La Suisse a considérablement accru son soutien aux régions fragiles et touchées par des conflits. Le message de la coopération internationale pour la période 2017-2020, approuvé par le Parlement, a augmenté de 50% l’aide bilatérale consacrée à ces pays.

Ces moyens sont alloués à la lutte contre les causes des conflits, au renforcement de la société civile, à l’encouragement du respect des droits de l’homme ainsi qu'à la promotion d'une gouvernance responsable au niveau national et local.

La DDC est active dans plusieurs pays et régions touchés par des conflits, latents ou ouverts, et affectés de manière prononcée dans une ou plusieurs dimensions de la fragilité, notamment en Afghanistan, en Afrique du Nord, au Burundi, dans la Corne de l’Afrique, à Haïti, au Mali, au Myanmar et au Népal.

De nouvelles pistes pour la coopération au développement

En 2015, les Etats membres de l’ONU ont adopté l’Agenda 2030 pour le développement durable. L’objectif de développement durable n°16 établit un lien direct entre des sociétés pacifiques, inclusives et des institutions fortes avec le développement durable. Cet objectif consacre la paix comme un sujet légitime de développement et matérialise ainsi l’engagement international pris à Busan en 2011 pour une «Nouvelle donne pour l’engagement dans les États fragiles».

Les considérations humanitaires, l'objectif d'un développement durable et l'amélioration de la sécurité mondiale sont autant de raisons qui militent en faveur d'efforts particuliers dans les contextes fragiles, malgré les risques accrus qu'ils présentent. Ces efforts s’inscrivent à la croisée des grands agendas internationaux pour la pérennisation de la paix, pour l’humanité ou pour les droits humains. Ces efforts reconnaissent enfin la nécessité d’adapter toute intervention à son contexte, tout en en percevant l’entière complexité.

Lutter contre les fragilités permet d’atteindre ceux qui sont le plus à risques d’être laissé pour compte

Les communautés les plus à risques sont celles qui sont affectées par des conflits armés chroniques et par les autres formes de violence, le manque d’accès à la justice, une corruption rampante, le manque de respect des droits humains, ou des institutions non-inclusives et non-redevables.

Les pays en situation de fragilité comptent parmi ceux ayant le moins bien réalisé les objectifs du millénaire pour le développement (OMD) avant 2015. Ils risquent également d’être laissés pour compte dans la réalisation des objectifs de développement durable (ODD) à l’horizon 2030. C’est pourquoi lutter contre les différentes formes de fragilités contribue directement à atteindre les populations laissées pour comptes, et en particulier les plus exposées.

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Projets actuels

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Production des Connaissances et Appui Institutionnel pour une gestion intégrée des Ressources en Eau au Tchad - ResEau

01.06.2024 - 31.05.2028

Le Tchad subit fortement les effets du changement climatique avec des pluviométries aléatoires. Le sous-sol du Tchad dispose d’un important potentiel en eau. Faute de compétences nationales, ces ressources en eau restent très peu mobilisées. La DDC renforce, à travers ce projet, les compétences et les connaissances nationales pour favoriser une gestion durable de ces ressources et contribue ainsi à la résilience du Tchad face aux changements climatiques.


Futuro Microbank

15.05.2024 - 31.12.2027

The microfinance institution Futuro Mcb, SA currently provides financial services (loans, savings, insurance) to micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) mainly in and around Nampula city. Switzerland will continue to support Futuro with a grant for technical assistance that will help the bank to expand its impact by providing financial services to more low-income entrepreneurs in more regions in Northern Mozambique, thus allowing them to enhance their income and create more jobs.


Good Financial Governance (GFG)

01.05.2024 - 30.04.2027

The project contributes to strengthen Tanzania’s public financial system, a central element to cement its economic status. The 3rd phase aims at expanding the mobilization of domestic revenue and improving the government’s expenditure control. It shall strengthen interinstitutional mechanisms for tax data exchange, enhance the audit system, and improve public procurement. At policy level, it seeks to develop an evidence-based and gender responsive fiscal strategy for better public service delivery to benefit the population, especially the poor.


Integrated Water Resources Management in Kosovo (IWRM-K)

01.05.2024 - 30.04.2029

Switzerland assists water sector related governments, civil society and private sector stakeholders in Kosovo in the development/implementation of a national integrated and sustainable water resources management framework. Support activities combined with capacity development and awareness building will contribute to enhanced conservation, protection, quality and equitable distribution of water resources. Thus the project also contributes to good governance, reduced risks of internal and transboundary water-related conflicts, the mitigation of climate change impact as well to enhanced the health of the population.


Scaling Up Youth Employment in Agriculture Initiative

01.05.2024 - 30.04.2028

In Zambia and Zimbabwe, due to a mismatch between the skills they have and those in demand, youth cannot access or create economic opportunities and overlook those available. The project builds skills and matches youth with firms, markets and finance to create more and better (self)-employment in agri-food, renewable energy and emerging sectors, contributing to Swiss priorities on human and economic development and climate change. This is a contribution implemented by SNV.


Progressing towards Universal Health Coverage in Moldova

01.05.2024 - 30.06.2027

Switzerland supports Moldova’s efforts to achieve better health of the population, through ensuring universal access to affordable medical services of good quality. In its 2nd (exit) phase, the project will accompany the health authorities in advancing health financing and service delivery reforms, improving the efficiency and responsiveness of the healthcare system, promoting transparency and accountability in the health sector, and empowering service users and civil society organizations to oversee healthcare services, their quality and resource allocation.


Citizen Participation and Conflict Prevention programme (PCPC)

01.05.2024 - 31.12.2029

Rwanda has achieved notable progress with regard to socioeconomic development and improved social cohesion. However, the role of citizens in decision-making and in holding leaders to account remains insufficient affecting the sustainability of results. This programme will increase the capability of the 30 districts in Rwanda to properly engage citizens in decision-making processes and will strengthen local conflict-resolution mechanisms, hence contributing to improved accountability and lasting social cohesion.


From Education to Employment (E2E)

01.05.2024 - 30.04.2028

To raise labour market participation and address the growing workforce shortage affecting the Serbian economy, in partnership with the Serbian Ministry of Labour, Swiss approaches and instruments for labour-market insertion will be adopted and scaled by key labour-market actors from the central and local Government, civil society and the private sector. Serbian companies will be capacitated to train their workforce independently and sustainably, and to fill vacancies through improved job matching services.


Swiss Emergency Response Team (SERT)

16.04.2024 - 31.12.2027

Several Swiss organizations active in Mozambique together with the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) decided to join forces to be organized in a way, that we all together have fast and unbureaucratic access for doing the rapid needs assessment together and provide immediate response support where possible in Mozambique. Since 2021, the Swiss Emergency Response Team (SERT) organized several trainings in crisis management, rapid needs assessment and cash/voucher-based approaches for the staff members of the organizations. Doing the crisis management and rapid need assessment together creates synergy and complementarity among partners rather than each partner planning a response at the same place. A coordinated, locally led intervention will also yield the data necessary to justify an appeal to SDC’s emergency fund in time, should it be opportune.


Building Damage Assessment in Albania

01.04.2024 - 31.12.2027

The devastating earthquake in 2019 revealed that Albania has a weak policy and institutional framework and low public awareness on building damage assessment. The Swiss project will support Albania in strengthening its disaster risk management institutions at national and municipal level to provide sustainable and effective building damage assessment services, leading to safer living conditions and a more disaster resilient business environment.


Anti-corruption and Accountability

01.04.2024 - 31.12.2027

Building on the results achieved in the first phase, Switzerland will contribute to reduce corruption in Mozambique by (1) improving and strengthening legal institutions and the judicial framework (2) strengthening anticorruption institutions to effectively tackle corruption, economic crime and the recovery, management of stolen assets and (3) supporting civil society organisations at national and local level in the fight against corruption. 


Strengthened and Informative Migration Systems (SIMS) Phase II

01.04.2024 - 31.03.2029

Switzerland is interested in ensuring that international migration is regular, secure, respects human dignity and the rights of migrants. The project will institutionalise well tested awareness mechanisms on the perils of irregular migration and enhance further public and private capacities to deliver services to potential migrants. The intervention contributes to Switzerland’s dialogue on safe, orderly and regular migration at national and global levels.

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