4 June 2009 – In early 2009, Canada, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden and the UK jointly commissioned a review of the Peacebuilding Fund. The review was carried out by two independent consultants and built further on some of the findings of the 2008 OIOS evaluation of the PBF. The focus of the joint review was to look at how to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of PBF mechanisms and operating modalities in order to achieve the PBF’s stated aims. The Peacebuilding Support Office and UNDP Multi-Donor Trust Fund Office were represented on the review Steering Group along with the commissioning donors. The final report puts forward a number of specific recommendations and benchmarks for implementation in order to contribute to the ongoing PBF reform effort. The full report is available here.
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UN Peacebuilding Fund Announces Winners for its Third Gender and First Youth Promotion Initiatives
New York, 12 December 2016 - The United Nations Peacebuilding Fund (PBF) Monday announced the winning proposals for its third Gender and the first ever Youth Promotion Initiatives ...
Marc-André Franche Appointed as New Chief of Financing for Peacebuilding Branch
New York, 10 August 2016 - Marc-André Franche has been appointed as the new Chief of the Financing for Peacebuilding Branch of the Peacebuilding Support Office (PBSO), tasked ...
UN Peacebuilding Fund Relaxes Criterion Requiring In-Country Registration/Office for NGOs in Call for Concept Notes for Gender/Youth Promotion Initiatives
On 18 May 2016, the Peacebuilding Fund announced a call for concept notes for two special initiatives: a new Youth Promotion Initiative and its third Gender Promotion Initiative. The ...
UN Peacebuilding Fund Opens Third Women and its First Youth Initiative to NGOs
PLEASE NOTE: this call for proposals was amended on 27 May 2016. The updated details are available here. New York, 18 May 2016 – Combining two firsts, the ...
UN Peacebuilding Fund Finances African Union Human Rights Observers in Burundi
New York and Addis Ababa, 3 May 2016 – Thirty-two (32) African Union human rights observers will be able to continue their work in Burundi for another six ...
- UN Peacebuilding Fund Announces Winners for its Third Gender and First Youth Promotion Initiatives
Review of the Peacebuilding Fund