Year 2018 In Review

Year 2018 In Review

How has 2018 been for you? For us at HAGAR, it seemed unbelievable that we were able to meet many of the stretched goals that we had set at the start of the year. Being able to help over 1,200 women and children across the countries we serve in and seeing each of them...
Little Channey’s Singapore Adventures

Little Channey’s Singapore Adventures

Battling persistent pain in her legs and a weak bladder function since she was 1-year old, we are so thankful that a clear diagnosis of little Channey’s medical condition was finally reached with the help of Singapore medical specialists. With the diagnosis of...
Emergency Treatment for Little Channey

Emergency Treatment for Little Channey

The surgery on 17 September 2018 was a success! Though it cannot reverse the spinal cord damage, the surgery has greatly improved little Channey’s muscle and bladder function. And the excruciating pain in her legs that used to torment her daily has reduced...
Former Street Child Returns to Save Lives!

Former Street Child Returns to Save Lives!

When Dr Rithy Hong last came to Singapore on 12 September 2017, he shared his heart with HAGAR supporters and donors and spoke of his journey that started since he was 12. Today at 31, he is a full-fledged doctor and is completing his practicum as a specialist in...
Life as a Foreign Domestic Worker

Life as a Foreign Domestic Worker

There are risks in every job and while we take the necessary precautions to make sure we are well-protected, such as scrutinising the employment contract and checking out the work environment during the interview, the migrant workforce in particular such as foreign...