The End Violence Fund serves as a vehicle for change on the ground. We provide financial support to programmes around the world, contributing to projects that deliver practical, innovative and effective solutions to end violence against children.
+ 7 global and
3 regional projects
2019 Open Call
The End Violence Fund is requesting Expressions of Interest focused on solutions that leverage existing and new technologies to prevent and combat online child sexual exploitation and abuse. Total funds to be awarded through this open call is approximately US$13 million. The Fund will explore scaling/adapting existing solutions and developing new technologies, using tools such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, data science, blockchain, virtual reality and other innovative solutions that have the potential to enhance detection and response to online child sexual exploitation and abuse and prevent known and emerging threats.
Where we invest
Addressing violence online, with a particular focus on child sexual exploitation and abuse.
CHILDREN IN CRISIS
Addressing violence against children affected by conflicts and crises.
WE SUPPORT ACTIVITIES TO ACHIEVE THE VISION OF THE GLOBAL PARTNERSHIP — A WORLD IN WHICH EVERY CHILD GROWS UP SAFE AND SECURE.
Our grant-making approach
Since its inception in 2016, the Fund has raised over $68 million for children, awarding over $37.6 million to 49 projects in more than 27 countries, along with seven global and three regional projects. These projects focus on tackling online child sexual exploitation and abuse, or preventing violence against children affected by conflicts and crises.
SEE OUR GRANTS
Our grant-making happens in two ways:
CALLS FOR PROPOSALS
After successful calls for proposals in 2016 and 2017, the Fund is committed to further investments in initiatives through open calls for proposals. Our newest funding round is now ongoing until 6 December 2019.
A small percentage of available funding is set aside to support projects, initiatives and organisations identified by the Fund Steering Committee and the Fund's Secretariat through broad engagement and consultation with the global community. Select organisations will be invited to apply for a grant.