Founded in 1993 in Cambodia, Hagar is dedicated to the recovery of survivors of extreme human rights abuse, particularly human trafficking, gender-based violence, and sexual exploitation in Asia.
Our purpose is singular; we restore broken lives. We welcome the toughest of human conditions. We stay focused on the individual. And we do whatever it takes for as long as it takes to restore life in all its fullness.
Whatever it takes... For as long as it takes... To restore a broken life
We work with women, girls and boys who have suffered domestic violence, human trafficking, sexual exploitation, rape, acid burn attacks and forced marriage. We work in Cambodia, Vietnam and Afghanistan.
Hagar aims to:
- To raise awareness in the UK of the issues faced by women and children who have suffered human rights abuses in Afghanistan, Cambodia and Vietnam and so build support for the work of Hagar
- To fundraise for our programs supporting the recovery of survivors of human rights abuses, in particular human trafficking and sexual abuse, in Afghanistan, Cambodia and Vietnam
Established: September 2011
Registered Charity Number: 1143852
Board members: 4
Full time staff: 1
Phone number: 07515 571033
Address: Suite 47 151 High Street Southampton SO14 2BTView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website