This week, Mrs. T. and one of our children are in Cambodia (the latter of whom is writing about it here). They’re “on site” to learn more about the Nomi Network.
As I’ve written before, we support the organization, which battles sex trafficking in India and Cambodia. They do so by creating meaningful jobs for survivors or those who are at risk.
I’m grateful to the many friends who came to our house before Christmas for a Nomi info session and/or felt called to donate. One of the group’s co-founders, Diana Mao, shared what she and her colleagues are doing. She showed the video below.
The organization is named after a girl named Nomi, who at eight years-old was a sex-trafficking survivor. Diana met Nomi and decided to start an organization named after her. Sadly, Nomi is still undergoing rehabilitation.
For me, the Nomi Network’s mission is incredibly worthy. I hope you decide to learn more.