La salud: factor esencial de desarrollo

La acción de la COSUDE en el área de la salud

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La acción de la COSUDE en el área de la salud se centra en tres temas: el refuerzo  de los sistemas de salud, la lucha contra las enfermedades  transmisibles y no transmisibles y la mejora de la salud sexual, reproductiva, materna, neonatal e infantil. La COSUDE interviene en países de ingresos  bajos y medios, en contextos estables o frágiles así como en economías en transición.

Fortalecimiento de los sistemas de salud

Reforzar los sistemas de salud para una cobertura sanitaria universal; promover la buena gobernanza y la protección social.

Salud sexual y reproductiva

Mejorar la salud de las madres, de los recién nacidos y de los niños, y promover una vida sexual y reproductiva y los derechos conectados.

Enfermedades transmisibles y no transmisibles

Adoptar estrategias sanitarias de prevención y diagnóstico, y fomentar el tratamiento de las enfermedades no transmisibles; apoyar financieramente la prevención, el tratamiento y la investigación de nuevos medicamentos e instrumentos de diagnóstico.


Proyectos actuales

Objeto 97 – 108 de 143

Air Pollution, Climate and Health (AiPoCH)

01.04.2017 - 31.12.2026

Air pollution is the largest single environmental health risk factor and closely related to climate change. Mitigating emissions can thus result in multiple benefits, but such interventions need to be rooted in a robust information and knowledge base. This project will strengthen high-quality climate/air pollution observation systems to increase awareness and evidence to ultimately trigger concrete action benefitting the health sector.

Enhancing Primary Health Care Services in Tajikistan

01.04.2017 - 31.03.2021

Health indicators in Tajikistan are among the poorest in Central Asia. The health system suffers from poor quality of health care services, chronic underfunding, and the implementation of the ongoing reforms is slow. The SDC project supports these reforms by increasing the planning and management capacities of health institutions at all levels, investing in basic rehabilitation of infrastructure, and by empowering the population to take responsibility for their own health and to hold the state accountable.

ApS: Territory as a space for peace: governance, education for peace and access to basic services and livelihoods as key elements for development and post-conflict in the Pacific Region

01.04.2017 - 31.12.2019

SDC will support ApS in improving living conditions of rural and ethnic communities in the Pacific Region affected by the armed conflict and natural events with a rights-based approach. The focus of this phase will be on an exit strategy that links humanitarian aid, rehabilitation and development in four departments that were under the influence of the FARC. It will contribute to peacebuilding efforts in Colombia while addressing humanitarian needs in zones where armed violence has increased and state responses have been weak.

Fairmed - Food Aid Swiss Dairy Products (Cameroon)

01.03.2017 - 31.07.2018

Through the usage of food aid in the form of Swiss dairy products, Swiss Humanitarian Aid contributes to the prevention and treatment of malnutrition, undernourishment, and disease. The SDC’s Humanitarian Aid administers the credit granted by parliament for a yearly amount of some CHF 20 million destined for the purchase of Swiss dairy products and their use for the benefit of the needy. Its task is to ensure a sustainable, targeted, and closely monitored food aid.

Safeguard Young People (SYP) – Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR)

01.02.2017 - 31.12.2019

The UNFPA Safeguard Young People programme (SYP) will contribute to the reduction of HIV infections and improved sexual and reproductive health and rights status of young women and men aged 10 to 24 in eight Southern African countries: Zambia, Swaziland, Malawi, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Lesotho. UNFPA will scale up SRHR/HIV prevention models and youth friendly health services (YFHS) in order to equip young people with knowledge, skills and values to protect themselves and capacitate member states to improve the legislative environment to address young people’s health issues.

Fighting diseases of poverty:Drugs for Neglected Diseases Initiative (DNDi)

01.01.2017 - 31.12.2020

Neglected tropical diseases mainly affect poor and marginalised populations in low and middle-income countries who have no purchasing power. This is the main reason why there is no incentive for the private sector to develop appropriate treatments for these diseases. DNDi develops and provides worldwide access to new and improved treatments as well as contributes to strengthening research capacities in endemic countries and advocates research on these diseases.

Fédération inter-jurassienne de coopération et de développement (FICD)

01.01.2017 - 31.12.2020

La Fédération inter-jurassienne de coopération et de développement (FICD), organisation faîtière qui compte 32 ONG membres, a fait de la formation et de l’information ses axes de travail privilégiés, afin de promouvoir des projets de qualité et un regard critique sur les enjeux globaux. Un pont qui relie spécialistes et bénévoles et qui met en communication le public du Canton de Jura et le Jura bernois avec les pays du Sud. La FICD est devenue un interlocuteur reconnu en matière de coopération internationale au développement pour les collectivités publiques locales, car garant de qualité et lieu d’échange et de débat.

Health System Strengthening Support Program 2017-2019

01.01.2017 - 31.12.2019

With its contribution to the health common fund (PROSAUDE) Switzerland supports the Government of Mozambique, in particular local governments, to accelerate equitable access to primary health services for women, children and people living in rural areas. As chair of the health common fund, Switzerland will advocate increased domestic funding and decentralization in order to foster sustainable and equitable health financing.

Medicines for Malaria Venture (MMV)

01.01.2017 - 31.12.2021

To contest the increasing problem of drug resistance and to accelerate malaria elimination, new drugs against malaria are needed. The Geneva-based Medicines for Malaria Venture (MMV) drives the discovery, development and implementation of new antimalarial drugs. Working with pharmaceutical, academic and affected country partners, MMV reduces costs and ensures affordable and equitable access to quality medicines by vulnerable groups at risk of malaria, in particular children and pregnant women.

Contribution to UNRWA's Programme Budget 2017-2020

01.01.2017 - 31.12.2020

UNRWA is one of Switzerland’s key multilateral partners in the Middle East, due to its regional outreach and its important contributions towards stability and peace in the region. UNRWA overall delivers assistance and protection services to 5.3 million registered Palestine refugees. Under its Programme Budget, UNRWA ensures universal access to quality primary health care and to basic education to Palestine refugees. It also provides targeted relief and social services to needy poor refugees.

Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics FIND

01.01.2017 - 31.12.2020

The Foundation for Innovative New Diagnostics (FIND), working through a public-private partnership model, drives the development and early implementation of new diagnostic tests for poverty-related diseases. From a global public health perspective, accurate and affordable diagnosis is critical. It helps ensure better care to patients, enables equitable, timely and correct medical treatment in low-resource settings, and thus reduces wastage of medicines and antimicrobial resistance. It is essential also for emergency preparedness.

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

01.01.2017 - 31.12.2019

Health is a precondition, an indicator and an outcome of sustainable development. The Global Fund follows the vision of a world free of the burden of AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria with better health for all. It channels a big share of the funds dedicated to end these epidemics that affect disproportionately the poorest and most vulnerable people. It does so in accordance to the Global Plans of its main multilateral  specialised partners. Since it was created, it has supported programmes that saved 20 million lives.

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