Traffickers often transport Nepali girls to India where they are sold to brothels for commercial sexual exploitation. To curb this crime, various anti-trafficking NGOs work with government authorities at stationed posts along the border to identify and report suspected traffickers
We bring freedom, justice and restoration to those suffering from human trafficking and other extreme injustice.
Globally, one billion people live in oppressive slums, surrounded by severe desperation and crime. Over 40 million are trapped in slavery. They are forced into sex slavery, bonded labor, child slavery and other forms of extreme injustice.
We partner with local organizations and global stakeholders to eradicate human trafficking and other extreme injustice by securing justice for individuals, empowering local partners and improving justice systems.
Securing Justice for Individuals
Facilitate joint rescue operations to free thousands of oppressed children, women and men.
Empowering Local Partners
Equip and strengthen local nonprofit organizations and businesses to fight injustice through human rights training, legal services and funding.
Improving Justice Systems
Conduct research, advocate for changes in policies and laws, and build justice networks.
Together we can transform lives and change oppressed communities, for good.
Stories of freedom, justice and restoration.
In an ongoing effort to rescue victims trapped in commercial sexual exploitation, Justice Ventures International (JVI) and one of its local partners working closely with a Nepali government Anti-Human Trafficking Unit (AHTU) successfully rescued four females (two minors, two adults) from
Human trafficking is a form of slavery affecting over 40.3 million lives across the globe. It is estimated that over 171,000 persons living in Nepal are enslaved, which includes being trapped in bonded labour or sex trafficking. Bonded labour is