Who is Dylan?
Artwork by Foo Swee Chin
Collaboration with XXX
Artwork by Jed Siroy
Collaboration with ECPAT Philippines
Where is Dylan?
Artwork by Foo Swee Chin.
Collaboration with ECPAT USA in New York.
Artwork by Tiffany L. Pascal
Collaboration with Mentari and Indonesian survivor advocate Shandra Woworuntu.
Art work by Tiffany L. Pascal
Partnering with CCDO (Cambodia Child Dream Organization, cambodiachildsdream.org) in Siem Reap, and Cambodia ACTs (cambodiaacts.org/en) in Phnom Penh.
Hoa & Lan
Art work by Risa Nikaido
Collaboration with PALS (Pacific Links Foundation,pacificlinks.org), a specialist in anti-trafficking outreach in Vietnamese border villages.
Artwork by Foo Swee Chin.
Collaboration with National association against honor related violence, Stockholm Sweden (GAPF)
Artwork by Manila based Alturia Hill
Collaboration with Fulbright ETA program in Malaysia.
Artwork by Tiffany L. Pascal.
Collaboration with Colombian Non-Profit-Organizations, Fundación Renacer, Fundación Women’s Link Worldwide Colombia. Fundación Nueva Vida Para Todos
Waiting for Sunrise
Art work by Michio Akaishi.
Partnered with ECPAT Thailand Foundation, based in Chiang Rai, to produce, print & distribute Waiting for Sunrise.
Chameli Goes to School
Art work by Yusaku Emoto.
10,000 copies were printed.
Distribution of the comic books started April 2014 with distribution partners SASANE
(sasane.org.np) and New Future Nepal (newfurturenepal.org) to reach remote villages in the
Himalayas, and NFN schools and orphanages starting with the Lamjung region.
February 2013. PILOT PROJECT
Art work by Yusaku Emoto.
Cause Vision partnered with CEIDAS (Centro de Estudios e Investigacion en Desarrollo y Asistencia Social, ceidas.org.mx, @ceidas)
Wash your Hands
Artwork by Lori Bailey
Collaboration with Cambodian Community Dream Organization
MICRO INFORMATION is CHANGE MEDIA
Cause Vision’s mission is to educate people about issues, rooted in our desire to promote social and behavioral change that ultimately leads to improving populations’ well-being.
The role of the media has changed in the last few decades thanks to new technologies and the internet. People have access to more information now than at any other time in human history.
However, there are many people left behind. In spite of these revolutionary changes in the way people obtain information, millions of people throughout the world simply do not have access to it.
Cause Vision believes that even a small piece of information can change lives.
Illiteracy, lack of infrastructure, political censorship, gender discrimination, poverty or just geographic inconvenience are just a few factors that compromise the integrity of all peoples’ rights to living healthy and safe lives. For example, in some countries, over 40% of the population is illiterate. Many parts of the world still do not have access to dependable electricity. Moreover, populations in need face numerous issues such as poor health and sanitation, human rights violations, and environmental sustainability. Consequently, they have no access to the types or amounts of information to which we in the developed world are accustomed.
CAUSE VISION produces media and materials to inform and educate communities on issues directly relevant to their people; these materials are conceived and produced to be disseminated among communities most in need of these welfare-enhancing resources.
Our mission to educate people about such issues is rooted in our desire to promote social and behavioral change that ultimately leads to improving populations’ well-being. Such materials are to be distributed through local organizations that reach out to those communities and educate them.
To support such local grassroots organizations’ activities, we provide social marketing and media consulting, as well as media production at marginal cost, depending of the funding and the size of the applicable organizations. Cause Vision’s projects will include the most appropriate media to educate global communities on.
WHO WE ARE
Founder and President of Cause VIsion. Ms. Utsumi’s professional experiences include work as a photojournalist and author. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law from Konan University in Japan. After obtaining a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University she worked as a communication consultant at World bank. For more information, visit
Vice President of Cause Vision. Mr. Wice is Co-Founder and President of Adaptive Investment Solutions (adaptive-investments.com). A graduate of Harvard College (AB) and the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania (MBA), Mr. Wice also has experience in journalism (Time Magazine, Barron’s) and media (Time Warner, McCann Erickson).
Nicole Barrett is Director of the Joint International Justice and Human Rights Clinic at Osgoode Hall and University of British Columbia Law Schools. She was previously a Trial Lawyer and a Legal Officer for the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague and a Senior Scholar in Residence at New York University law school's Center for Human Rights and Global Justice, where she directed legal projects with international criminal courts and tribunals. National Task Force on the Trafficking of Women and Girls in Canada convened by the Canadian Women’s Foundation
Outreach Consultant, Honolulu HI
Deborah is a child protection advocate and human trafficking awareness trainer, particularly in the area of the airline, airport, and tourism industries. Deborah is a former active member of Airline Ambassador, specializing in education on human trafficking.
Project Assessment Advisor, Madrid Spain.
Gregorio has worked for international organizations including UNICEF and UNHCR in Africa, Arab, and Latin American countries. He has a Master's degree in International Relations and Communication, Political Science from Complutense in Madrid.
Cause Vision joined a charity event for children at "Ciudad Boliver"
and gave out Las Mariposas"
Short lectures on "Grooming"
to 200 students at a high school in
With the help of the mayor of the city Duitama Colombia, we reached out
150 students at school.
Some students joined the classs from home via internet, due to the Panfemic
Preparing for Comic for Hawaii
We interviewed Child advocate organizations in Honolulu to learn about the situation of .uman trafficking, and promised our collaboration.
As a part of a preproduction research trip to Hawaii, we visited the area where more original Hawaiians live.