Commitment to End Violence against Refugee Women and Girls
At the 2016 Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting, the UN Trust Fund committed to fund projects that address violence against women and girls in the current refugee crisis. Learn more
Grantee Spotlight: Empowering Refugee Women and Girls
“When my husband beat me, I came here,” said Bu Meh about a UN Trust Fund-supported project in a refugee camp on the Thailand-Myanmar border.Learn more
UN Trust Fund Annual Report 2015
The UN Trust Fund Annual Report 2015 describes the impact and key achievements of the Fund in 2015 and highlights results over the past 20 years. Learn more
Nicole Kidman wears Orange Heart
“For 20 years, the UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women has supported inspiring initiatives to end violence against women around the world. Its mission is a cause very dear to me,” says Nicole Kidman. Learn more
In focus: 20th anniversary of the UN Trust Fund
The UN Trust Fund is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2016 and enters its third decade of grant giving buoyed by a unique body of knowledge and experience.Learn more
UN Trust Fund Grants Management System
The Online Grants Management System (GMS) is an interactive tool providing easy access to information from the UN Trust Fund. Visit the Grants Management System.Learn more
UN Trust Fund grantee, CAMTRA, stages artistic and cultural events with young people in Brazil to raise awareness about violence against women and girls. More
“We didn’t know how to speak out about it,” said Ndyandin Dawara. “In the workshop we... talked about pertinent issues about FGM, something that affects our lives, that has been hurting us.” More
The UN Trust Fund kicked off celebrations of its 20th year of grant-making with an event in Amsterdam in April. More
UN Trust Fund Strategic Plan 2015-2020
The Strategic Plan outlines the work of the next five years under three pillars: giving grants, collecting and collating evidence and results, and global advocacy to end violence against women. Read more.
UN Trust Fund grantee, Grassroot Soccer, implements a girl-centered programme which addresses the intersection of violence against women and HIV. The project fosters girls' empowerment, expands their awareness of sexual and reproductive rights and increases their access to medical, legal and psychosocial services. Read more.
Featured Partner: SeeMe
SeeMe, a fair trade company, launched a signature Orange Heart necklace to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the UN Trust Fund. Women survivors of violence in Tunisia make the necklaces, which symbolize a bright future free from violence for women and girls. Proceeds from sales benefit projects supported by the UN Trust Fund. Read more.