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European Commission - Spotlight Overview
$7.45 M Total Contributions
$0.00 Resource Contributions (Core)
$7.45 M Other Resources (Non-Core)
$6.63 M Other Resources: Spent
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Recipient Country IATI Identifier Outcome Description
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Funds: Committed
flag UN Trust Fund to EVAW
XM-DAC-41146-UTF_D_3.1 Principled, demand-driven grant-giving and capacity development.
$4,880,429 $9,170,480 $0
flag Afghanistan
XM-DAC-41146-AFG_D_3.6 National and sub-national institutions and organisations have the commitment, knowledge and capacities to legislate, advocate, plan, implement and monitor policies to prevent and respond to SGBV and HP
$3,338,641 $3,424,817 $0
flag Malawi
XM-DAC-41146-MWI_D_3.2 Spotlight Programme Outcome: Normative and policy frameworks are promoted and adapted in line with international standards, and institutions have the commitment, knowledge, and capacities to legislate, plan, implement and monitor policies to address VAWG
$1,782,732 $2,221,385 $0
flag Nigeria  
XM-DAC-41146-NGA_D_3.1 Laws and policies on VAWG in Nigeria and their implementation and monitoring are strengthened to better prevent and respond to the needs of women and girls at risk or survivors of GBV/SGBV/HP
$3,338,985 $2,540,598 $798,387
flag Liberia
XM-DAC-41146-LBR_D_3.2 By 2024, the most vulnerable and excluded groups have improved quality of life with rights-based, gender sensitive ,inclusive, equitable access and utilization of essential social services in an environment free of discrimination and violence including in humanitarian situations.
$6,794,776 $1,610,092 $5,184,684
flag Uganda
XM-DAC-41146-UGA_D_3.2 Gender Equality and Women Rights Fulfilled in a Culturally Responsive Environment
$8,561,120 $5,205,935 $3,355,185
flag Mali
XM-DAC-41146-MLI_D_3.1 By 2024, vulnerable people have improved access to social welfare services, including in humanitarian context.
$2,170,724 $1,337,745 $832,979
flag Democratic Republic of the Congo
XM-DAC-41146-COD_D_4.9 By 2024, humanitarian organizations and government humanitarian organizations are providing a coordinated, rapid and effective humanitarian response to those affected by crises in accordance with humanitarian standards and principles to reduce the excess mortality and over-morbidity of those affected.
$910,931 $2,301,931 $0
flag Mozambique
XM-DAC-41146-MOZ_D_3.1 Favourable social norms, attitudes and behaviours are promoted at community and individual levels to prevent VAW
$1,425,525 $1,068,993 $356,532
flag Ethiopia
XM-DAC-41146-ETH_D_1.7 Liaison Office: More women and girls exercise their voice, agency and leadership, including through an enabling environment that supports women’s and youth organizations
$947,795 $930,503 $17,292
flag Niger
XM-DAC-41146-NER_D_3.1 Normative and policy frameworks are promoted and adapted in line with international standards and institutions have the commitment, knwoledge and capacities to legislate, plan, implement, and monitor policies to adress VAWG, GBV and HP
$1,775,833 $899,793 $876,040
flag Honduras
XM-DAC-41146-HND_D_3.1 The State and the Honduran population reduce the violence and conflict that affects them, with particular attention to violence against women and youth.
$2,322,209 $0 $2,322,209
flag Mexico
XM-DAC-41146-MEX_D_3.1 By 2025, the Mexican State effectively implements regulatory frameworks, public policies and quality mechanisms that prevent and sanction all forms and manifestations of violence, particularly against women, girls and adolescents, to while guaranteeing access to quality services for proper care and protection for victims.
$1,739,335 $1,112,735 $626,600
flag Afghanistan
XM-DAC-41146-AFG_D_3.5 Civil society organizations are able to advocate on, and prevent and respond to VAWG through support from the Women’s Peace and Humanitarian Fund & Spotlight Initiative Fund
$1,921,764 $711,237 $1,210,527
flag Haiti
XM-DAC-41146-HTI_D_1.6 Women's rights groups, social movements and CSOs, including those representing young people and groups facing multiple and intersecting forms of discrimination, have a more effective influence, and contribute to progress towards gender equality, women's empowerment, and the elimination of all forms of violence against women and girls, including sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) and harmful practices
$1,307,999 $100,000 $1,207,999
flag Ecuador
XM-DAC-41146-ECU_D_3.2 National institutions and partners develop strategic interventions to contribute to reducing femicide and prevent and respond to violence against women and girls in the country (Spotlight goal)
$791,346 $526,910 $264,436
flag El Salvador
XM-DAC-41146-SLV_D_3.3 Outcome 3.3. of the SN aligned to Outcome 2 of the UNSDCF: By 2026, all people, especially those in situations of greater vulnerability, due to gender inequalities, increase their participation and inclusion in the political, social, and economic spheres and more fully exercise their right to a life free from violence and discrimination.
$1,065,481 $600,470 $465,011
flag Malawi
XM-DAC-41146-MWI_D_4.2 More women play a greater role in and are better saved by humanitarian response and recovery efforts
$681,223 $621,343 $59,880
flag Nigeria  
XM-DAC-41146-NGA_D_3.2 Favourable gender socio-cultural norms lead to an increased use of essential services by women and girls at risk or survivors of GBV/SGBV/HP and a decrease in VAWG
$1,141,870 $504,927 $636,943
flag Americas & the Caribbean RO
XM-DAC-41146-LAC_D_3.1 The legislative frameworks in LAC countries are aligned with international human rights standards on EVAWG and femicide/feminicide, and their implementation is monitored by women's civil society organizations, including youth and women facing multiple forms of discrimination.
$663,910 $166,469 $497,441
flag Argentina
XM-DAC-41146-ARG_D_3.1 Normative and policy frameworks are promoted and adapted in line with international standards, and institutions have the commitment, knowledge and capacities to legislate, plan, implement and monitor policies to address VAW and femicide
$472,822 $418,188 $54,634
flag Caribbean
XM-DAC-41146-BRB_D_3.2 Regional and national laws, policies, systems and institutions improve access to justice and promote peace, social cohesion and security (MSCDF Outcome 7)
$7,658,914 $47,234 $7,611,680
flag Ethiopia
XM-DAC-41146-ETH_D_1.5 Liaison Office: A comprehensive and dynamic set of global norms and standards on gender equality and the empowerment of all women and girls is strengthened and translated into gender-responsive laws, policies, and institutions.
$246,000 $946,932 $0
flag Zimbabwe
XM-DAC-41146-ZWE_D_3.1 By 2026, all people in Zimbabwe, especially women and girls and those in the most vulnerable and marginalised communities, benefit from equitable and quality social services and protection. (UNSCDF Outcome 1)
$2,545,905 $1,176,906 $1,368,999
flag Uganda
XM-DAC-41146-UGA_D_1.1 Inclusive and Accountable Governance and Women’s Access to Justice
$4,473,080 $1,383,400 $3,089,680
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