Who we are
We are commited to end the issue of sex trafficking, as well as to prevent vulnerable women and children from being trafficked.
Handicrafts made in Cambodia Nov 13, 2014
[Cambodia][Recruitment -> Closed] Kamonohashi, Cambodia Office Local Coordinator / Consultant (Expert) Oct 07, 2012
Kamo’s representative participated in the Trust Women Conference 2013 in LondonDec 3-4, 2013
Trust Women Conference organized by Thompson Reuters Foundation has been focusing for the past two years on the issue of human trafficking and action against it. Kamo joined the conference and networked with various stakeholders from all over the world! About the conference, here is more detailed info (http://www.trustwomenconf.com/).
[India] “Zero Traffick” Research Report is ready for dissemination!Nov 8, 2013
Kamo, together with Hummingbird Trust from UK (http://thehummingbirdtrust.co.uk/), commissioned to Dasra to produce a research report analysing issue and stakeholders of human trafficking in India. The report is concise and yet comprehensive to understand the issue and various interventions NGOs have been implementing.
[Japan] Participated in AVPN Seminar in TokyoOct 25, 2013
Being a member of AVPN, Kamo took part in its invite-only roundtable discussion led by Fiona Halton, CEO of Pilotlight UK. The roundtable discussed the key issues that can unlock more human capital towards capacity-building of social purpose organisations (SPOs).
[Japan] Kamo Board Meeting was held in TokyoOct 20, 2013
Kamo’s board meeting is held quarterly. The first board meeting after General Assembly 2013 in June this year greeted new board members, Professor Takashi Shimozawa and Mr. Ken Ito, in addition to our long-serving board members, Sayaka Murata, Kenta Aoki and Keisuke Motoki. Professor Shimozawa held tenure of Secretary General of Shaplaneer and JANIC, both Japanese NPOs, before joining Kamo’s Advisory Committee in 2010. Mr. Ito, Japan Advisor to AVPN, is the Board Member of Social Investment Partners and has expertise on bringing growth to social sector while producing impact on their social issues.
[Japan] Set up booth in Global Festival in TokyoOct 5-6, 2013
This year also we set up booth in Global Festival in Hibiya Park in Tokyo. In spite of poor and cold weather on the first day, many people kindly visited our booth to learn our initiatives in Cambodia and India. We sold products from our Community Factory in Siem Reap, Cambodia, such as book cover, pencil case, name card holder and others.
[India] Training of Trainers (TOT) under "Restoring Smiles through Dance" Project was heldAug 21–31, 2013
Our partner, Kolkata Sanved, organized a TOT session with 14 participants from various NGOs in Mumbai in order to teach the specific Dance Movement Therapy (DMT) module for the survivors of human trafficking. Kamo’s representative also participated in the session for a few days to understand and feel the dynamism and impact of the Module.
[India] Stakeholder meeting was held for the "Restoring Smiles through Dance" Project in MumbaiJul 19, 2013
Our partners, Kolkata Sanved and Save the Children India (STCI), organized a stakeholder meeting in Mumbai in collaboration for publishing the research report that Kolkata Sanved developed in 2012 funded by Kamo. The meeting was attended by 34 stakeholders from Maharashtra, the Judge of Metropolitan Magistrate Mazgaon Court, representatives from Department of Women and Child Development (DWCD) Maharashtra, Government shelter homes, UNICEF, International Justice Mission (IJM), Tata Institute of Social Science (TISS), and local NGOs.
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