Funding Opportunities

Currently, the TFV is not accepting calls for proposals. New postings for proposals will be updated on a rolling basis. For further information on the TFV Programming Guiding Principles, please click here.

We support innovative activities which assist victims and survivors in rebuilding their lives and regaining hope and dignity. We fund such projects on the basis of the following criteria:

  • The project should directly address the harm (whether physical, psychological, economic or social) caused by the conflict and target the most vulnerable and marginalized survivors.
  • The selection of project beneficiaries and the implementation must not result in discrimination based on a social status.
  • We favour reparations activities which are directed to groups, based on similarities in their claims or situations.
  • The project must avoid duplication with other interested institutions and promote complementary approaches.
  • Victims and survivors should be active participants in the implementation of the project.
  • The project should include an outreach component to ensure that it is understood by the beneficiaries and their communities.
  • It should be designed to be sustainable, beyond the life-span of the funding from the TFV.
  • The project organizers must be able to show that the intended target group benefits from the project and the resources allocated are used efficiently and effectively.

If your project fits these criteria, you can submit an application for support when a call for proposals has been posted.

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