Funding a movement-led approach to end gender violence in Perú

Chrissy Cattle, Rebecca Hanshaw and Fabiola Quesada-Andrade

How do you make a difference on the other side of the world? In 2021, the Old Dart Foundation (ODF) embarked on a bold new partnership with Global Fund for Women, investing in a movement-led approach to end sexual and gender-based violence in Perú. One year in, the partners share some key reflections from their different funder perspectives.

The UK-based foundation

Chrissy Cattle, Foundation Manager, The Old Dart Foundation

ODF was established as a private foundation in 2014 with a remit to address poverty and inequality, with a particular geographical focus on Perú and Papua New Guinea. Today we have an international team of five, with two full-time team members in Perú.

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