We are compelled to fight the world's greatest injustices.


Human Trafficking Intervention

Human trafficking is one of the most devastating inhumanities in the world today. Globally, it is estimated that there are over 40 million slaves—the largest amount in history.

Through transit monitoring and interception, we attack trafficking at the most strategic moment—while it is in the process of occurring and BEFORE exploitation and enslavement. We have intercepted over 23,000 people from slavery, exploitation, and abuse.


Family Homes and School

Throughout the developing world, children are cast aside by poverty, war, and the destruction of families. We serve these orphaned children by placing them in loving homes before they are subject to the devastation of the trafficking industry, drug trade, or disease.

We believe in the life-changing impact of education. Through our Dream School, we help children realize their dreams by fostering an environment where they can grow into the best version of themselves.


Love Justice International, formerly Tiny Hands International, is born with the opening of Salvation Children's Home in Chitwan, Nepal. This begins our journey, leading to additional homes for orphans opening across Nepal and Bangladesh over the next several years.


Human trafficking interception work is launched at the Nepal and India border, and our work in Bangladesh begins.


Land is purchased in Nepal as the future site of eight family homes, a K–12 school, and a vision center where volunteers can participate in an active and thriving community. "One Girl Initiative" is created as a way to rally people to eradicate the injustice of human trafficking.


Our first “Interception Record Form” (IRF) is developed, becoming the foundation for our practice of data collection.


The first two Dream Homes are completed in Nepal, housing children. We launch our “Justice Operations” division to investigate and convict those involved in human trafficking.


The first trafficker to be convicted as a direct result of our investigation and prosecution work is sent to prison. Since then, hundreds of traffickers have been convicted through the joint efforts of our international staff and local police.


We set up a database to store all IRFs and “Victim Interview Forms,” and we begin doing analysis on this data.


After years of trying to adapt our transit monitoring strategy outside Nepal, we have a breakthrough first intercept at a train station in Bangladesh. This proves that transit monitoring can work beyond Nepal, and we begin eyeing other countries for future expansion.


Our "5-Year Plan" (to pilot transit monitoring in 10 countries in 5 years) is created, and with the formation of a research team, we begin gearing up to expand. Tiny Hands India is established and has its first interceptions.


In April, we open our Dream School in Pokhara, Nepal, empowering students to become difference makers in the world through excellent education.


We began our first transit monitoring station in South Africa in April, followed by two more by 2018. Our first investigations department started in South Africa in August, followed by one more the next August.


We pilot transit monitoring in Mongolia, Malawi, and Zimbabwe. Tiny Hands International becomes Love Justice International as we continue to grow our mission and expand our work.


On June 3, 2019, we began our first transit monitoring station in New Delhi, India.
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Where We Work

Our core work is currently based in Nepal, India, Bangladesh, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Malawi, Kenya, Uganda, Benin, Tanzania, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Rwanda, Namibia, Cambodia, Mozambique, and Lesotho.

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