Advocating for services and legislation to protect survivors of violence in Ecuador
“Previously violence was well hidden [...] and we did not dare to report it”, said Martha Chango. UN Trust Fund grantee, ACDemocracia works in 10 districts in Ecuador to address gaps in service delivery and to guarantee women’s access to justice. Learn more
Zero tolerance: ending violence against marginalized women in China
China’s first law on domestic violence was passed in December 2015, but implementation is yet to include all those at risk. Organizations like Equality, a UN Trust Fund grantee, are working to ensure that the law is applied consistently in all cases of violence. Learn more
UN Trust Fund's Annual Partner Survey Results
The second anonymous annual partner survey of the UN Trust Fund shows that grantees are highly satisfied with the UN Trust Fund’s service, advice and support. Learn more
Collaborating across sectors to build a world free of human trafficking
A one-day conference, co-hosted by the UN Trust Fund and Shiva Foundation, on 9 March 2018 discussed and agreed on collaborative modalities to tackle human trafficking. Learn more
Donate to support the UN Trust Fund
You can make a difference. Every $12 dollars donated changes the life of one woman or girl. Donations to the UN Trust Fund can be made via text or online. Learn more
The Women’s Justice Initiative, supported by the UN Trust Fund, combines legal literacy courses with mobile legal outreach, and is the only organization taking action to prevent violence against women in 18 rural indigenous communities. More
“We decided to abandon these practices” – Boubacar Sissoko, a village chief, said about the harmful traditional practice of Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting, which is inflicted on 89 per cent of women and girls in Mali. AMSOPT, supported by the UN Trust Fund, is working to end FGM/C in the country. More
Nicolasa Palomino Cárdenas, aged 87, suffered violence during the internal armed conflict in Peru. She participated in a programme set up in two regions of Peru by the Red Nacional de Promocion de la Mujer (RNPM) supported by the UN Trust Fund. More
"Our rights were violated. We could not set our goals, make decisions, fight for us and others.” These are the words of Edith Vera a woman who spent over 20 years in residential institutions in Serbia. More
- Case Study: Advocating for services and legislation to protect survivors of violence in Ecuador
- Case Study: UN Trust Fund's Annual Partner Survey Results
- Case Study: Zero tolerance: ending violence against marginalized women in China
- Event: Using data and evidence to scale-up, replicate and sustain project results
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.
ACDemocracia, a UN Trust Fund grantee, works in 10 districts in Ecuador to address gaps in service delivery and to guarantee women’s access to justice. Watch this video to learn more.
Leading up to and during CSW62, the UN Trust Fund and Shiva Foundation hosted a one day conference focused on collaborating across sectors to end human trafficking. During CSW62, the UN Trust Fund organized a Brownbag Series to showcase the successes and results of grantees. Read more.