India, with over 1.1 billion people, has a growing economy and a rich cultural history. At the same time, according to World Bank, approximately two thirds of Indians live with an income of less that $2 a day. Millions suffer from human trafficking and other extreme forms of injustice due to poverty, corruption, discrimination, and other unjust causes. 

JVI works with local partners to address these issues, bringing greater freedom, justice and restoration to the poor and oppressed.