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FUNDING : Apply for the UN TRUST FUND 

For the purpose of putting an end to violence against marginalised women and girls, civil society organisations with a track record of success in doing so are being invited to submit project concepts to the UN Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women (UN Trust Fund).

Proposals that support one or more of the UN Trust Fund's three strategic outcome areas are encouraged:

Increasing the effectiveness of laws, policies, national action plans, and accountability systems to prevent and end VAW/G; Improving prevention of VAW/G through changes in behaviours, practices, and attitudes; and Improving access for women and girls to critical, specialised, safe, and adequate multisectoral services.
The UN Trust Fund is creating two funding windows within this framework:

The UN Trust Fund is establishing two windows of funding to address violence against marginalized women and girls and those experiencing intersecting forms of discrimination.

The General Window focuses on addressing violence in specific contexts, acknowledging that not all women and girls are at the same risk of experiencing VAW/G. Intersectional approaches help identify connections between social categories and circumstances that put certain women and girls at increased risk.

The Special Window focuses on addressing and mitigating violence against women and girls affected by crisis, supporting civil society organizations working to end violence in crisis settings.

Don't miss out on the application deadline which is 1st February 2024.

Scroll down for more details and click on the official link attached to apply now.

Additional Information

Host Institution
United Nations
Event Duration
4 years
Program Type
Fully Funded
Program Benefits
Applications from civil society organisations are accepted for grants ranging from US $150,000 to US $1,000,000.
Additionally, small civil society organisations have access to additional core and flexible funds by applying for a "small grant" between US $150,000 and US $250,000.
Eligibility Criteria
- The UN Trust Fund is seeking applications from Civil Society Organizations with specialized knowledge, expertise, and a track record of defending women's and girls' rights and eliminating violence against women and girls.
- Organizations must have at least five years of relevant programming experience and provide information on their technical expertise and experience. Prioritized organizations include women's rights organizations (WRO), women-led organizations, and organizations led by and for marginalized women and girls.
- Small organizations must have an annual operational budget of less than US$ 200,000 over the last three years. Supporting documents are required to determine the organization's status.
- International non-government organizations (INGOs) may apply if they demonstrate their added value and intention to strengthen local WRO/CSO partners' capacities.

- Legal status and registration are required for the lead applicant, and applicants must demonstrate capacity for operational, financial, and human resource management. Certified financial statements must be submitted for three fiscal years, and organizations can only apply once.
- Applications should include no more than four co-implementing partners, and the lead applicant organization will be accountable for managing the grant award.
Eligible Countries
All Countries

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