The Hagar Impact
We are an international organisation dedicated to the recovery of women and children who have endured extreme abuses. We do what ever it takes to help survivors of slavery, human trafficking and abuse in Cambodia, Vietnam, Singapore and Myanmar, to heal and rebuild their lives.
In Afghanistan, we provide humanitarian assistance for people who are displaced, vulnerable, or living in poverty.
How you can help
Fundraise for survivors by doing what you love.
Participate in an event
Raise awareness about trafficking, slavery and abuse.
What we do
Hagar works to end the cycle of trafficking, slavery and abuse that exploits women and children.
How to help
Find out what you can do to help women and children survivors.
Where we work
Learn more about the programs we have in Cambodia, Afghanistan and Vietnam
Read survivors’ personal stories of transformation and hope.
Read about the Australian Hagar Heroes who are helping survivors.
On December 8, members of Hagar Australia’s largest-ever Run for Freedom team will join 10,000 participants from across the world testing their stamina on a stunning course around Angkor Wat.We’re delighted that 35 amazing people have already signed up to...
Keep up-to-date and read the latest Hagar Australia news here.
Longdy Chhap, former human trafficking survivor, turned Hagar Cambodia Counsellor advocates for freedom at the United Nations General Assembly. 22 November 2021, New York – a former survivor of human trafficking and now Hagar Cambodia counselor and trainer, Longdy...
Hagar Australia is an active member of the Australian Council for International Development (ACFID) and adheres to the ACFID Code of Conduct, which defines minimum standards of governance, management and accountability of development for member non-government organisations (NGOs). Complaints relating to a breach of the ACFID Code of Conduct can be made to the ACFID Code of Conduct Committee.
Hagar Australia participates in Australian Government funding through Australian Aid: Friendship Grant.
Hagar Australia acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Custodians of the land on which our offices stands in Melbourne, and we pay our respect to their Elders past, present and future.