Rebuilding

Grants made to help societies rebuild after conflict. This includes grants for democracy-building, gender equality, peacekeeping, transitional justice, institution-building, and security sector reform.

19%
$54.8 Million
out of $283.2 Million
for all peace and security

Issues in Focus

Gender Equality/Participation
$22.3 M
Rule of Law and Institution-building
$10.8 M
Reconciliation and Transitional Justice
$10.1 M
Security Sector Reform
$2.1 M
Peacekeeping
$1.6 M
Democracy-promotion/building
$1.6 M

Top Funders

National Endowment for Democracy
$8.2 M
Ford Foundation
$7.5 M
Open Society Foundations
$6.3 M
The Oak Foundation
$4.5 M
The International Development Research Centre
$4.0 M
Bloomberg Philanthropies
$2.8 M
Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Inc.
$1.9 M
American Jewish World Service
$1.8 M
UN Women's Fund for Gender Equality
$1.6 M
The Skoll Foundation
$1.5 M
King Baudouin Foundation United States, Inc.
$1.3 M
Humanity United
$1.1 M
Cordaid
$1.1 M
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
$1.1 M
Catalyst for Peace
$1.0 M
NoVo Foundation
$903.5 K
Hivos
$833.1 K
TrustAfrica
$681.5 K
Fund For Global Human Rights, Inc.
$603.7 K
The Global Fund for Women
$547.9 K
Arcus Foundation
$399.7 K
U.S. Institute of Peace
$346.6 K
The Merck Company Foundation
$300.0 K
Ploughshares Fund
$280.0 K
Foundation for a Just Society
$275.0 K

Spotlight

Sample Grants

  • Charles Stewart Mott Foundation awarded a grant for $60,000 to Central European News Service

    To support up to five local documentation centers to provide access to information and testimony from the proceedings of the ICTY in Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, and Kosovo.

  • Karibu Foundation awarded a grant for $115,000 to Iraqi Civil Society Solidarity Initiative

    To strengthen Iraqi campaigns to secure human rights, democratic processes, social justice, and freedom for all Iraqis: to develop a network of Iraqi civil society organizations working to rebuild a country after military occupation and war.

  • Catalyst for Peace awarded a grant for $688,613 to Fambul Tok International

    To run the national program of mobilizing community-owned and led reconciliation, leading to development and sustainable peace.

Regional Focus

Strategy Focus

Population Focus