Get Heard

Get Heard is a Moroccan initiative that focuses on women protection rights and laws and helps to spread their stories around the world. It is implemented by YES (Youth Empowerment Society), in partnership with national and international educational institutions. The initiative aims to introduce girls and women in different Moroccan cities to national and international … Continued

Trade for Peace

Approximately half of the countries in the process of acceding to the WTO are considered ‘fragile and conflict affected’ (FCA). The ‘Trade for Peace’ Initiative, launched in December 2017 at the 11th WTO Ministerial Conference in Buenos Aires, aims at using the WTO accession process as a pathway to economic growth and development, fundamental elements … Continued

Living in Harmony: Mitigating Human-Wildlife Conflict

The elephant population in Aceh Province in Indonesia keeps decreasing due to frequent conflict with humans. At the same time, Aceh is the best example in Asia of the transformation of violent human conflict into an enduring peace. This project is aimed at highlighting human-elephant conflict as a possible solution to mitigate the conflict.


Started in 2016, H2Grow offers adapted and affordable hydroponic solutions to communities in development and emergency contexts, so that they can grow food anywhere and increase their dietary diversity while generating sustainable livelihood opportunities.

Water, Peace and Security (WPS)

In recent years, the relationship between water and conflict have received heightened attention in global discourse. The Water, Peace, and Security partnership develops new tools and services to enable relevant public, private, and civil society actors to address the threats and benefits of water-related cooperation and peacebuilding in a timely and effective manner.

Geo-Enabling Initiative for Monitoring and Supervision (GEMS)

The Geo-Enabling initiative for Monitoring and Supervision (GEMS) was launched by the World Bank’s FCV unit to systematically provide real-time insights into FCV settings. This is achieved by building capacity among clients and partners on the ground, to leverage field-appropriate technology for digital data collection and analysis. Using these tools and methods allows operations to … Continued

Girls’ Education and Women’s Empowerment and Livelihood (GEWELL) Project

Fighting the dual challenges of poverty and gender inequality is essential to the achievement of inclusive growth and lasting peace. Girls’ Education and Women’s Empowerment and Livelihood (GEWELL) is an innovative response to this dual challenge for women and girls in rural Zambia. The project draws on rigorous evidence and the practical implications of delivering … Continued

Centre of Excellence for Statistical Information on Government, Crime, Victimization and Justice

The UNODC Centers of Excellence support Member States in the collection, exchange, and analysis of statistical information on government, victimization, crime, and criminal justice. These regional hubs provide technical assistance for the collection of statistical data, the adoption of international standards and classifications, and the analysis and use of crime and justice statistics.

MotherSchools: Parenting for Peace

The MotherSchools: Parenting for Peace Model is a community-based intervention strategy to upgrade existing social services by providing local stakeholders with the structures, tools, and skills to counter extremist ideologies. It focuses on gender-based peacebuilding strategies that harness the strength of civil society in building a new women-led security architecture from the bottom-up.

The Global Program to Alleviate the Poverty Among Refugees and Host Communities

The Poverty Alleviation Coalition was launched in 2019, in response to the increasing number of refugees and host community households enduring extreme poverty globally. The overall objective is to alleviate the poverty of 500,000 refuges and host communities in 35 countries within 5 years by sustainably increasing income opportunities. The Coalition’s model is the ‘Graduation … Continued