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Increasing numbers of women in Vietnam suffer domestic abuse or are trafficked for sex or labour. These women typically come from
poor families, with little or no education.
Hagar will provide personal development, job readiness, and vocational training to 20 women. Then, survivors will be supported as they reintegrate to society, hold their first jobs, and move from transitional housing to independent living.
Abused and trafficked women will gain tools for a successful and independent future, in order to live empowered, successful and independent lives. In some families, generations of individuals will be affected when the cycle of abuse ends.