Promoting renewable energy, creating employment and strengthening civil society: the final review of Switzerland's enlargement contribution summarises the results of the Swiss-backed projects.
A forgotten time bomb: Mental illness can increase poverty, shorten lives and hamper the development of entire countries. Yet the issue is still neglected in international cooperation. Why this is the case and why there is hope after all is illustrated by experiences in three very different countries.
This publication consists of six tables providing an overview of public development assistance (Swiss Confederation, cantons, communes) and private grants (NGOs) from Switzerland in 2018, by recipient country and by organization. It also includes a list of the main projects by country.
Sécurité en Europe de l'Est: La question est importante pour la Suisse / Laos: Un pays à vendre / Migration et développement: Une relation controversée
Switzerland’s international cooperation is working. Final report on the implementation of the Dispatch 2017–20
The Federal Council has submitted to Parliament the final report on the implementation of the dispatch on Switzerland's international cooperation 2017–2020.
Through its international cooperation, Switzerland contributes to poverty reduction and sustainable development in developing countries. This flyer explains the objectives and priorities of this strategy for the years 2021-2024.
SAHEL: Cette région, l'une des plus vulnérables du monde, doit relever de nombreux défis / MOZAMBIQUE: Une catastrophe chasse l'autre / MICROFINANCE: Est-ce un outil efficace pour lutter contre la pauvreté?
The Federal Council intends to take action in six key areas of international health policy, including sustainable healthcare, global health governance and protection against global health risks.
This publication consists of six tables providing an overview of public development assistance (Swiss Confederation, cantons, communes) and private grants (NGOs) from Switzerland in 2017, by recipient country and by organization. It also includes a list of the main projects by country.
Information on the results achieved in the last three remaining country programmes that are still under way, e.g. mine clearance in Croatia, the promotion of SMEs in Romania and decommissioned trams from Basel improving Bulgaria's public transport system. The report also briefly explains the background to the second Swiss contribution to selected EU member countries.