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Having lost his legs to polio when he was 5 years old, Longdy became an easy prey to his traffickers who exploited him; the little boy was trafficked to Thailand and forced to beg on the streets. He was tortured and was repeatedly trafficked 4 times before he was finally rescued and referred to HAGAR for help. Though the tremendous abuse made his journey of recovery with HAGAR extremely challenging, Longdy persisted. Today, he has two Bachelor’s degrees in psychology and the English Language, and works as a counsellor at HAGAR Cambodia, using his knowledge and skills to help young boys who have suffered exploitation just like him. Join us in building the future of survivors like Longdy by empowering them with the best gift of university education!