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A River of Justice Running Deep and Wide

JVI takes great inspiration from Amos 5:24 – “Let justice roll on like a river, righteousness, like a never-ending stream.” Our desire is to see this river of justice flow powerfully through both a deep and wide strategy in the fight against human trafficking. We are deeply impacting communities through strategically located Justice Hubs in …

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JVI Justice Partner Spotlight: Sari Bari

Partnership is at the heart of our work at JVI. JVI builds the capacity of local nonprofits, businesses and other organizations engaged in the work of justice by coming alongside, joining together as partners and bolstering their effectiveness. Partnering is effective, efficient, sustainable and scalable. JVI has over 50 local justice partners (and growing). Sari …

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After Two Long Years, A Single Mother From Nepal Is Now Free

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 to officials. Unfortunately, *Jina and *Harish managed to cross the border to India undetected. Jina, …

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New JVI Resource: Nepal Anti-HumanTrafficking Legal Reference Toolkit

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 a form of modern slavery that consists of the exploitation of persons forced to work …

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New JVI Resource: Citizens’ Guide To Combatting Human Trafficking In China

The People’s Republic of China (PRC) is a source, transit, and destination country for trafficking in persons, primarily for forced labor and sexual exploitation. The majority of trafficking occurs within China’s borders. China’s migrant population is especially vulnerable to internal trafficking. Internationally, victims from neighboring countries such as Burma, Vietnam, Laos, Mongolia, Russia, and North …

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Four Females Rescued From Sex Trafficking In Nepal

Human trafficking in Nepal takes place in the form of commercial sexual exploitation and involuntary servitude. Approximately 15,000 to 20,000 persons are trafficked in Nepal every year. It is estimated over 50 women and girls are trafficked each day into India from Nepal. On April 4th, 2021, JVI along with the local Anti Human Trafficking …

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New JVI Resource: Advocating for Citizens’ Rights In Maharashtra

India has a surprising number of government services available to its residents. Many of these services are, by right, available to the poor residents of villages and urban slums. Unfortunately, many poor residents are not able to access these services due to:  lack of knowledge about the entitlement;  lack of identity documents and confidence in …

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