ACT - Expression of Interest
The UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women seeks to fund multi-countries initiatives aimed at strengthening women's rights and feminist movements in the context of ending violence against women and girls in Latin America and sub-Saharan Africa. Deadline: 22 April 2024. Learn more
In Focus: International Women's Day 2024 and CSW68
Join the UN Trust Fund on International Women's Day and all throughout CSW68 to call for feminist funding to civil society and women's rights organizations working to end violence against women and girls. #InvestInWomen Learn more
In Focus: WE RISE 2023
“We Rise 2023” is a Regional Learning Exchange which happened in Nairobi, Kenya from 4 to 6 December 2023. It brought together grantees located in Africa and Latin America who received funding from the UN Trust Fund under the EU/UN Spotlight Initiative. Learn more
"Small and Mighty": a new UN Trust Fund podcast!
Listen to the voices of small civil society and women's rights organizations working to prevent and end violence against women, despite limited resources and emerging challenges. Learn more
Highlights
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UN Trust Fund grantee partners joined together during GMS Lab exercise. Credit: Diep Nguyen/UN Trust Fund
Back in Motion: 26th Cycle Cohort In-Person Workshop

From 25 to 29 February, the UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women brought together its #UNTFCommunity from its 26th grant cycle for a capacity enhancement workshop, enabling them to share experiences, network and foster a sense of community.

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Group of seven black women outside a building near a banner that reads "Break the cycle: end violence against women"
Break the cycle: End female genital mutilation in Nigeria

In Nigeria, Circuit Pointe works with community gatekeepers to raise awareness and lead advocacy efforts to put an end to harmful practices, including female genital mutilation.

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Shari, a project participant from Lesedi la Batho shows off her perfume business
Empowered women build a safer community in South Africa

Lesedi la Batho runs a project to economically empower and support survivors of violence against women and help them reclaim their rights. 

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A woman on the left is seen standing and speaking, she is wearing dark outfit with a pink scarf. Two other women are on the left, one is sitting on a chair and holding her hand on her mouth and the other, wearing a bright red hat and a white shirt is looking at the talking woman
No longer silenced: Making intimate partner violence a thing in the past in Armenia

The Women's Support Center constantly adapts to effectively supports and empowers women and girl survivors of interpersonal violence and internally displaced women and girls in Armenia.

Strategic Plan 2021⁠–⁠2025
Front cover of the UN Trust Fund Strategic Plan 2021-2025 on the left with individual women representing different groups and on the right reads UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women strategic plan 2021-2025

 

UN Trust Fund's CSW report 2024
UN Trust Fund Report to the Commission on the Status of Women 2024

 

 

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