Thach’s Story

Thach’s Story

As a child, Thach experienced domestic abuse and a low sense of self-esteem. Today, she uses her own experiences to connect with other children as a mentor for young girls at...

Best Bargains… but At What Cost?

While we seek out the best bargains that we can lay our hands on and are proud of the deals we get, do we really know what is the cost of these deals? Source: Human Rights Watch The shirt or dress you picked out at a sale, made from cotton, could have been picked by a...

Being Hopeful Even in the Face of Injustice

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” The sixteen-year-old hesitated for a moment, her dark brows furrowing as she pouted her lips, deep in thought. We glanced at each other, worried. Was it too soon? It was indeed a normal question to ask any...

Myanmar: Country in Development Conflict

As Myanmar transited from military-governed isolation to democratic rule in 2011, the country is projected to enjoy robust economic development and business growth. Unfortunately, the flip side of the rapid democratic and economic reform, is a significant increase in...
Sok and King’s Story

Sok and King’s Story

Fostering Cambodia’s Children. Just over a year ago, in Battambang, Cambodia, Sok Channy and his wife King Sokhorn began the journey of fostering children with Hagar. Sok and King share that their foster children inspire them daily, but fostering doesn’t come...