As health, economic and security concerns increase around the world related to the COVID-19 pandemic, emerging data shows an increase of violence against women and girls. The UN Trust Fund is adjusting its operations and responding swiftly to the evolving crisis. Et aussi
The global COVID-19 pandemic has further marginalized women and girls living with disabilities in Pakistan. UN Trust Fund grantee, Christoffel-Blindenmission Deutschland e.V. (CBM), is working with local organization Bedari to rapidly adapt in response to these unprecedented challenges. Et aussi
As the current COVID-19 global pandemic spreads through the world, the UN Trust Fund, and its grantees, recognize the gender dimensions of the impact from the COVID-19 outbreak. Et aussi
In the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, Physicians for Human Rights and its community of health professionals are a voice for sound and timely policies that promote gender-aware, adequate, and equitable care and social services for all. Et aussi
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.
In Cambodia, UN Trust Fund grantees the Cambodia Women’s Crisis Centre and ADD International work together to create a future free from violence for women and girls living with disabilities.