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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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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White Wine Wednesday

Charity wine event fully championed by a corporate individual
Championed fully by a corporate individual, the evening raised some $20,000 as many guests turned up to learn more about Hagar's work and how they can be a partner in contributing to the efforts to help restore lives torn apart by trafficking and other forms of extreme abuse. Sombre moments could...

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Hagar 2017 Supporters Trip to Vietnam

Visit Hagar's work in Hanoi and the Yen Bai province
Come 6th May, a group of 16 donors, supporters and volunteers will be making their way to Vietnam to visit Hagar's work in Hanoi and the Yen Bai province. Determined to make a difference, the group is excited to learn more about Hagar's work among women and children afflicted by cross-border...

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Broken But Beautiful

Cau article featured image
Cau is a talented artist and has been painting and drawing since young. It has always been her way of expressing how she feels and her gratitude to others. Most recently, it has become an avenue for her recovery. About ten months ago, Cau was sold to China. Ever since she...

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Because Every Single Life Matters

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Millions of people remain trapped and enslaved today. Exploited by ruthless businessmen for illicit gains and family members who betrayed their trust, every one of them hopes for the day they are rescued and safe. Women like Minh who wanted only to give their elderly parents a comfortable...

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2016 In A Flash

2016 in review
Through the support and generous giving of our donors and partners, we have achieved much in the area of care and recovery for our beneficiaries. Some of the key events are highlighted below and we are grateful for each of you who have given or supported financially, with your skills,...

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Happy Bellies for Brighter Futures

Food appeal article featured image
At Hagar’s Community Learning Centre in Cambodia, all of the students who attend our school come from low-income families. Unlike children who grew up and live under “normal” circumstances, these children have suffered trafficking and severe abuse and as a result, they have missed many years of schooling. Hagar provides...

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Update on Afghanistan, Kabul

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Candles are lit at a memorial for the victims of the 23 July blast in Kabul, Afghanistan. Photograph: Jawal Jalali/EPA Following the suicide bomb attack on 23 July 2016, the city of Kabul faces increasing unrest and an unprecedented number of civilian casualties as a result of escalating...

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Rebuilding Broken Lives

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This is Sophea. Sophea grew up at the back of a market. Her life was not easy. "My mother was cruel and hit me whenever I did something wrong. At times I thought she might not be my real mother because she was so cruel towards me. My father...

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