Over 40 million
people live in
modern day slavery.

Fundamental freedoms are withheld, and enslaved people cannot leave because of threats, violence, coercion, deception, and abuse of power. Modern slavery disproportionately affects women and girls, who make up 71% of total victims.

Human trafficking is fueled by generational cycles of poverty and exploitation.

38%

of trafficked women are forced to marry without their consent

62%

are victims of forced labor – including bonded labor, domestic servitude, commercial sexual exploitation, and child labor

Types of
Modern Slavery

Fighting Trafficking on Multiple Fronts

  1. Women and girls vulnerable to trafficking
    We provide training in life skills and technical skills
  2. Social enterprises and local organizations
    We build up their capacity to serve survivors and at-risk women
  3. Private sector employers
    We connect women to jobs and promote fair labor standards
  4. Corporate brands and consumers
    We create transparent supply chains by connecting corporate brands with responsible sourcing and consumers with ethically-made products
  5. General Public We raise awareness about human trafficking and advocate for an end to modern-day slavery
“Nomi Network has a very thoughtful approach that respects the dignity, and autonomy, of those who are in their programs. They offer a holistic approach so that the family is positively impacted as well, breaking the generational poverty cycle.”
– Annika M, Volunteer

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