Trafficking

Faces of human trafficking
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Video story from Our Better World

With more than 45 million slaves in the world, human trafficking ranks the 3rd most lucrative illegal trade generating 150 billion dollars annually. More than half of the victims are women and a third are children. Traffickers exploit them...

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