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Violence Against Women

How we are working to end violence against women

Combatting violence against women and girls is at the core of the work done by Frontline Women's Fund and our front line partners. Frontline Women's Fund’s partners work around the world to end violence against women by supporting survivors in seeking justice and rebuilding their lives, by educating women and girls about their rights, and by strengthening advocacy for law reform and implementation. Specific issues that our front line partners work on include: rape and other forms of sexual violence, domestic abuse, preventing child marriage, ending female genital mutilation, and strengthening laws that prevent these forms of violence against women and girls and hold perpetrators accountable.

1 in 3

women worldwide

have experienced either physical and/or sexual violence.


or less

of women who experience violence seek help of any sort.


of all women

murdered in 2017 were killed by an intimate partner or a family member.

“Very dangerous types of violence against women have increased in Afghanistan: mostly rapes, killings, kidnaps, acid attacks, cutting of body parts and stoning,”

| Humanitarian Assistance for the Women and Children of Afghanistan (HAWCA)

Our Grantees

Get to know our hardworking grantees who are each doing their part to end sex trafficking across the globe. We proudly support these organizations and their missions. Donations that go directly to these organizations can be made on their individual partner page.


The Forum for Women, Law and Development works to protect and promote the human rights of women and to eliminate all forms of discrimination.


Galkayo Education Center For Peace And Development seeks to empower women through education, promoting and strengthening women’s capacity to seek, defend, and advocate for their fundamental rights.


Humanitarian Assistance for the Women and Children of Afghanistan provides shelter and counsels survivors fleeing the rampant violence and abuse against women in this impoverished and conflict-torn country.


KAFA (enough) Violence & Exploitation is a feminist, secular, Lebanese, non-profit, non-governmental civil society organization seeking to create a society that is free of social, economic and legal patriarchal structures that discriminate against women.


Manuela Ramos is a non-profit feminist organization that promotes and protects the democratic, reproductive health and economic rights of the women of Peru.


Organización De Mujeres Salvadoreñas Por La Paz is working to end gender violence in El Salvador and to promote equality through the economic empowerment of women.


Synergie des Femmes pour les Victimes des Violences Sexuelles provides psycho-social, medical, and legal defense services to victims of sexual violence in North Kivu province, Democratic Republic of Congo.


Tasaru Ntomonok Initiative's mission is to initiate positive behaviour and attitudinal change towards women. TNI was founded by Agnes Pareyio in September 1999.


The Women’s Centre for Legal Aid and Counselling works to reverse discrimination against Palestinian women and promote their social and legal rights.

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