The End Violence Partnership has released its 2021 Annual Report – highlighting progress and key successes achieved for children with and through our partners in a critical year.
The world is grappling with the simultaneous crises of COVID-19, climate change, multiple conflicts, and high rates of inflation. Many of these crises are interrelated, all of them put children at greater risk of violence, abuse and exploitation. In this context, the work of the End Violence Partnership is more important than ever.
The End Violence Partnership – the only global partnership and the largest fund dedicated solely to ending all forms of violence against children – worked tirelessly to keep children safe – at home, in schools, online and in communities. And we did this through collective advocacy, action, and investment.
The Partnership has:
- Convened – 700 organisations are now part of the End Violence Partnership, including 37 Pathfinding countries.
- Invested – more than US$62 million in projects with impact in over 70 countries by the end of 2021 through the End Violence Fund.
- Advocated – for legislative reforms and policy shifts through evidence-based policy proposals, high-level advocacy, showcasing solutions and convening cross-sectoral dialogues.
And all this was achieved with the support and dedication of our partners, grantees and donors, working towards the shared vision of a world where every child grows up in a safe, secure and nurturing environment.
Read the 2021 Annual Report to explore the journey of progress, case studies on countries, and collective action by our diverse partners.