Gesundheit – Ein Schlüsselfaktor der Entwicklung

Die Aktivitäten im Gesundheitsbereich der DEZA

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Die DEZA konzentriert ihre Aktivitäten im Gesundheitsbereich auf die folgenden drei Bereiche: Stärkung der Gesundheitssysteme, Bekämpfung von übertragbaren und nichtübertragbaren Krankheiten sowie Verbesserung der sexuellen und reproduktiven Gesundheit und der Gesundheitsversorgung von Müttern, Neugeborenen und Kindern. Die DEZA engagiert sich in Ländern mit niedrigem und mittlerem Einkommen, in stabilen oder fragilen Kontexten sowie in Transitionsländern.

Stärkung der Gesundheitssysteme

Grosse Herausforderungen sind dabei insbesondere; der Mangel an Gesundheitspersonal, Finanzierung, gute Regierungsführung und Management, die Verfügbarkeit und Qualität von angemessener Infrastruktur, Technologie und medizinischen Produkten

Sexuelle und reproduktive Gesundheit

Verbesserung der Gesundheit von Müttern, Neugeborenen und Kindern sowie Förderung der sexuellen und reproduktiven Gesundheit und Rechte.

Übertragbare und nichtübertragbare Krankheiten

Förderung einer gesunden Lebensweise ausgehend von einem gemeinschaftlichen Ansatz für nichtübertragbare Krankheiten; finanzielle Unterstützung für Prävention, Behandlung und Forschung im Bereich neuer Medikamente und Diagnoseinstrumente für übertragbare Krankheiten: HIV/Aids, Malaria, Tuberkulose, Durchfall sowie akute Infektionen der Atemwege und vernachlässigte tropische Krankheiten.

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Aktuelle Projekte

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Long-term support to UNRWA’s reform

01.01.2018 - 31.12.2020

Through this contribution, Switzerland enables UNRWA (United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East) to pursue the implementation of two key reform areas from its Medium-Term Strategy 2016-21, namely: the Resource Mobilization Strategy and the Protection Framework. These reforms will improve UNRWA’s ability to deliver its core services by stabilizing the Agency’s financial situation and by strengthening its capacities to deliver its protection mandate.


Programme Psychosocial dans la Région des Grands Lacs

01.01.2018 - 31.12.2020

Le programme contribue à la diminution des violences envers les femmes et à l’amélioration de leur statut au Burundi, Rwanda et République Démocratique du Congo. Cette nouvelle phase consolidera les acquis de la prise en charge communautaire et holistique, tout en renforçant les capacités de réponse d’ONGs locales et d’une organisation régionale. Elle mettra aussi l’accent sur le plaidoyer politique, la lutte contre l’impunité, la recherche et la gestion des savoirs.


UNICEF Core Contribution 2018-2020

01.01.2018 - 31.12.2020

Despite important progress for children over the last 15 years, child rights violations and inequities persist. UNICEF is mandated by the United Nations General Assembly to advocate for the protection of children’s rights, to help meet their basic needs and to expand their opportunities to reach their full potential. UNICEF is guided by the Convention on the Rights of the Child. Switzerland supports UNICEF because it is the main UN organization with a comprehensive mandate on child protection & development.


UNFPA Core Contribution 2018-2020

01.01.2018 - 31.12.2020

The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) works to address questions related to population and development, with an emphasis on sexual and reproductive health, gender equality, and youth. UNFPA is a key partner for Switzerland to ensure progress on its priorities of sexual and reproductive health and rights as well as gender equality and women’s empowerment.


Integrated Health and Habitat Improvement (IHHI) Rasht Valley, Tajikistan

01.01.2018 - 31.12.2021

Rasht Valley is the most neglected and fragile region in Tajikistan - the poorest country of the former Soviet Union republics. The region marked by a sluggish transition and fragility patterns – remnants of the Civil War in the country. This project will improve quality of living conditions of Rasht Valley’s population by increasing access to better quality drinking water, sanitation and healthcare services, as well as strengthening resilience of communities to the impact of natural hazards.


Scaling up Nutrition Pooled Fund (SUN – Pooled Fund)

01.12.2017 - 31.12.2020

Sound nutrition relevant policies and strategies are a prerequisite to eliminate hunger and malnutrition. The Scaling Up Nutrition (SUN) Movement brings together governments, civil society, donors, UN agencies, researchers and private sector actors to collaborate in support of countries to combat malnutrition. SDC participates in the SUN Pooled-Fund, which strengthens civil society engagement and multi-stakeholder platforms in the fight against malnutrition in the SUN countries.


Promoting Healthy Lifestyles and Gender Equitable Attitudes among Young Men and Women in Bosnia and Herzegovina

01.12.2017 - 31.12.2020

Attitudes and behaviors of the current generation of young people in BiH are still shaped by patriarchal values, which influence the lifestyles of boys and girls and their respective vulnerability to health risks. Young men are more inclined to engage in harmful and dangerous activities and are much more likely to use violence - against women and peers - than women. The proposed intervention will promote healthier lifestyles and challenge existing gender stereotypes by working with young men, as well as women, in schools and local communities.


Empowering and Decentralizing Local Government Institutions to Manage Hygiene, Sanitation and Water Supply Service Delivery in Hard-to-Reach Areas of Bangladesh

01.12.2017 - 30.11.2020

The Hygiene, Sanitation and Water Fund (HYSAWA) will focus on enhancing capacities of local government institutions and communities to plan and manage hygiene, sanitation and water supply service delivery in an effective, accountable, transparent and inclusive manner for men, women and disadvantaged persons. Citizens will benefit from improved public services which are better targeted at those people who need them the most.


Towards an innovative oral combination treatment for visceral leishmaniasis

01.11.2017 - 31.12.2018

Visceral leishmaniasis is a neglected tropical disease and fatal if left untreated in over 95% of cases. Existing therapies have serious drawbacks in terms of safety, drug resistance, field-adapted use, cost, length and tolerability. Drugs for Neglected Disease initiative, a non-profit drug research and development organization, carries out preclinical activities on two drug compounds for the development of an oral combination therapy for this disease that mainly affects the poor.


Progressing towards Universal Health Coverage in Moldova

01.11.2017 - 30.04.2023

Through this project, Switzerland will support the Moldovan government's efforts to ensure access to healthcare services for all and to protect the population against impoverishing health expenditures. This will be achieved through making services more affordable and more accessible for the poorest and the most vulnerable. The population will be empowered to demand transparency and accountability in the healthcare system. 


Programme d’Appui aux systèmes de santé des Grands Lacs

01.10.2017 - 30.06.2020

This phasing-Out stage shall focus on managing local knowledge-transfer processes revolving around medial and non-medical determinants of health. To do this is relevant in a stage of phasing-out because it capitalizes on the efforts made by Switzerland in a systemic support to the public health system over the last 15 years.  Monitoring the stunting path among children’s under 2yo - as good proxy of wellbeing and of social learning processes - will be undertaken with the cooperation of parents, Community Health Workers (CHWs) and Local Governments. Therein lays the potential for successful replicating of good health practices, locally, and as a basis for upscaling to the Western Province and beyond.


Global RECAP – Promoting healthy diet and physical activity

17.09.2017 - 31.12.2021

Switzerland plays a critical role in moving the agenda for non-communicable diseases (NCDs) at national and international level forward. NCDs constitute a major global health challenges today with critical economic consequences. Unhealthy diet and physical inactivity are the main causes of obesity and NCDs. Switzerland aims at strengthening individual and institutional capacity and enabling environments for legal and regulatory measures to promote healthy diet and physical activity.

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