The Trust Fund for Victims (TFV) is the first of its kind in the global movement to end impunity for the gravest of crimes and alleviate suffering. The establishment of the International Criminal Court (ICC) on 1 July 2002 resulted in the creation of the TFV under article 79 of the Rome Statute. The Fund’s mission is to support and implement programmes that address harms resulting from genocide, crimes of humanity and war crimes. To achieve this mission, the TFV has a two-fold mandate: (i) to implement Court-Ordered reparations and (ii) to provide physical, psychological, and material support to victims and their families. By assisting victims to return to a dignified and contributory life within their communities, the TFV contributes to the realization of sustainable and long-lasting peace through the promotion of restorative justice and reconciliation.

Visit our Programmes and Victim Survivor Stories pages or read our Programme Progress Reports to learn more.

TFV Strategic Plan 2014 - 2017 Brochure, for the Assembly of States Parties 2014 (ENG)

 TFV Strategic Plan 2014 - 2017 (ENG) 

You can read about our activities in our Programme Progress Reports:

Winter 2014 (ENG)

Summer 2014 (ENG/FRA)

 External evaluation report Winter 2013 (ENG/FRA)

Summer 2013 (ENG/FRA)

Winter 2012 (ENG/FRA)

Summer 2012 (ENG/FRA)

Winter 2011 (ENG/FRA)

Summer 2011 (ENG/FRA)

Fall 2010 (ENG/FRA)

Spring 2010 (ENG)

Fall 2009 (ENG