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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Collaborating to Heal and Build

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At HAGAR, we are committed to do whatever it takes to see a broken life restored. And by that, it also means recognising the strengths of others and cooperating with them so that our clients have the best outcomes.

Our work is enabled by partner agencies, governments, corporates, institutions, churches, donors,...

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Former Street Child Turns Medical Doctor

Street child turned medical doctor

12 September 2017 - 40 supporters and donors came together to hear from Dr Rithy and understand how his hope was renewed through the many years of support from HAGAR.

His sharing was filled with with many personal stories and intimate details of his childhood which was heartbreaking to hear. Abandoned...

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From Dust to Glory

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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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