Josh and Helen Smith on Volunteering with Hagar

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In March, 2013, Josh and Helen Smith left their home country of New Zealand to volunteer with Hagar in Cambodia for six months. Josh worked as Hagar’s graphic designer and Helen worked with Hagar Cambodia’s creative arts department. 

You’ve been in Phnom Penh, Cambodia for six months with Hagar. What...

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Hagar International Board Appoints UK Country Director

Peter Holt takes on his new role as Hagar UK Country Director. Learn more from this official press release.

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Board member Shelli Krunic visits Cambodia Part II

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I left Cambodia yesterday and headed towards Vietnam for a couple of days of R&R. And I took full advantage of both R's!  I am in the small town of Chau Doc, which is on the Mekong River.  I came by boat, which was 4 hours of seeing life along...

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Hagar 2012 Annual Report

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Read our highlights from the 2012 Annual Report. Read here.

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Shelli Krunic visits Vietnam

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Greetings from Hanoi! So, after my R&R in Chau Doc, I started my trek to Hanoi.  I made a reservation to take the bus to Ho Chi Minh City and when I got to the station, there was no rhyme or reason to the ticketing nor the boarding process, and not...

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USA Board member Shelli Krunic Visits Cambodia Part I

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Shelli Krunic, Hagar USA board member, went to Cambodia last week and visited different Hagar projects. She shares her insights from her memorable visit in her blog. …I have spent the last couple of days with various Hagar staff members getting updates on what's happening in the various programs. For those...

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Hagar International Appoints Country Director, Hagar Afghanistan

Hagar is pleased to announce the appointment of Sara Shrinkfield as Hagar Afghanistan’s Country Director. Read the full press release here.

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An Update from Vietnam

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This is a feature in the Summer Newsletter/Program Updates. Mid-way through 2012, we experienced a distinct shift in our client demographics. We noticed that more and more of our clients are members of ethnic minority hill tribes. They are the ones who are suffering the toughest of human conditions. Currently,...

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Hagar Social Enterprise Group Appoints Social Enterprise Director

Hagar is pleased to announce the appointment of Wesley Nguyen as the Social Enterprise Director. Read this press release.

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What is in a Name?

Women in Afghanistan are sometimes beaten by their husbands because a man (who is not related) spoke their name. One woman was educated enough to have had her university classmate speak her name, so her husband beat her and locked her up for three weeks.  Names and women are precious...

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