USA vs. Erik Peeters

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“In the beginning, I did not want to go to court against the perpetrator because I felt sorry for him as he helped me and my family a lot. But now I know that what he has done to me is not acceptable. I will be confident...

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A Caring Home for Leap and her Siblings

She brushes the two little boys’ hair and makes sure they have enough water to drink.
Food is scarce but she always makes sure they don’t miss out and will serve...

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A Village Chief’s Bold Decision Saves a Life

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We took her in and had to keep her safe. She was very afraid and it was clear to me that she had been mistreated…” said village chief Chhun Ngonn when he came across young Sophea.

Sophea was only four years old when her father sold her into slavery. She spent...

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Bopha’s Story

“The best day of my life was the day I received this Hello Kitty teddy bear.  It was also a sad day because it was the day I left Hagar’s recovery programme. But I reintegrated with my family and now I feel safe and happy.”

When Bopha was only 6 years...

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A lovely Homecoming for Tra and her Sons

Ngoc, an in-house social worker embracing Tra's son.

Soon after she was married, Tra knew that her life would not be easy. Her husband was accused of damaging property and he was sent to jail for six months. Her mother-in-law did not consider Tra as a daughter-in-law but just as another source of income for the family. She expected Tra to make...

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A lovely Homecoming for Tra and her Sons

Ngoc, an in-house social worker embracing Tra's son.

Soon after she was married, Tra knew that her life would not be easy. Her husband was accused of damaging property and he was sent to jail for six months. Her mother-in-law did not consider Tra as a daughter-in-law but just as another source of income for the family. She expected Tra to make...

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Zaher’s Incredible Resilience

“One day, I will be back with my family again. I’ll be an engineer and serve my people. I will improve my family’s situation when I am a man.”

Zaher, 14 year old boy, at the Forgotten No More project

 

Zaher grew up in Kabul with his parents, two sisters and a...

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Zaher’s Incredible Resilience

“One day, I will be back with my family again. I’ll be an engineer and serve my people. I will improve my family’s situation when I am a man.”

Zaher, 14 year old boy, at the Forgotten No More project

 

Zaher grew up in Kabul with his parents, two sisters and a...

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Hagar driver creates “Safe Place” for clients

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Mohammad’s brother was employed as Hagar’s first ever driver in Afghanistan. As Hagar programmes expanded, the need for more staff increased and he suggested his brother apply for a position. Mohammad first worked as a night driver for two years, then became the day driver in 2011.

“My brother told me...

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Hagar driver creates “Safe Place” for clients

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Mohammad’s brother was employed as Hagar’s first ever driver in Afghanistan. As Hagar programmes expanded, the need for more staff increased and he suggested his brother apply for a position. Mohammad first worked as a night driver for two years, then became the day driver in 2011.

“My brother told me...

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