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© DDC

01.05.2015 - 31.12.2018

La DDC accompagne les autorités cambodgiennes dans un ambitieux processus de décentralisation entamé en 2001. Objectif déclaré: doter les autorités locales et provinciales des ressources et compétences nécessaires pour qu’elles puissent offrir des services publics de qualité à la population. L’idée est aussi que les citoyens aient leur mot à dire.

Pays/région Période Budget
Cambodge

01.05.2015 - 31.12.2018


CHF 7'610'000



Projet terminé

Promouvoir la gouvernance locale pour renforcer les droits des enfants – Seth Koma

Une collaboratrice du DDC en visite dans une classe enfantine de la province de Mondulkiri.

01.12.2012 - 31.12.2014

Les femmes et les enfants sont les premières victimes des conflits armés et des actes de génocide. Le programme «Seth Koma» du Fonds des Nations Unies pour l’enfance (UNICEF) vise à promouvoir leurs droits dans le cadre d’une réforme nationale pour la démocratisation et la décentralisation. Le projet, auquel la DDC apporte une contribution unique, soutient la création de comités pour les femmes et les enfants aux niveaux des communes et des districts.

Pays/région Thème Période Budget
Cambodge
État de droit - démocratie - droits de l’homme
Santé
Décentralisation - gouvernance locale - démocratisation (y compris redevabilité)
Droits de l’homme (y compris droits des femmes)
Système de santé primaire
GOUVERNEMENT ET SOCIETE CIVILE
GOUVERNEMENT ET SOCIETE CIVILE
SANTE
Décentralisation et soutien aux administrations infranationales (y compris redevabilité)
Droits de la personne
Soins et services de santé de base

01.12.2012 - 31.12.2014


CHF 950'000



UN Joint Programme on Youth Employment

01.01.2024 - 31.12.2028

Cambodia is the most youthful country in South East Asia with more than 50% of the population below 25 years. The key challenge of Cambodia is to create decent and productive employment opportunities for new entrants to the labour market. With its contribution, SDC addresses the challenge by enabling young people to have access to skills and quality education and employment whilst promoting rightful and decent working conditions.


Projet planifié

Skills Development Program Cambodia

01.07.2020 - 31.12.2027

Skills development is a key driver for inclusive growth in Cambodia, but delivery is poor. Through the Skills Development Program, SDC supports the rural poor and disadvantaged youth in northern provinces to have better access to more gainful and decent employment through vocational and life skills and contributes to strengthening the TVET national regulatory framework for better inclusion, more effective delivery and higher relevance of vocational skills to labor market needs.


Mine Action for Human Development in Cambodia 2017- 2025

01.01.2020 - 31.12.2025

Over the past 20 years Cambodia has made significant progress in clearing landmines and other explosive remnants of war (ERW). Nevertheless 1,640 km2 of land remain contaminated as suspected minefields at this moment. SDC plans supporting national and regional mine action initiatives to ensure that development of poor rural communities is no longer impeded by disablement and restricted access to land, forests and water resources due to landmines and ERW.


Cambodian Horticulture Project Advancing Income and Nutrition (CHAIN)

01.12.2017 - 31.12.2020

The Cambodian Horticulture Advancing Income and Nutrition (CHAIN) programme is implemented by SNV and aims to develop and strengthen horticulture value chains in close collaboration with public and private sector actors in four least-developed provinces in the northeast of Cambodia. The SDC mandated programme supports poor, smallholder women and men farmers to increase their productivity and income and to improve food security, nutrition and climate resilience.


UNited For Youth Employment in Cambodia

01.09.2017 - 31.08.2019

Youth in Cambodia, in particular new entrants to the labour market, face critical challenges in accessing decent and productive employment opportunities. They have limited access to relevant skills, quality education, entrepreneurship training, information about markets and labour rights. With SDC’s contribution, the UN joint programme will support young women and men to access to (self-) employment opportunities and decent jobs. 


Partnership for Forestry and Fisheries (PaFF): Support to Forestry and Fisheries Communities in Cambodia

01.08.2017 - 30.06.2021

SDC contributes to the initiative Partnership for Forestry and Fisheries implemented by a consortium of four NGOs, led by WWF Cambodia. The programme supports rural communities to secure their access to forestry and fishery resources, to improve income and food security through enhanced production practices, and to advance public dialogue on sustainable natural resource management in four least-developed provinces in the northeast of Cambodia.


SUPIC – Support to the Parliament in Cambodia

01.05.2017 - 31.12.2019

The Parliamentary Institute of Cambodia (PIC) supports parliaments in Cambodia and in the wider region to build capacities towards effective democratic institutions and promoting accountability. The Swiss contribution to the PIC will support democratic development processes as a key element for sustainable poverty reduction, and peace and stability in the country and in the region.


Clearing for Result (CfR III): Mine Action for Human Development (2016-2019)

01.11.2016 - 31.12.2019

Although over the past 20 years Cambodia has cleared nationwide 1,412km2 of land from mines, an area of 1,640km2 still remains contaminated. Cambodian Mine Action and Victim Assistance Authority (CMAA) will clear over 27km² of heavily contaminated land ensuring safe access to productive land and improving poor rural communities’ livelihoods. SDC’s support to Cambodia’s mine action aligns with the Maputo Declaration 15+ commitment to declare Cambodia mine-free by 2025 and with the Swiss Humanitarian Mine Action Strategy (2016 – 2019).


Kantha Bopha Hospitals Cambodia

01.09.2016 - 31.12.2018

Founded by Dr. Beat Richner in 1992, the five Kantha Bopha Hospitals (KBH) provide in 2016 free of charge health services for children and expecting mothers, and cover around 60–85 % of all sick children in Cambodia. Given their broad coverage and their status as Governmental University hospitals, KBH are a crucial actor in the Cambodian health sector. While their long term financial sustainability is a concern, it is SDC’s objective through this proposal to address the matter.


Projet terminé

Regional Economic Development Programme, Cambodia

01.07.2014 - 31.03.2018

The Regional Economic Development (RED) programme, implemented by GIZ in Siem Reap Province since 2007, aims at strengthening local economic growth and democratic governance for poverty reduction at local level. SDC joins forces with the German BMZ to scaling up this programme in two new provinces. By focusing on local governance structures, it will support rural poor, in particular women to increase their income and actively participate in local development.

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