Rowland’s Helping Hand reaches out to South East Asia

Published on
April 9, 2013

As part of our Helping Hand program, Rowland has recently partnered with Cambodian-based organisation SISHA, to develop an external communication plan aimed at building the organisation’s profile in Australia.

SISHA’s mission is to increase the visibility of the effects of human trafficking, sexual exploitation and labour rights abuses in South East Asia, by raising awareness and increasing donor support for projects that are focused on the rehabilitation of abused men, women and children.

Its long-term operational goal is to expand regionally, and through an awareness building program, generate increased donor support from Australian corporations so it can continue its work in combatting human rights violations throughout the region.

Rowland’s decision to support SISHA is in keeping with our growing presence in the Asia Pacific.

More information about SISHA is available at