Une approche axée sur les causes centrales des fragilités et de la résilience

La Suisse a considérablement accru son soutien aux régions fragiles et touchées par des conflits. Le message de la coopération internationale pour la période 2017-2020, approuvé par le Parlement, a augmenté de 50% l’aide bilatérale consacrée à ces pays.

Ces moyens sont alloués à la lutte contre les causes des conflits, au renforcement de la société civile, à l’encouragement du respect des droits de l’homme ainsi qu'à la promotion d'une gouvernance responsable au niveau national et local.

La DDC est active dans plusieurs pays et régions touchés par des conflits, latents ou ouverts, et affectés de manière prononcée dans une ou plusieurs dimensions de la fragilité, notamment en Afghanistan, en Afrique du Nord, au Burundi, dans la Corne de l’Afrique, à Haïti, au Mali, au Myanmar et au Népal.

De nouvelles pistes pour la coopération au développement

En 2015, les Etats membres de l’ONU ont adopté l’Agenda 2030 pour le développement durable. L’objectif de développement durable n°16 établit un lien direct entre des sociétés pacifiques, inclusives et des institutions fortes avec le développement durable. Cet objectif consacre la paix comme un sujet légitime de développement et matérialise ainsi l’engagement international pris à Busan en 2011 pour une «Nouvelle donne pour l’engagement dans les États fragiles».

Les considérations humanitaires, l'objectif d'un développement durable et l'amélioration de la sécurité mondiale sont autant de raisons qui militent en faveur d'efforts particuliers dans les contextes fragiles, malgré les risques accrus qu'ils présentent. Ces efforts s’inscrivent à la croisée des grands agendas internationaux pour la pérennisation de la paix, pour l’humanité ou pour les droits humains. Ces efforts reconnaissent enfin la nécessité d’adapter toute intervention à son contexte, tout en en percevant l’entière complexité.

Lutter contre les fragilités permet d’atteindre ceux qui sont le plus à risques d’être laissé pour compte

Les communautés les plus à risques sont celles qui sont affectées par des conflits armés chroniques et par les autres formes de violence, le manque d’accès à la justice, une corruption rampante, le manque de respect des droits humains, ou des institutions non-inclusives et non-redevables.

Les pays en situation de fragilité comptent parmi ceux ayant le moins bien réalisé les objectifs du millénaire pour le développement (OMD) avant 2015. Ils risquent également d’être laissés pour compte dans la réalisation des objectifs de développement durable (ODD) à l’horizon 2030. C’est pourquoi lutter contre les différentes formes de fragilités contribue directement à atteindre les populations laissées pour comptes, et en particulier les plus exposées.

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Projets actuels

Objet 25 – 36 de 974

Building Regional and National capacities for improved Migration Governance in the IGAD Region

01.01.2022 - 31.08.2027

The Horn of Africa is of high interest for Switzerland in terms of migration policy. Swiss support to the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) and its Member States will contribute to improve their migration governance capacities so as to enable the organisation to effectively implement regional, continental and global regulatory standards for the protection of refugees and vulnerable migrants in the region.


Fair and ethical recruitment of migrant workers

01.11.2021 - 31.12.2023

Approximately 105 million people are currently working outside their country of origin. Many of these migrant workers have profited from international labour recruitment intermediaries. Millions, however, have become victims of abusive and exploitative practices by unethical recruiters. Working together with different actors, SDC will support initiatives to ensure fair and ethical recruitment. Migrants and their families will be better protected and thereby better enabled to contribute to the development of their countries of origin and destination.


Bangladesh Agricultural and Disaster Insurance Programme

01.11.2021 - 31.12.2028

Farmers will improve their productivity and resilience by gaining access to client-oriented and affordable agricultural insurance products. Insurance-cover will allow farmers to invest in higher-return activities, access credit and to recover faster when affected by weather, diseases and disasters. By building capacity of and facilitating coordination and linkages among key stakeholders, inclusive insurance markets will be developed to eventually cater for several million farmers.


Strengthening livestock sector in Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASAL) Counties of Kenya

01.10.2021 - 30.04.2024

Around 60% of the population in the arid and semi-arid lands of Northern Eastern Kenya Counties live in abject poverty and are almost entirely dependent on livestock production for their livelihoods in an environment that is characterized by droughts and resource based conflicts. This programme will support these Counties to enhance livestock production by strengthening key factors such as fodder production, animal health, etc. and by strengthening the institutions to more effectively deliver relevant services and reduce conflicts. 


Agricultural Services and Livelihood Improvement (ASLI)

01.08.2021 - 31.07.2029

Farming households in the Central Highlands of Afghanistan suffer from high levels of poverty and food insecurity. Their agricultural productivity remains low due to insufficient access to inputs and information. The Agricultural Services and Livelihood Improvement (ASLI) project aims to improve the livelihoods of poor rural families by strengthening the public extension system at subnational level to enable targeted, demand-driven agricultural service delivery.


Promoting Social Entrepreneurship in selected countries

01.08.2021 - 28.02.2026

This regional program with national implementation components supports Social Entrepreneurs (SEs) contributing to solving societal and environmental problems with a market-based approach. The contribution identifies and supports selected SEs and helps them to reach out to the poor. It serves the creation of employment and income for low-income households improving their livelihoods. SEs use innovative ideas and business models that are well-aligned with SDC’s objectives of poverty reduction.



Territorial water governance in the Gulf of Fonseca Region - phase II

01.04.2021 - 30.06.2024

The Program facilitates the empowerment of the Watershed Councils of the Nacaome, Choluteca and Sampile rivers in the Gulf of Fonseca Region in terms of their leadership and sustainable and participatory management of the water governance system. This contributes to collaborative processes and investments in the frame of the formulation and implementation of watershed plans, indirectly benefiting 500,000 inhabitants.


PRODEL - Program for strengthening municipal capacities for local development

01.04.2021 - 30.06.2024

PRODEL III contributes to the decentralization reform through introducing its municipal autonomy approach into new laws and policies, through training of “multipliers” and creation of advisory services to extend its tool of Municipal Development Strategy to more municipalities. The EDM strengthens municipal autonomy and efficient use of local resources for production infrastructure and services, while promoting participation and inclusion.


CORIGAP: Closing Rice Yield Gaps in Asia

01.04.2021 - 31.12.2022

SDC supports the International Rice Research Institute and national research and extension partners in six countries in Asia (China, Indonesia, Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Vietnam) to develop quantitative tools and methods to optimize the sustainability of irrigated systems in order to enhance regional food security while minimizing the environmental footprint of rice production. Through this contribution, Switzerland has initiated the development of sustainable rice production indicators which are now adopted by more than 100 private and public organisations.


Futuro Microbank

08.03.2021 - 30.06.2023

Limited access to financial services is a key constraint of rural micro and small women and men entrepreneurs (including farmers) to develop their business and to generate employment and income. The Swiss supported Banco Futuro is successfully providing affordable financial services to rural entrepreneurs (80% women), thus allowing them to enhance business and livelihood opportunities


Resilience for Pastoralist Communities in Northern Kenya

01.03.2021 - 31.07.2025

Pastoralism is a millennia old livelihood strategy adapted to the marginal and harsh environ-ments of Arid and Semi-Arid Lands (ASAL). In order to support pastoralists, this programme contributes to strengthening public and private institutions in the water and livestock sectors, putting policy frameworks in place to ensure efficient county-wide and cross-border water and rangeland management systems, and to increase access to water and pasture.

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