Reporting

Comunicadoras, who are women's rights defenders, record programming for the radio show "Voices of the Women of Wangki Tangni" from MADRE, UN Trust Fund grantee. Photo: UN Trust Fund Portfolio Manager: Mildred Garcia

Each year, the UN Trust Fund submits a report to the Commission on the Status of Women and Human Rights Council as well as an annual report to its donors. An archive of UN Trust Fund reports can be found here. The reports deliver information on the UN Trust Fund and its grantees’ successes, and the difference these joint efforts make around the world. Last year alone the Fund reached over 6 million individuals with projects aimed to prevent and end violence against women and girls.

The UN Trust Fund supports and compliments the local and national efforts of UN Women and the entire United Nations system to prevent and end violence against women and girls by funding innovative civil society-led initiatives. Results from UN Trust Fund funded projects show that with sustainable investments, violence against women and girls can be stopped, prevented and eliminated.

Reporting by the UN Trust Fund follows its Strategic Plan and Results Framework to measure results, enabling the UN Trust Fund and stakeholders to monitor achievements, learn lessons and be accountable for the funds entrusted to it.

Latest Report: 2018 Report to the Commission on the Status of Women
Featured Report to the Commission on the Status of Women 2018

UN Trust Fund CSW 2018

Read the UN Trust Fund report to the Commission on the Status of Women. 

Featured UN Trust Fund Annual Report

UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women Annual Report 2017

The UN Trust Fund's 2017 Annual Report includes progress and milestones from the past year. Read more.

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