Senhoa Benefits Survivors of Human Trafficking

 - May 3, 2012
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Senhoa is social enterprise selling jewelry that benefits victims of human trafficking. Through the creation of income-generating opportunities, social reintegration programs and intellectual resources for self-empowerment, Senhoa aims to provide recovering women the chance to gain economic independence.

Having gained support from celebrities such as Canadian model Coco Rocha (who has designed a line for them), Senhoa remits all of its profits back into its community development projects. The two projects currently listed by Senhoa are Cambodia, often cited as one of the worst countries in the world for human trafficking, and India.

In Cambodia, there are four projects being implemented by Senhoa including a pre-school and community center and a safe house for girls.

Aside from seeing Senhoa's projects and jewelry, the site also provides a listing of job postings, volunteer positions and other opportunities for those interested to get involved.

Contact Information
Senhoa website
Senhoa on Facebook
Senhoa on Twitter