UNPBF

Overview

The Peacebuilding Fund is the Secretary General’s Fund – launched in 2006 to support activities, actions, programs and organisations that seek to build a lasting peace in countries emerging from conflict. The Secretary-General has delegated overall management responsibility for the Peacebuilding fund to the Peacebuilding Support Office. The PBSO approves projects and programs and monitors implementation. The United Nations Development Program’s Multi Partner Trust Fund Office administers the Fund. At the country level, management of the Fund is delegated to the Joint Steering Committee, co-chaired by the national Government and the United Nations with a broader membership representing national and international stakeholders.

PBF funding is provided to countries that are formally declared eligible by the Secretary-General, following a review by PBSO. To be eligible, countries must have emerged from conflict or political crisis and have national government commitment towards sustainable and inclusive peace. Countries on the Peacebuilding Commission agenda are automatically eligible. PBF’s funding is based on a conflict analysis identifying the country’s peacebuilding priorities. Conflict analysis is generally conducted by the UN together with the government, development partners and local civil society


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