Développement du secteur privé et services financiers

Le secteur privé joue un rôle-clé dans les pays en développement. © DDC/Suzanne Linder

Le chômage et le sous-emploi figurent parmi les problèmes de développement les plus graves que connaissent les pays partenaires de la DDC. Or, un meilleur accès à un emploi productif et convenablement rémunéré s’avère indispensable si l’on veut durablement réduire la pauvreté mondiale et réaliser les objectifs de développement durable des Nations Unies.

Développement du secteur privé

En tant que moteur de la croissance économique, le secteur privé joue un rôle clé en faveur du développement durable.

L'emploi des jeunes

La formation professionnelle des jeunes doit être adaptée au marché de l’emploi.

Développement du secteur financier

Faciliter l’accès des ménages pauvres, des paysans et des PME aux services financiers peut renforcer leur participation à la vie économique et réduire ainsi leur vulnérabilité face aux crises.

Projets actuels

Objet 121 – 132 de 149

BIOCULTURA 2015 - 2019

01.06.2015 - 31.12.2019

En los últimos cinco años el programa Biocultura ha elaborado un enfoque compatible con el medio ambiente para el desarrollo con las comunidades rurales, conocido en Bolivia como el "Vivir Bien". Tambien ha contribuido a la definición de un marco legal sobre el tema del cambio climático.  En la segunda fase de su implementación 15.000 familias en 400 comunidades han recibido apoyo para asimilar el cambio climático, y además se ha realizado capacitaciones nacionales para una gestión eficiente y transparente del presupuesto climatico nacional.       


Promotion of Sustainable Economic Development inKyrgyzstan

01.06.2015 - 31.12.2020

The project contributes to sustainable economic growth and thus Job creation and increased incomes, especially for youth and women, in Jalal-Abad Oblast of Southern Kyrgyzstan. lt will focus on the development of selected value chains and the promotion of local economic development with the aim to enhance the competitiveness of targeted businesses and export sectors and, complementarily, to promote a business enabling environment as a precondition for private sector growth.


Rethinking Sanitation Systems: Resource Recovery and Safe Reuse (RR&R)

01.05.2015 - 31.03.2020

Building on the research results of the first phase, this project will directly address the combined challenges of making resource recovery and reuse a viable business opportunity and implementing Resource Recovery and Safe Reuse (RR&R) businesses in Kampala and Lima. At the same time the project will reduce public health and environmental risks associated with reuse and pave the way for scaling up Sanitation Safety Planning (SSP) at the global level.


Sanitation Market Systems (SanMarkS)

01.05.2015 - 31.10.2019

Through the project Sanitation Market Systems (SanMarkS), the poor and disadvantaged will benefit from a better wellbeing due to improved hygienic sanitation solutions which are offered by the private sector in a sustainable manner. As a result of the project, funded by SDC and UNICEF, the private sector service providers in collaboration with public actors will respond to the needs and demand of the rural poor and provide improved sanitation services to at least 450,000 people in at least six districts of Bangladesh.


Skills Development in Uzbekistan

Des apprentis dans un parc apprennent à utiliser un théodolite

01.03.2015 - 29.02.2020

The fourth Phase of the Skills Development Project (SDP) in Uzbekistan contributes to the improvement and further development of the Vocational Education and Training (VET) system by introducing and strengthening the systemic approach to cooperation among stakeholders in the water sector within the cycle “Demand-Training-Job Placement”. The systemic approach to be followed in this Phase of SDP is going to serve as a blueprint for other sectors of the economy and be replicated accordingly.



SKILLS FOR TOURISM / Lao 029

01.12.2014 - 31.08.2021

In Laos, tourism is the sector with the highest potential to create jobs for the poor. Switzerland and Luxembourg join hands to allow 5’000 youth (by 2020) to acquire the skills needed to work in hotels and restaurants, at least 50% of them women, and 50% from poor families. Dual Cooperative Training (apprenticeships) will provide for work place orientation of skills and facilitate an easy transition of trainees into gainful employment, with salaries that move their families above the 2 US$/day international poverty line.


Programme d’Appui au Secteur de l’Elevage au Mali – PASEM

01.12.2014 - 31.05.2021

Malgré son importance dans l’économie, l’environnement et les sociétés (agro)pastorales, l’élevage rencontre plusieurs contraintes dont la faible productivité, l’insécurité foncière, la faible organisation des acteurs et une forme de marginalisation sociale des éleveurs. La DDC souhaite valoriser les immenses potentialités de l’élevage en renforçant l’approche chaine de valeurs orientée vers le développement des marchés et des acteurs du secteur privé, favorisant la prise en compte des pauvres, des femmes et des jeunes.


Support for the third International Conference on Financing for Sustainable Development

01.11.2014 - 31.12.2019

Switzerland will engage in strategic advocacy and policy influencing partnerships to strengthen its position in the financing for sustainable development process leading up to the 2015 Financing for Development conference in Addis Ababa, and to enhance the preparatory process and the outcome in line with Swiss priorities, in particular by ensuring that the voice of the Private Sector is heard throughout the process.


Global Governance on Food Security

01.10.2014 - 31.12.2020

Switzerland will strengthen its commitment for an inclusive and effective global architecture for food security and nutrition. Therefore, the SDC/GPFS will maintain the focus of its attention on  the Committee on World Food Security (CFS), which is the most inclusive policy platform for food security-related issues. The second focus will be on the coordination role of the UN system at interagency and policy levels. The participation of farmers’ organisations in country-based public investment programmes will also be facilitated, in line with the above-mentioned interventions.


JIWASA Programme – Strengthening Urban MSEs

01.09.2014 - 31.03.2020

Micro and Small Enterprises (MSEs) involved in processing have the potential to contribute to industrial development in Bolivia, but their productivity is low. The Jiwasa Programme is a government initiative that seeks to increase production and incomes. With public and private sector support, it will provide direct and strategic services to five production clusters prioritised by the Bolivian government. 10’000 jobs will be improved, and gender equality and cleaner production will be promoted.


Resources for Local Democracy

01.09.2014 - 31.10.2019

At the request of the Serbian Government, SDC will support three reforms on Serbia’s path towards European integration: 1) the enforcement of a municipal finance law that awards good performance of local governments and ensures the necessary resources for democratic decisions; 2) the development of regional development policies for reducing regional disparities, including mechanisms for disaster risk prevention; and 3) high quality municipal audits aiming to achieve a rational use of public resources.

Objet 121 – 132 de 149