Project Justice Intl exists to combat child-trafficking and empower at-risk children and youths across Thailand.
Our mission at Project Justice is to:
PREVENT – Children From Being Trafficked
PROTECT – Exploited Children From Harm
SEEK JUSTICE – Through Prosecutions
RESTORE – Precious Lives & Rebuild Futures
Through our partnership with Global Development Group via Project J858, Project Justice implements a range of educational,vocational and protection projects specifically empowering the most at-risk children.
Project Justice implements a Trafficking Prevention Program in Wiangsa Village where there is a high risk of trafficking, substance abuse and exploitation of young people.
Our Prevention Program is designed to raise awareness about the risks and signs of trafficking and to equip young people and parents with information and strategies so they can avoid becoming victims. This program is conducted weekly in Wiangsa Village, impacting a community of over 160 children and adults.
Our Project Justice Education Centre operates every weekday in Wiangsa Village, providing educational scholarships to over 40 children from Wiangsa Village. The children and teenagers of Wiangsa Village participate in Thai language classes, English language classes, homework help, personal development courses and much more.
Project Justice implements a Life Skills Training Program, focused on up-skilling at-risk youths from low socio-economic areas of Northern Thailand. This increases their employability, their ability to generate income to support themselves and their family. The students in this program participate in on-site vocational training through a variety of jobs requested by the local community as well as facilitate a Furniture Manufacturing micro-enterprise and fitness centre project.
Thank you so much for your interest in helping the work of Project Justice Intl and GDG through Project J858. You are supporting projects that transform and restore lives across Thailand, and provide young people with the hope and future every child deserves.