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Peacebuilding Fund Overview
$5.97 M Total Contributions
$0.00 Resource Contributions (Core)
$5.97 M Other Resources (Non-Core)
$6.22 M Other Resources: Spent
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Recipient Country IATI Identifier Outcome Description
Planned Budget Actual Budget Funds Shortfall
Funds: Committed
flag Albania
XM-DAC-41146-ALB_D_1.3 By 2026, all persons contribute to, gender-responsive governance that strengthens equality and non-discrimination, promotes women’s empowerment and human rights, and reduces violence against women and children (UNSDCF C2).
$2,118,418 $740,627 $1,377,791
$51,020
flag Bolivia
XM-DAC-41146-BOL_D_1.1 The State approves national legislation and implements public policies that promote intercultural and parity democracy and the full enjoyment of women’s rights, including indigenous women’s rights.
$444,598 $421,894 $22,704
$135,854
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
$260,950
flag Burundi
XM-DAC-41146-BDI_D_4.2 Women, including those in refugees/ IDPS camps and other vulnerable situations, experience enhanced safety, security, physical and mental health, and their human rights respected in conformity with ratified regional and international instruments
$505,599 $103,683 $401,916
$36,284
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
$257,732
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
$2,268,620 $6,000 $2,262,620
$812,256
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
$969,088
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 Central African Republic
XM-DAC-41146-CAF_D_4.1 Central African women and girls aected by the conict in CAR play a role as actresses in community reconciliation and are supported for their recovery.
$1,050,787 $386,500 $664,287
$593,761
flag Colombia
XM-DAC-41146-COL_D_1.3 Gender statistics are available, accessible and analyzed to timely inform policy-making, advocacy and accountability regarding gender equality and women’s empowerment.
$8,847,608 $695,682 $8,151,926
$281,320
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
$362,363
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
$910,931 $2,301,931 $0
$360,923
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
$484,668
flag Guatemala
XM-DAC-41146-GTM_D_4.1 By 2025, the strengthened State institutions will increase citizen security, access to justice, and the transformation of conflicts, seeking greater coordination at the national and local levels. (UNSDCF Pillar 4. Peace, security and justice. Outcome
$1,495,285 $445,322 $1,049,963
$122,161
flag Haiti
XM-DAC-41146-HTI_D_1.2 Haïtian women, with a special focus on victims of violence, have increased access to justice services
$109,759 $15,000 $94,759
$28,575
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
$107,242
flag Haiti
XM-DAC-41146-HTI_D_1.5 The prison and judicial sector has operational capacities facilitating better coordination of the COVID-19 response
$183,809 $131,250 $52,559
$33,717
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 e
$1,307,999 $100,000 $1,207,999
$46,719
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
$445,723
flag Haiti
XM-DAC-41146-HTI_D_2.1 Women led businesses have increased participation and leadership in the development of climate-resilient agriculture, water, renewable energy and service markets and benefit from equal access to resources and services
$672,735 $0 $672,735
$0
flag Haiti
XM-DAC-41146-HTI_D_2.2 Innovative solutions are consolidated and scaled up to strengthen rural women’s economic empowerment
$1,059,410 $68,117 $991,293
$124,347
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
$129,249
flag Honduras
XM-DAC-41146-HND_D_4.1 More women and other under-represented groups increase their incidence in citizen participation and processes of social oversight, electoral processes and construction of a peace culture, including conflict prevention and resolution.
$1,145,784 $309,378 $836,406
$345,056
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
$3,323,104 $2,165,347 $1,157,757
$503,901
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 service
$4,409,302 $1,139,372 $3,269,930
$608,610
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