EVALUATION OF TRUST FUND FOR VICTIMS OF WAR CRIMES - UGANDA, CONGO - WOMEN & GIRLS
For the people who suffer most from genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes, and who too often are forgotten (& OFTEN WOMEN & GIRLS), the Rome Statute created the Trust Fund for Victims, having two mandates: (i) to implement Court-ordered reparations; and (ii) to provide physical and psychosocial rehabilitation or material support to victims of crimes within the jursidiction of the International Criminal Court.
Direct Link to Full 62-Page 2013 Report: http://www.icrw.org/files/publications/ICRW%20TFV%20%20Evaluation%20Report_0.pdf
Created in 2002 under the Rome Statute, the Trust Fund for Victims (TFV) is the first of its kind in the global movement to end impunity and promote justice. The TFV mission is to support programmes that address the harms resulting from the crimes under the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court (ICC) by assisting victims to return to a dignified and contributory life within their communities. To achieve this, the Fund has a two-fold mandate: (1) to administer reparations ordered by the ICC against a convicted person, and (2) to use other resources for the benefit of victims subject to the provisions of article 79 of the Rome Statute.
In 2012, TFV released a Request for Proposals for an evaluation of on-going TFV programmes in northern Uganda and eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). The aims of this evaluation were to: * Determine significance and assess impact of the programmes; * Identify areas for strengthening and improvement of the programmes; * Provide evidence-based recommendations to inform the design of the next TFV Strategic Plan and finalization of country programme strategies.