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Népal: un éventail de mesures contre la violence sexiste

Les participantes au séminaire de formation regroupées en cercles (photo prise depuis le haut).

01.02.2016 - 30.06.2020

Au Népal, la violence sexiste est un problème omniprésent, qui entrave le développement durable. Pour lutter contre ce phénomène, la DDC et le Fonds des Nations Unies pour la population (FNUAP) ont lancé début 2016 un projet de prévention et d’action sur une durée de trois ans. Le but est, d’une part, d’informer les femmes et les filles de leurs droits et de les inciter à dénoncer les violences qu’elles subissent, de l’autre, d’amener les hommes et les garçons à modifier leur comportement vis-à-vis du sexe féminin. Le projet vise en outre à assurer une prise en charge plus rapide et plus efficace des victimes. Les premiers résultats sont encourageants.

Pays/région Période Budget
Népal

01.02.2016 - 30.06.2020


CHF 3'743'000



Des passerelles qui changent la vie

Des femmes transportant de grands paniers avancent sur une passerelle.

01.08.2014 - 31.07.2019

Au Népal, les ponts suspendus jouent un rôle vital pour la mobilité rurale. Près de 80 d’entre eux ont été détruits ou fortement endommagés lors des séismes de 2015, ce qui a compromis l’accès à l’éducation, aux services de santé et aux marchés locaux pour des milliers de personnes vivant dans les régions montagneuses. La DDC a participé aux efforts de reconstruction et s’est appuyée, pour son intervention, sur un savoir-faire acquis de longue date dans le pays.

Pays/région Thème Période Budget
Népal
Agriculture et sécurité alimentaire
Infrastructure rurale (till 2016)
Développement de la chaîne de valeur agricole (til 2016)
TRANSPORTS ET ENTREPOSAGE
DESTINATION PLURI-SECTORIELLE OU TRANSVERSALE
Politique des transports et gestion administrative
Développement rural

01.08.2014 - 31.07.2019


CHF 10'998'000



Un fonds pour soutenir la formation de personnes défavorisées au Népal

 Eine junge nepalesische Frau arbeitet an einem Sicherungskasten.

01.01.2011 - 30.06.2020

La DDC a créé l’Employment Fund Nepal aux côtés du gouvernement népalais et d’autres partenaires pour contribuer à la formation de personnes jeunes et défavorisées. Les instituts de formation préfinancent la formation et sont ensuite remboursés par le fonds si les personnes formées trouvent un emploi correctement rémunéré.

Pays/région Thème Période Budget
Népal
Formation professionelle
Emploi & développement économique
Formation professionnelle
Création d'emplois
Développement de petites et moyennes entreprises
EDUCATION
INFRASTRUCTURE ET SERVICES SOCIAUX DIVERS
INDUSTRIES MANUFACTURIERES
Formation professionnelle
Politique de l’emploi et gestion administrative
Développement des Petites et moyennes entreprises (PME)

01.01.2011 - 30.06.2020


CHF 5'996'665



Gender-based Violence Prevention and Response Project (GBV Project)

01.01.2024 - 31.12.2027

Gender-based violence is prevalent in Nepal because of patriarchal values, lack of rights awareness or support services and poor implementation of laws. In the first phase, the project will directly reach 50,000 households in three districts with GBV prevention activities involving women, girls, men and boys and will provide improved medical, psychosocial and legal services for a minimum of 1’000 GBV survivors. Subsequently, the coverage will be increased.


Projet planifié

Subnational Governance Program (SNGP)

16.07.2023 - 15.07.2030

The overall goal of the Program is to support the subnational governments to build sustainable, inclusive and democratic institutions that deliver services to the citizens, especially from disadvantaged groups, in an efficient and effective way and as per their constitutional mandate. The Program will be nationally coordinated government-led and implementation will mainly take place in all seven provinces and 753 local level governments of Nepal.


Projet planifié

Enhanced Skills for Sustainable and Reliable Employment (ENSSURE)

01.01.2020 - 31.12.2025

500’000 unskilled youths enter the Nepali labour market yearly but remain un- or underemployed as the market cannot absorb them. ENSSURE aims at enhancing gainful wage and self-employment mainly for youth of disadvantaged groups through short-/medium-term training, apprenticeship and business skills development. It will work through close public-private partnerships at national and district level of the vocational training and expand service provision to sectors of high productivity and employment.


She Leads – Women Leadership Programme

01.01.2019 - 31.12.2022

Federalism has created a historic opportunity for some 14’000 Nepalese women, over half of them from socially discriminated groups, to serve for the first time as elected representatives at local level. However, most elected women at local level remain excluded from political decision making due to discrimination based on patriarchal norms and values, and lack of resources and networks. The project promotes women leadership to support the peace process and to prevent future conflicts.


Projet planifié

State Support Programme (SSP)

01.10.2018 - 31.07.2030

Well-functioning State institutions and governance processes are key to success or failure of the new federal system in Nepal. States are a critical catalyst for identity, conflict resolution, regional development and the consolidation of the peace process. By promoting platforms for intergovern-mental cooperation and deliberative processes, and by fostering implementation capacities and the link with citizens in State 1, the program contributes to a successful federal transition in Nepal.


Migrant Rights and Decent Work (MiriDew)

01.09.2018 - 31.08.2021

Remittances sent home by over 3 million Nepali migrant workers have significantly reduced poverty. Nevertheless, the rights of migrants are regularly violated. The proposed project will enhance the Government of Nepal’s understanding of overseas labour market conditions and strengthen mechanisms to better protect the rights of Nepali workers at home and abroad through better consular support and a strong presence in the international policy dialogue.


Safer Migration (SaMI III) project

16.07.2018 - 15.07.2022

Labour migration is positively affecting Nepal’s socio-economic development with remittances significantly reducing poverty. Nevertheless, the rights of migrants are often violated. The Safer Migration project will empower migrants and their families and strengthen government protection mechanisms. The project will benefit about 600’000 men and women in three states of Nepal and enable about 60 local governments to run foreign employment services.


Motorable Local Roads Bridge Programme (MLRBP) – Phase III

01.03.2017 - 31.07.2020

MLRBP III will contribute directly to improved livelihoods of 1.2 million rural people through technical assistance in bridge building and facilitating improved access. Lack of access to services, markets and opportunities remains one of the reasons for high poverty. Bridges on local roads are critical for an all year round access for the rural poor, creating economic and social development opportunities for them, and reducing the huge economic costs they incur for travel, trade, health and farm inputs.


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