Human Trafficking is an Organised Crime that Destroys Millions of Lives

Human trafficking is a crime

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A highly organised crime amongst a deeply woven web of intricate networks and syndicates, traffickers employ sophisticated methods making it difficult to detect human trafficking.

Gone are the days where victims are shipped across borders in packed crates. Today, unsuspecting victims carry all the necessary...

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The Faces of Human Trafficking

Faces of human trafficking

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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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Broken But Beautiful

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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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Sowing Into the Lives of Trafficked Survivors

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In Singapore, Hagar provides trauma recovery and resettlement support to women who have been trafficked into the country for labour and sexual exploitation. The women are primarily from the Asia region and most have little or no formal education. Their similarity is in their desire to build a better future...

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