Current Government contributors Austria, Canada, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Liechtenstein, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, Trinidad & Tobago, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America, as well as the Spotlight Initiative, the joint effort of the European Union-United Nations to eliminate violence against women and girls. Et aussi
The UN Trust Fund receives voluntary contributions from many partners, including governments, the private sector, UN Women National Committees, non-profit organizations and concerned individuals from around the world. Although the list of UN Trust Fund donors has grown and diversified over the years, work to prevent and end violence against women remains seriously underfunded. Consequently, the UN Trust Fund’s drive to secure adequate funding highlights the need for resources to sustain the remarkable results that grantees have on the lives of women and girls. You too can make a difference. Donate today to take action on ending violence against women and girls.
In 2019, support was received from the UN Women National Committees of Austria, Germany, Iceland, Japan, the Netherlands, Sweden and the United States of America. Et aussi
The UN Trust Fund has created several partnerships with the private sector to raise funds and awareness using the colour orange. Many of these partnerships also provide sustainable and ethical economic opportunities for women to promote economic empowerment and end the cycle of violence. Et aussi