Nassima Fights for her future

 

Nassima was 18 years old when she first arrived at Hagar.

She had experienced some of the worst that life has to offer. She was physically abused at home by her father, sold in to marriage, and then abused by her husband’s family as well. She became very depressed and planned...

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Sue and Graham Taylor move to Kolkota

 

 


It is with sadness but much gratitude that we say goodbye to the wonderful Sue Taylor. For over 11 years, Sue has brought professionalism through her skills to shape counselling and trauma focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TFCBT) in Cambodia.

 

Hailing from Te Awamutu, Graham and Sue first...

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Preventing trafficking in the provinces

Often it's the remote villages where people are unaware of of the dangers of Human Trafficking. Hagar makes a point to go to such places to inform and educate. Here are some photo's from one of our training sessions held recently in the Cambodia provinces.

This village has been the target for...

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Rany’s Story

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Micaela Cronin Appointed Hagar International CEO 

 

The Board of Hagar International Foundation is delighted to announce the appointment of Micaela Cronin as Chief Executive Officer, Hagar International.

Micaela has worked in the community sector for more than 25 years and become a recognised leader at state and national level in Australia.

She has been CEO...

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