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Nomi Network

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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Crime & Law, Sexual Abuse Prevention

Mission: Nomi Network is a non-profit organization dedicated to the eradication of human trafficking by creating training and job opportunities for survivors and women at-risk, while increasing economic opportunities for their products and services.

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

Programs: Nomi network provides direct vocational training to survivors and women at risk of human trafficking. Nomi network also helps women secure jobs and financial independence through specialized training.

Community Stories

3 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters



Rating: 5

I saw the Nomi Network table at a concert and was drawn in by their cool front pocket T shirts. When i learned of their vision and mission I couldnt help but fall in love! Great cause that I fully support! The staff were sweet and helpful and explaining the non profit and I enjoyed my expierence at the Nomi table.


Rating: 5

I learned about Nomi through its founder. Over the years I have continued to be impressed with her commitment to her faith, sacrificial love for victims of slavery and dedication to a God-driven way to freedom. I am confident that under her leadership Nomi will grow as a force against oppression for those who need it most.


Rating: 5

I met Nomi's founder while I was working for an anti-trafficking organization in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. She impressed me as someone who is not only compassionate, but also disciplined, focused, and driven. In the last four years, I have seen the organization grow in vision, depth and scope. I love Nomi's mission, which provides hope for women as it builds economies, educates consumers and builds anti-trafficking partnerships around the world. I'm proud to have played a tiny role in this organization's invaluable work.