Trafficking of Cambodian men has been increasingly acknowledged in recent years. Cambodian men and boys are trafficked into a variety of sectors, including fishing, construction, agriculture and factory work and often subjected to physical and psychological abuse at the hands of their employers. This research exploring the trends in trafficking of Cambodian men, the needs of survivors and the extent of reintegration assistance available for trafficked men. View Press Release | Download Information Sheet
An unprecedented study of 103 respondents, including 54 child victims and witnesses has found that Cambodia’s criminal justice system needs to make immediate changes in order to be child friendly. The study, ‘A System Just for Children’, was conducted by Hagar field researchers in conjunction with UNICEF. Download Media Kit | Download Information Sheet
An unprecedented study of 210 stakeholders in Afghanistan, including 130 boys, has found that on average one in 10 of the boys interviewed had experienced human trafficking. The study was conducted by Hagar field researchers and funded by the U.S.Department of State’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (TIP). Download Media Kit
In 2011, Hagar Afghanistan conducted an intensive needs analysis in Kabul to determine who in the city was considered the most forgotten and rejected by society, the gaps in service provision, and what barriers prevent access to services.
Towards A Cooperative Approach: A Study on the Situation of Children with Intellectual Disabilities in Cambodia, 2009 Table of Contents & Acknowledgements | Executive Summary | Part 1: Understanding the Issue | Part 2: The Study | Part 3: Research Findings | Part 4: Next Steps; Components 1-2 | Part 4: Next Steps; Components 3-4
A study exploring the challenges and needs of children with intellectual disabilities, their families, and their service workers, in Cambodia.
A report presenting research about the sexual abuse and exploitation of boys and young men in Cambodia. Research was conducted in three Cambodian provinces – Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville and Battambang, and included the views and experiences of 40 boys and young men.
A qualitative research study exploring durable and long-term solutions for care of children affected by trafficking for sexual exploitation.