Nomi Network carefully selects additional non-profits to partner with that share our vision to eradicate human trafficking. We collaborate with these organizations through our advanced training program as well as through co-producing products and providing additional distribution channels. Through working together we can provide even more job opportunities for women who are survivors and at risk of human trafficking.


Freeset is located in Sonagacchi, the largest, most infamous sex district in Kolkata, India. Within a few square miles more than 10,000 women stand in line selling their bodies to thousands of men who visit daily. Many are trafficked from surrounding countries such as Bangladesh and Nepal. Others are from rural India, driven into prostitution by desperation, poverty and the cries of their hungry children. Nomi started partnering with Freeset in 2012 and has since supported over 140 women in their programs.

Nomi Network partners with Freeset for the production of its tee shirts.



Sak Saum is pioneering a self-sustaining business model. From the beginning, its goal has been to create a nurturing, empowering, restorative program which facilitates vocational training in sewing, the creation of excellent products, and community development. They believe in combining powerful, life-changing outreach with effective, excellent business. 

 Nomi Network partners with Sak Saum for the production of products such as our Madhubani Wallets.

Our partner, StopStart, has been employing vulnerable men and women and survivors of sex trafficking in Phnom Penh since 1996. Nomi started its partnership with StopStart in 2008 by providing design training and leadership development, and has since supported more than 80 women through garnering over $100,000 in product sales.

Nomi Network partners with Start Stop Enterprise for the production of products such as our Slogan Zip Tote.


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