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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Emergency Medical Fund for Danet

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Final update

Danet has been doing well and is now moving on to the recovery and rehabilitation plan that the lupus specialist has developed for her. The total cost of her treatment, emergency procedures and rehabilitation needs amounted to a staggering USD $20,000.

But thanks to the many kind donors who have...

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Run for Her Freedom

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A 60-strong Hagar contingent stormed the trails of Angkor Wat. Comprising survivors, staff and advocates, every runner made their mark finishing their race strong despite the personal challenges each individual faced.

Here in Singapore, there was also an ardent supporter who ran the full 42km in the Standard Chartered Marathon. She...

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Alternative Shopping Guide that Shines Hope

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Watch out for our next season of gifts in the upcoming catalogue that you can buy to express your encouragement and support for the women and girls who have survived extreme human abuses. Their stories are real. Their fears are real. Sophea is real.

Sophea was sold before she turned 4....

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