Creating economic opportunities for survivors and women at risk of human trafficking

Human trafficking is real, a $150 billion industry enslaving approximately 46 million people globally.

It is the most profitable illicit industry in the world. 


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I applaud Nomi Network for their important work in restoring dignity to the victims of human trafficking. Their commitment to empowering women through training and economic opportunity instills hope for their future. President Bush and I stand with you.
— MRS. LAURA BUSH Former First Lady of the United States
Nomi Network provides a unique and vital market-based approach to assisting survivors of human trafficking in Cambodia and India. By linking rural artisans to retailers in the West, Nomi is able to mitigate vulnerability to trafficking for each person it works with. The Nomi model is an important one and should be scaled as broadly as possible.
— SIDDHARTH KARA Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard School of Public Health