Human trafficking is a lucrative business that continues to pull people into its complex illicit networks. In order to eradicate human trafficking, we need to create a more effective ecosystem than that of the traffickers.
Our Theory of Change (ToC) is that systemic changes in the criminal justice and rehabilitation systems will increase deterrence to
the crime of human trafficking and access to justice by the survivors of human trafficking. We implement our ToC by connecting key stakeholders, fostering an environment of shared learning, funding transformative projects and empowering survivors.
We are a non-profit organization headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. Since our foundation in 2002,
our mission has been to create a world without human trafficking.
“The work experience with Kamonohashi has been extremely evolving and enriching for us. Kamo has been constantly looking for innovative and proven solutions to the complex issue of human trafficking and piloting with th Indian context and community.”
“In the last three years, Kamonohashi has been a partner striving to improve, develop and grow, to dream bigger but to stay grounded in reality. They value dialogue, transparency, and social justice, all of which are essential to build together a more inclusive equitable and sustainable development path. ”
“During the year as Aangan discussed a potential partnership, it was clear that Kamo's interest is beyong organizations, projects and grants. There is a clear commitment to solving the problem through a joint coordinated effort, bringing a diverse set of stakeholders together in a meticulously planned manner.”
“Kamo is not only a Donor, but also tries to understand from the heart the hurdles faced by its partners and advices for our organization's development and effectiveness. Their focus on Survivor's Voice and the Voice on the ground is very much appreciated.”
“Kamonohashi is a believer in innovation and new approach, and we share a common belief in the strength, empowerment and voice of survivors. With thier support we have been able to increase the geographical reach of our anti-trafficking programs, not only in Bengal, but in Maharashtra as well.”
“The representatives of Kamo in India share a marvelous relationship with all the members of consortium, which makes working together more expedient. Kamo has proved itself an efficient, successful, understanding and adjusting partner to work with.”
“Our partnership started in 2014 when we worked with the Kamonohashi team on monitoring of their of their India projects. The creativity and flexibility of the team made working with them an exciting and a learning experience. The team was very supportive and open to new ideas making the entire engagement complete in a consultative and participative mode. It was a true partnership and we look forward working on more projects.”