On November 10th, 2019 JVI along with one of our local partners, government officials and local authorities rescued 35 bonded labor victims (8 families) from agricultural bondage in Chakai, Bihar, India. Chakai is a large village located in Jokihat Block of Araria district, Bihar. During the course of inquiry all laborers gave very strong and cogent statements and expressed their willingness to be free from the bondage. The owner was removed from the location and the survivors immediately began to receive services. Previous Next
New Delhi, India On October 18, 2016, Justice Ventures International (JVI) and its local partner, EFICOR, collaborated with local police and government officials to rescue twenty six young boys (10-14 years) from bonded child labor. These children were forced to live
The second annual Race for Freedom 5K Run and Walk is tomorrow! Running or walking a 5k will take you less than one hour, but every step and every sponsorship makes freedom possible for many men, women and children. In the last week and half, through your
Haryana, India September 9, 2016 Reena*, a 16 year-old girl, who was trafficked from a village in Murshidabad, West Bengal and forced to marry a 30 year-old man in Haryana was rescued on September 5, 2016. The rescue was conducted through a
Haryana, India September 3, 2016 A 28-year-old man from Assam, who was forced to work at a cafeteria in a 24-hr steel factory in Haryana, was successfully rescued on September 3, 2016. The rescue was conducted by Justice Ventures International (JVI) and
Bihar, India and Nepal The northern parts of India, in the state of Bihar, and along the border of Nepal have experienced heavy rains and heavy flooding since mid-June. The widespread flooding has misplaced countless families from their homes, including many families
Bihar, India In October 2014, Renu Devi (pictured above) and 165 other men, women and children were rescued from bonded labor slavery in Bihar through a rescue operation conducted by government officials working with JVI and one of our local justice partners.
Bihar, India On May 24, 2016, JVI and two of its partners collaborated with local police to rescue Ritu*, a minor girl who had been trafficked from her village in West Bengal and made to work in the sex trade in