Forgotten No More
In 2014, an unprecedented study of 210 stakeholders in Afghanistan, including 130 boys, found that on average one in 10 of the boys interviewed had experienced human trafficking. The study, Forgotten No More: Male Child Trafficking in Afghanistan, was…
My father used to abuse me. It began when I was 8, and I didn’t know he was not my real father. Coming from school and being alone with my abuser was worse than seeing my own grave.
Seven months ago, Hagar Vietnam received an emergency call in the middle of the night. It was from Hau, a 37 year old woman who had woken up to her drunk husband turning their house upside down. Hau feared for…
“Before I started to work here, my economic situation was hard. I didn’t have enough money to support myself. All I had was income from the organisations supporting me. Now I feel proud” - Socheata, survivor, hair stylist, aspiring business owner.
To learn more about Hagar’s work in empowering survivors and how you can get involved, read here: http://hagar.org.nz/about/10 days ago
We were so excited to be featured on The Project NZ last night. We're proud to partner with the amazing team at 27seconds, and we're inspired by our friend and colleague Longdy. To learn more and hear the courageous story of Longdy, watch below.12 days ago
UPDATE: Sorry folks the story got bumped until Monday because of another news item. We look forward to watching this on Monday though!
Make sure you don't miss The Project NZ tonight at 7pm! Alongside the story of 27seconds, they're sharing the story of our incredible friend and trafficking survivor Longdy. We're so looking forward to being inspired once again by his story of courage and resilience, and how Hagar has walked the whole journey with him.16 days ago