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Peacebuilding Fund Overview
$2.87 M Total Contributions
$0.00 Resource Contributions (Core)
$2.87 M Other Resources (Non-Core)
$3.30 M Other Resources: Spent
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Recipient Country IATI Identifier Outcome Description
Planned Budget Actual Budget Funds Shortfall
Funds: Committed
flag South Sudan
XM-DAC-41146-SSD_D_4.1 Government of South Sudan budgets for and fully implements its Women Peace and Security commitments
$3,740,370 $1,983,583 $1,756,787
$1,439,818
flag Central African Republic
XM-DAC-41146-CAF_D_1.1 Central African women and girls of all ages fully participate, lead ans engage in political institutions and processes
$1,052,088 $348,000 $704,088
$821,088
flag Niger
XM-DAC-41146-NER_D_4.1 Outcome 5: Women participate in and inform decision-making processes & responses related to conflict prevention, protection and peacebuilding in Niger
$3,303,189 $2,096,633 $1,206,556
$786,917
flag Democratic Republic of the Congo
XM-DAC-41146-COD_D_1.4 By 2024, the prevalence of violence and conflict is reduced, and the security of people and property improved, particularly for vulnerable people, including refugees, displaced persons, and young people.
$1,419,096 $0 $1,419,096
$770,000
flag Papua New Guinea
XM-DAC-41146-PNG_D_4.3 Outcome 4.3 3 Women and girls in the highlands region in PNG affected by crisis, lead, participate in, and benefit from response and recovery, inclusive peace-building to reduce conflict and improve development (GYPI Highlands project goal)”
$1,048,124 $700,781 $347,343
$704,741
flag Liberia
XM-DAC-41146-LBR_D_4.2 By 2024, women, girls, men and boys in Liberia experience more sustained peace, inclusive and sustainable growth and development through strengthened formal and informal institutions providing access to effective and equitable justice and security services; promoting and protecting human rights; and strengthening social cohesion and reconciliation.
$4,409,302 $1,139,372 $3,269,930
$654,610
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
$644,000
flag Liberia
XM-DAC-41146-LBR_D_1.2 By 2024, people in Liberia especially the vulnerable and disadvantaged, benefit from strengthened institutions that are more effective, accountable, transparent, inclusive and gender-responsive in the delivery of essential services at the national and sub-national levels.
$3,323,104 $2,165,347 $1,157,757
$616,919
flag Sudan
XM-DAC-41146-SDN_D_4.1 Commitments on women, peace and humanitarian action are implemented in coordination between the UN System and national stakeholders, with more women and gender equality advocates influencing the processes
$1,091,889 $1,124,855 $0
$616,889
flag Colombia
XM-DAC-41146-COL_D_1.3 Judicial and non-judicial monitoring, control, clarification and investigation bodies and humanitarian response key stakeholders strengthen their capacities for care of prioritized population and the administration of justice with a differential approach, with the support of the UN Country Team for state efforts (UNSDCF 3.5)
$8,847,608 $695,682 $8,151,926
$587,291
flag Haiti
XM-DAC-41146-HTI_D_1.7 Women candidates and voters feel safer and actively participate in the electoral process and in decisions related to peacebuilding and conflict prevention
$545,001 $40,000 $505,001
$580,413
flag Central African Republic
XM-DAC-41146-CAF_D_4.1 Women and girls affected by the conflict are supported for their recovery and play a role as actresses in peacebuilding
$1,050,787 $386,500 $664,287
$551,881
flag Somalia
XM-DAC-41146-SOM_D_2.1 Somalis, particularly women and youth, benefit from and participate in functional, inclusive, accountable, and transparent democratic systems across all levels of government and governmental institutions.
$3,556,946 $452,655 $3,104,291
$532,134
flag Mali
XM-DAC-41146-MLI_D_4.1 By 2024, people are resilient to conflict, live reconciled and in harmony in a peaceful and secure environment that respects human rights and positive cultural traditions. (Related to SP_D_4.1 : More commitments on women, peace and security are implemented by Member States and the UN system, and more gender equality advocates influence peace and security processes)
$6,833,355 $2,958,898 $3,874,457
$485,694
flag Cameroon
XM-DAC-41146-CMR_D_1.3 By 2026, youth, women, the most vulnerable groups, and people living with disabilities, including refugees and IDPs actively contribute to the efficiency of policies and the performance of public institutions at national, regional and council levels, and fully enjoy their rights (Outcome 3 /UNSDCF) .
$2,268,620 $6,000 $2,262,620
$480,074
flag Democratic Republic of the Congo
XM-DAC-41146-COD_D_4.10 By 2024, the prevalence of violence and armed conflict is reduced, and the security of people and property is improved, particularly for vulnerable people, refugees/displaced persons, women, and young people (UNSDCF Outcome 1.1)
$1,526,038 $946,211 $579,827
$450,000
flag Mali
XM-DAC-41146-MLI_D_4.2 By 2024, people are resilient to conflict, live reconciled and in harmony in a peaceful and secure environment that respects human rights and positive cultural traditions. (Related to SP_D_4.2 : More women play a greater role and are better served by humanitarian response and recovery efforts)
$263,889 $430,850 $0
$430,850
flag Mali
XM-DAC-41146-MLI_D_1.1 people live in a rule of law, an environment of peace and accountability through strong public institutions, media and civil society exercising their roles and responsibilities for effective and inclusive governance (related to SP_D_1.1 : More women of all ages fully participate, lead and engage in political institutions and processes)
$1,402,625 $818,485 $584,140
$421,657
flag Honduras
XM-DAC-41146-HND_D_4.1 The Honduran State implements policies, strategies and programs that allows strengthen the sustainability and resilience of their development.
$1,145,784 $309,378 $836,406
$300,243
flag Burundi
XM-DAC-41146-BDI_D_4.1 An environment for the implementation of WPS commitment is enable in Burundi through the participation and influence of key governmental and non governmental stakeholders
$611,276 $1,009,590 $0
$294,340
flag Philippines
XM-DAC-41146-PHL_D_4.2 Peace talks, recovery, conflict resolution and peace building planning processes include women’s participation and promote and protect women’s human rights.
$2,204,316 $867,817 $1,336,499
$273,809
flag Burundi
XM-DAC-41146-BDI_D_4.3 Women and girls participate in and benefit from socio-economic recovery opportunities in the context of peace and resilience-building
$529,607 $542,736 $0
$223,450
flag Haiti
XM-DAC-41146-HTI_D_1.4 The judicial system improves the efficiency of its procedures to reduce the delays in processing judicial cases
$162,690 $161,637 $1,053
$167,242
flag Central African Republic
XM-DAC-41146-CAF_D_3.1 Centralafrican state and stakeholders are better able to prevent violence against women and girls and deliver essential services to victims and survivors
$442,540 $268,682 $173,858
$152,771
flag Honduras
XM-DAC-41146-HND_D_1.1 Civil society, especially groups in situations of exclusion, participate and influence actively on the exercise of their rights, leaving no one behind.
$1,003,360 $159,567 $843,793
$141,249
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