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
PRESS RELEASE: UK announces new support to the UN Trust Fund for grassroot women’s rights organizations
At an FCDO event marking the annual 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, the UK Development Minister Andrew Mitchell announced the new support up to £18 million for grassroots women’s rights organizations to the UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women. 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
Our Annual Report 2022 is out!
In 2022, UN Trust Fund grantee organizations continued to deliver life-saving work in the face of the protracted impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and other overlapping crises around the world. Learn more
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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.

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.

Group of women outside sitting in front of large banners for their UN Trust Fund supported project
Empowering Indigenous women and girls to access justice in rural Bolivia

The Centro Yanapasiñani Bolivia para el desarrollo de la Mujer y la familia is leading transformative change to ensure Indigenous women and girls can reclaim their right to justice and support services.

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Empowering rural women and communities to end gender-based violence in Nigeria

WUEE runs a project to ensure rural women and girls survivors and at risk of violence can have access to justice, economic opportunities and support services.

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