Innovative Projects funded previously under the UN Trust Fund

The UN Trust Fund against Violence against Women is a funding opportunity for NGOs working on gender-based issues in different countries around the world. While large organizations can request funding of up to US $300,000, small and grassroots organizations can apply for grants of up to US $100,000. However, projects have to be fairly innovative and in line with the priorities of the Fund.

In order to submit a good application, it is important to conceptualize the right project with an effective strategy and express it through your proposal. But while developing such a project, it is necessary to refer to other projects working to address the same issue. The best practices and lessons learned from such previous projects help in designing an innovative project proposal. Besides, referring to those projects – that received successful funding from UN Trust Fund during the previous years – enhances your knowledge about the potential areas and strategies can receive potential funding.

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We have compiled a list of some innovative projects which received funding from UN Trust Fund in 2009-10 and 2011-2012 grant cycles. You can go through these projects below to understand the rationale under which they were proposed and what kind of strategy they adopted to address the issue of gender-based violence. Click below on the links for more information:

You can also refer to some project ideas to address Violence against Women (VAW) in Developing Countries developed previously: