Pro Victimis Foundation
Established in 1988, the Pro Victimis Foundation (PVF) is a private grant-making foundation that operates internationally to bring about lasting changes in the lives of the most disadvantaged and vulnerable communities in developing countries by funding projects or programmes implemented by non-governmental organisations and community-based organisations.
Help victims of natural or man-made disasters, contribute to the safeguarding of human dignity and the protection of vulnerable people.
18 priority countries: Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Central African Republic, Guatemala, Honduras, Irak, Kirghizstan, Laos, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Morocco, Myanmar, Nepal, Nicaragua, Sierra Leone and Tajikistan.
The foundation focuses on the following areas: Gender based violence (Violence against women, Sexual violence against men, Abuse and violence against minors, Violence against LGBTIQ minorities), Handicap (Facilitate accessibility, Disease / debilitating syndrome, Combating stigma, Local capacity building), Violation of fundamental rights (Victims of natural disasters, genocide, crimes against humanity, torture, land grabbing, ethnic minority rights, human trafficking and modern slavery).