Creating economic opportunities for survivors and women at risk of human trafficking
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Where do we work?

Nomi Network works in the capital city of Phnom Penh to strengthen the Cambodian fashion industry in order to create ethical supply chains and provide safe employment opportunities for survivors and women at risk of human trafficking.


 
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What’s our approach?

  • We build the capacity of existing nonprofits and social enterprises that run reintegration and empowerment programs for survivors and at risk individuals

  • We provide advanced technical training skills and work with local entrepreneurs to help build up the local Cambodian fashion sector

  • We create jobs and market access for survivors and individuals at risk of labor exploitation

 
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PROGRAMS

 
 

 
 

Advanced Fashion Training

Nomi International Fashion Training center (NIFT) trains local, homegrown designers, NGOs/social enterprises, and small retail shops so that the fashion sector in Cambodia will grow to create a job market and generate ethical labor standards.

Mentorship and Coaching

We create opportunities for participants to engage with international trainers, be matched with expert mentors, and travel to learn from industry leaders overseas.

Product Development and Market Access

We work with social enterprises and organizations that work with survivors and women at risk of being trafficked to manufacture products for the NOMI label and large global retailers. Nomi’s production orders create work for these partners and provide them market access through our global sales activities.

Industry and Market Events

We host events to educate and bolster the sector. These industry events provide special skills like fashion forecasting, promote market access, and create opportunities to network and engage with experts. Additionally, Nomi hosts a handicraft festival to promote our partners and create a local sales platform.

Capacity Building Grants

We provide capacity-building grants to social enterprises and NGOs working with survivors. These help our partners become sustainable and competitive, and better address the needs of their employees.