How Your Donation Makes a Difference
Feeds an exploited woman or child for a day
Enables a child survivor the ability to go to school for a month
Provides rehabilitation services that includes legal assistance and trauma-focused counselling, to survivors
Provides safe accommodation, daily meals and rehabilitation services for a woman or child for 2 full months
Our Campaign Storyends 10 Dec 2016, 11:59 PM
Hagar holds a special place in my heart and my relationship with Hagar has been growing through the days. Coming 4th December, I've taken a leap to take part in the yearly "Angkor Wat Marathon", which raise monies for women and children who have undergone extreme human rights abuse. I am not a marathon runner, not an athlete and definitely not the fittest. But alongside me are friends who will be a source of motivation and also these survivors of extreme abuse who are running for their freedom.
I've signed up for the 10km category, believing that I would be able to walk/run/roll to the finishing line. My goal seems impossible to reach by myself, therefore I'm appealing for your help to make this happen. This is my first marathon and will definitely be one that I'll remember.
Support these survivors who are by my side by giving generously. This serves as a huge encouragement for me as every meter I walk, is a dollar raised for them. And every dollar raised means someone's freedom will be closer to getting unlocked.
Show your support for survivors of trafficking as they overcome their physical and mental limits in the Angkor Wat Marathon on December 4, 2016.
Women and children who have undergone severe extreme human rights abuse often grapple with a damaged self-esteem, and lack confidence. Some carry with them scars on their physical body throughout their lifetime. Express your encouragement by donating to their Run for Freedom! Your donation will help them recover and achieve their dreams for the future.
In Singapore, Hagar has been running a trauma recovery and resettlement programme for girls who are trafficked here for sexual and labour exploitation. Singapore is a transit and destination hub for trafficking activities. Unscrupulous employers target those who are looking for employment opportunities and their lack of knowledge to trick them into our country. Upon being rescued, Hagar assists them by providing them with legal protection, trauma recovery, education and vocational training. The final step is helping them reintegrate back to their local community and minimising any re-exploitation.
A registered charity in Singapore, Hagar is an international organisation operating in 10 countries worldwide to raise public awareness on human rights and tangible support for survivors. Hagar staff and supporters around the world will be joining these survivors in this remarkable run. We are forming a Hagar Singapore contingent, and if you wish to join us, visit our website today.
About The Charity
HAGAR is an international NGO committed to the recovery and economic empowerment of women and children who are survivors of extreme human rights abuse, particularly in the area of human trafficking, gender-based violence, and sexual exploitation.
We are in 10 countries worldwide. For women and girls, the threat of sexual exploitation and abuse is grave, and 10% of these clients have intellectual disabilities. HAGAR receives into our care those who have suffered the worst of human conditions and many are referred to HAGAR by the local government and non-governmental organisations in the country. We walk the whole journey with each individual, ensuring holistic healing, legal and physical protection, social rehabilitation, education and economic empowerment for eventual reintegration into society.
In Singapore, we provide legal aid, trauma recovery services, and skills training for girls trafficked to Singapore for sexual exploitation. Further to that, Hagar also assists by coordinating their return to their home country and resettle them in their communities upon conclusion of their court hearings in Singapore.
The ultimate goal is to help each of these trafficked and abused survivors get over their painful past, realise their innate potential and put them on the path of self-sustainability where they will be able to help themselves in the long run. Our purpose is singular. We do whatever it takes for as long as it takes to restore a broken life.