Get Handcuffed for Hagar with us!

We're starting the year with a bang! Teams around the country are taking part in local fun runs "Handcuffed for Hagar" to raise awareness of human trafficking and funds for the work of Hagar. We'd love for you to join us! DETAILS:
  • Participants to wear black - a black Hagar...

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Great news from Ghiang!

Dear friends We have just received the most wonderful update from Hagar Vietnam about Ghiang (“Zan”), the young girl you so generously helped through donating to our Christmas appeal last year. It has made me so happy I just have to share it with you!   If you remember, Ghiang was beaten...

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Live Below the Line

"Live Below the Line" is a campaign fund by our partner Tearfund to raise funds for the anti-trafficking work of Hagar and Nvader. It's your opportunity to experience what it's like to live below the poverty line ($2.85 a day) for a week, and get sponsored to do so. Why don't...

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“Tashakor” from Hagar Afghanistan



(“Thank you” in Dari)

  Friends – this is just a quick note to say a huge thank you for your generous donation during our recent appeal to help Hagar Afghanistan. As of September 7th, we have raised almost $45,000!!   Your funds will be used to continue the extremely important work in Hagar's...

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Get Handcuffed in Tauranga!


Handcuffed 4 Hagar is coming to Tauranga!

  What: We're walking the 5km event at Tauranga's City 2 Surf! When: Sunday September 25th 11am Why: An opportunity for Hagar supporters (and friends) to raise awareness of human trafficking and funds for the anti-trafficking work of Hagar. Walkers are asked to set up a sponsorship...

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Run for Freedom


Join Hagar survivors, staff and supporters as we

       Run for Freedom!

Participate in the Angkor Wat Half Marathon and raise funds to support women and children who have been trafficked or abused:

Sunday, December 4th 2016

Siem Reap, Cambodia

3km, 10km or...

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2016 Mid Year Report

Meet Mohammad, Hagar Afghanistan Driver

"My day to day inspiration is the feeling of humanity and cordial heart and noticing the ability of doing something to rescue a destroyed hope.”   Mohammad Mustafa, Transitional Care Centre Driver at Hagar in Afghanistan Mohammad’s brother was employed as Hagar’s first ever driver in Afghanistan. As Hagar programmes expanded,...

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The Impact of Trauma-Informed Care

Several months ago, my 8 year old daughter and I were involved in a motorcycle accident in Phnom Penh leading us to lay down the bike and sacrifice some patches of skin to the pavement. The injuries were non-life threatening, but the incident was traumatic nonetheless—feelings of horrible...

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Interview with Al Jazeera

Hagar was recently visited by al Jazeera to find out more about children who have been trafficked. We were informed they were so impressed by the standard of Hagar's work in counselling trafficking survivor's. [embed] I

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