Rating: 4.81 stars 21 reviews
Issues: Crime & Law
Location: P.O. Box 533 New York NY 10016 USA
Results: Our 2009 Cambodia Pilot Project has resulted in 4,373 bags sold, fair wages and health benefits for 23 women, contributed to growth of organization from 23 to 80 employees, and Walmart.com launching Buy Her Bag Not Her Body products on their ecommerce site as part of their Women's Empowerment Initiative. Our India "Train the Trainer" Program has conducted training in leadership, entrepreneurship, and technical skills that has provided secure jobs for women.
Geographic areas served: Cambodia, India
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Nomi network is not only a non-profit with a genuine cause, but an inspiring organization. Nomi network's commitment to their cause and the way in which they promote awareness has opened the eyes of many to the existence an harms of human trafficking. The way this company creates economic opportunities for survivors of human trafficking, and those at risk, is undoubtedly one of the main reasons Nomi network is one of the greatest non profit organizations around.
Nomi Network had been on my radar for a while now as an organization that not only has fashionable goods, but an incredible cause. I love what they do and I love how they do it. If you are looking for a volunteer opportunity go here! The people at Nomi Network are honest, hard working and passionate women and men fighting for one of life's greatest tragedies.
I learned about Nomi through its founders. They are an inspiring group of people who who seek to combat and eliminate human and sex trafficking. Through their different programs, including one in India, women are educated and given tools to have other means of employment. Love for these victims is motivation behind every single decision made and, because of that, I have no doubt that this organization will succeed in their fight. What began as a small school assignment has become life-changing opportunities to suffering women all over the world.
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