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It’s Official!

Project Justice Intl. received some great news today that we are very happy to share with all of our supporters. Project Justice Intl. are excited to announce that our foundation has been formally approved by the Thailand Governing Sector. PJI is now recognised as a legally registered foundation in Thailand. This is a great achievement for PJI, as we can begin developing and implementing programs

PJI in Full Force

PJI's prevention program was is full force again yesterday as we continued to build relationships, earn trust and break down barriers in this beautiful village. Yesterday's program was filled with games, activities, sessions on road safety, delicious lunch and afternoon football with the older boys in the village. If you would like to find out more about how you can partner with PJI and our

We Believe In A Holistic Approach To Combat Human Trafficking

Some beautiful photos from our prevention program last weekend. PJI truly believe in a holistic approach to combat human trafficking. As we are in the first stages of implement prevention programs, we focus on building quality relationships with the children, parents, families, and leaders of this community to aim for a generational change in the lives of these children. Thank you so much to our

Our First Prevention Village Visit

Today, PJI I we had our very first prevention program session in a village in northern Thailand. PJI believe in a holistic approach to combating human trafficking in this generation. Implementing prevention programs in at-risk villages is a great tool to minimise the possibility of trafficking in the future. Our prevention program focuses on educating and empowering the children in the village to believe in their

HOPE RESTORED!! 

Part 2 of Project Justice International's first operation this week was to find a young girl who was taken 6 months ago from her family. The family are extremely poor and were promised work for their daughter helping with menial restaurant duties and cleaning tasks. She was trafficked. There was no restaurant. She was 12 years old. But two nights ago, the nightmare ended for

Our First Rescue

Last night, Project Justice Intl conducted our first rescue operation. Weeks of planning led up to this moment. Our team went into the darkest places imaginable in Sth East Asia to see young lives freed and restored. Here's the good news. Our PJI team were able to successfully rescue a 13 year old girl who had spent four months in this child- trafficking nightmare. Our

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