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...

Formidable Alliances for Hope

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...

Because Every Single Life Matters

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...

Alternative Shopping Guide that Shines Hope

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...

Supporting Child Victims and Witnesses in Legal Processes

August 16, 2016 – HAGAR, in partnership with UNICEF launched an extensive suite of resources that include comprehensive tools, and dialogue and training sessions for lawyers in Cambodia to better protect traumatised children in the Cambodian criminal justice...

Proud to be a Girl

  “I love staying at home. I feel safe here, there’s a good feeling of warmth and love.” 13-year-old Rita and her 11-year-old sister Nika reintegrated back into their home six months ago, after spending three years at Hagar’s Girls’...