Being Trauma-Informed in Cambodia: Practice Considerations for Professionals Working with Children and Trauma

Mike FB

Hagar USA Executive Director and former Hagar Cambodia Executive Director, Mike Nowlin, recently partnered with international scholars in publishing ground-breaking research on how trauma informed care principles can be implemented into the education system. Mike and his co-authors explore the ways in which the trauma informed care model is used...

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Hau’s Story

Seven months ago, Hagar Vietnam received an emergency call in the middle of the night. It was from Hau, a 37 year old woman who had woken up to her drunk husband turning their house upside down. Hau feared for her life, he was violent and unpredictable. When her husband passed out, she decided to make a call to...

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Hiep’s Story

Hiep grew up in the mountains of Northern Vietnam. Hagar staff still remember the first time they visited her at home after she called the Hagar hotline. They arrived in Hiep’s village just before sunset, and then had to walk another hour to find her house. The only way they...

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Zarifa’s Story

Zarifa had never felt heard before she came to Hagar. She was married at a young age to a man with an abusive family, but like many girls her age, she really just wanted to go to school. She wanted to get a job. She wanted to live safely and independently as someone with agency and control over...

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Sok and King’s Story

Just over a year ago, in Battambang, Cambodia, Sok Channy and his wife King Sokhorn began the journey of fostering children with Hagar.

Sok and King share that their foster children inspire them daily, but fostering doesn’t come without its challenges. The real joy for Sok and King comes from the...

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