La santé – Facteur essentiel de développement

L'action de la DDC dans le domaine de la santé

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L’action de la DDC dans le domaine de la santé porte sur trois thèmes: le renforcement des systèmes de santé, la lutte contre les maladies transmissibles et non transmissibles et l’amélioration de la santé sexuelle, reproductive, maternelle, néonatale et infantile. La DDC intervient dans des pays à faible et moyen revenus, dans des contextes stables ou fragiles, ainsi que dans des économies en transition.

Renforcement des systèmes de santé

Assurer la qualité des infrastructures, des équipements, des médicaments et des technologies médicales; promouvoir l’accès aux soins, le financement de la santé, la gouvernance et la gestion du secteur; assurer la formation et le suivi des professionnels de santé.

Santé sexuelle et reproductive

Améliorer la santé des mères, des nouveaux nés et des enfants; promouvoir la santé sexuelle et reproductive ainsi que les droits de l’homme relatifs à ces domaines.

Maladies

Mise en place de stratégies de promotion de la santé, de prévention et de diagnostic et traitement des maladies non transmissibles; soutenir la prévention, le traitement, la recherche de nouveaux médicaments et d’outils diagnostics contre les maladies tropicales négligées, le paludisme, la tuberculose, le sida, les diarrhées et les infections respiratoires aiguës.

Documents

Projets actuels

Objet 61 – 72 de 157

Contribution to IFRC Emergency Appeal: Novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) outbreak

31.01.2020 - 31.12.2020

As of 06. February 2020 a total of 28’292 infections and 565 deaths have been reported with the majority of the cases occurring in China.

The preliminary Emergency Appeal from the IFRC is seeking Swiss Francs 3 Million to support Red Cross Red Crescent Societies globally, to contribute to stopping transmission of the virus, and helping to ensure the health and dignity of communities affected by the outbreak. IFRC will work closely with National Societies in countries where transmission has taken place, and on preparedness measures for all countries. The main area of focus for this response is Health and WASH, which will include risk communication and community engagement, psychosocial support, capacity building of NS on epidemic response and support. Other areas of focus are protection, gender and inclusion and migration. While at the moment the response is largely in the Asia Pacific region, the IFRC is supporting National Societies in at risk countries with preparedness activities. The IFRC at global, country and regional level is coordinating with other agencies including WHO, UNICEF and CDC in information sharing and guidance.


Fonds d’Appui au Développement des Communes (FADeC)

01.01.2020 - 31.12.2023

Le Fonds d’Appui au Développement des Communes (FADeC) est un mécanisme efficace de transfert de ressources financières aux collectivités locales du Bénin. La contribution de la DDC au fonds permet aux communes de réaliser sur l’ensemble du territoire national d’importants investissements dans les infrastructures et services de base au profit de la population. En phase 2, la DDC renforcera notamment son appui aux structures de gestion, pilotage et contrôle du fonds. 


Improving access to good-quality healthcare services in Kosovo

01.01.2020 - 31.12.2023

AQH strengthens clinical capacity and managerial competence in partner municipalities towards increasing quality of services provided as well as enhancing the system’s understanding and response to the needs of communities, in particular vulnerable groups. At the community end, AQH generates demand for quality services, by improving health literacy and involving people in shaping the services, thus leading to an increased and rational utilization of all health services and ultimately improved health status of the population.


Contribution to the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GF)

01.01.2020 - 31.12.2022

Health is a precondition, an indicator and a result of sustainable development. The Global Fund (GF) follows the vision of a world free of HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria. It collects and channels a big share of the international funds dedicated to end these epidemics that disproportionately affect the poorest and most vulnerable people. Its support to country programmes has saved 27 million lives since 2002. In the coming years, the challenge is to maintain this progress and step up the fight to ending the epidemics. 


Voluntary Core Contribution to the World Health Organisation (WHO)

01.01.2020 - 31.12.2022

The World Health Organisation (WHO) is the leading and coordinating agency on health-related issues within the United Nations system. Switzerland supports its mandate to ensure the highest attainable level of health and well-being for all (SDG3). WHO’s normative function is its key strategic comparative advantage in global health governance. Its rights-based approach to health is also critical for advancing health equity. Switzerland’s programs are leveraged by the policy dialogue jointly carried out with WHO.


Increasing access to patented medicines with the pharmaceutical sector

01.01.2020 - 31.12.2027

2 billion people worldwide do not have access to essential medicines. 50 of these medicines, e.g. for cancer or HIV are patented. The Medicines Patent Pool is a proven mechanism that negotiates with patent holders voluntary licenses for markets in low-income countries which are granted to multiple generic manufacturers. The competition drives down prices but ensures an attractive royalty for the patent holder. SDC supports this voluntary approach to make patented medicines available to people in these countries.


International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF)

01.01.2020 - 31.12.2022

Sexual and reproductive health and rights are essential for social and economic development. Only 76% of women of reproductive age have their need for modern contraception satisfied. The International Planned Parenthood Federation a leading global advocacy organization whose member organizations in over 165 countries provide sexual and reproductive health services at local level and context-specific policy solutions that mainly benefit the poor and vulnerable.


Contribution de programme au ré-seau Medicus Mundi Suisse (MMS)

01.01.2020 - 31.12.2023

Medicus Mundi Schweiz ist ein Schweizer Netzwerk von 47 Organisationen, die in der internationalen Gesundheitszusammenarbeit tätig sind. Das Netzwerk schliesst wissenschaftliche Einrichtungen ein und hat zum Ziel, das Wissen der Mitglieder so zusammenzuführen, dass die Qualität, Wirksamkeit und Sichtbarkeit der internationalen Zusammenarbeit der Schweiz im Gesundheitsbereich kontinuierlich verbessert wird. Zentrale Gefässe sind u.a. entwicklungspolitische Dialoge mit Parlament, Zivilgesellschaft und Privatsektor.


Swiss Malaria Group (SMG)

01.01.2020 - 31.12.2023

The Swiss Malaria Group (SMG) gathers all Swiss-based institutions active nationally and internationally in the fight against malaria. The 16 members’ organizations from the public, private, academic and non-for-profit sectors coordinate their efforts in order to engaging Swiss technical expertise, opinion makers and the general public to provide Swiss leadership against malaria at global and national levels, strengthen research and innovation by Swiss actors and fight malaria on the ground in all affected settings.


Safeguard Young People – Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

01.01.2020 - 30.06.2023

The UNFPA Safeguard Young People programme contributes to the reduction of HIV infections and improved sexual and reproductive health and rights of young people (aged 10-24) in eight Southern African countries. It supports the adoption, domestication and implementation of regional policies and helps increase young people’s knowledge, skills, agency, and equitable access to integrated HIV/SRHR services. The SYP leverages one of Switzerland’s 15 priority multilateral organizations to achieve the Swiss goal of wide regional impact.


Strengthening institutional capacity for treatment and care for HIV/AIDS patients

01.01.2020 - 31.12.2023

Ruedi Luethy Foundation (RLF) uses a nurse-led and doctor-supervised approach to provide comprehensive care and treatment to HIV patients. Through its Newlands Clinic Training Centre (NCTC), human capital in Southern Africa for Opportunistic Infections/Anti-Retroviral Therapy (OI/ART) management is strengthened and mortality due to AIDS related illnesses is reduced. RLF is a pillar of best practice in HIV management and care and the single biggest contributor to Swiss visibility within the local context. 


Promoting efficient, affordable and clean cooling for everyone (PEACCE)

15.12.2019 - 31.12.2023

 

This project addresses increasing heatwaves by providing people of developing and emerging countries with access to efficient, affordable and clean cooling. The project will address both climate change mitigation and adaptation while improving the health, nutrition and productivity of people living in hot climates. This will be achieved by supporting select countries to set ambitious commitments on cooling in their climate policies. Swiss experience on climate-friendly cooling will be shared. 

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