Katastrophenvorsorge, Nothilfe, Wiederaufbau und Schutz

Personen holen Wasser bei einer Zisterne im Südsudan.
Die Humanitäre Hilfe hat im Südsudan mehrere Wasserstellen errichtet, um die Lokalbevölkerung mit Trinkwasser zu versorgen. © DEZA

Katastrophenvorsorge, Nothilfe und Wiederaufbau gehören zu den drei Einsatzfeldern der Humanitären Hilfe der DEZA. Sie umfassen Aktivitäten vor, während und nach Krisen, bewaffneten Konflikten und Katastrophen.

Die Prävention umfasst alle Massnahmen, die zum Schutz von Bevölkerung und Infrastruktur  getroffen werden. Gefahrenprävention und Reduktion der Verletzbarkeit ist Teil der nachhaltigen Entwicklung und in allen Projekten und Programmen der DEZA gefördert. Die Aufgabe der Nothilfe ist es, während einer Krise Leben zu retten und Leiden zu lindern. Zwei Drittel der Mittel der Humanitären Hilfe der DEZA ist für die Nothilfe bestimmt. Auf die Nothilfe und die Stabilisierung der Lage folgen die Wiederaufbau- und Rehabilitationsarbeiten. Bei länger anhaltenden Konflikten können diese Instrumente gleichzeitig zum Einsatz kommen. 

Der Schutz der Bevölkerung gehört neben der Minderung des Katastrophenrisikos, Wasser und Siedlungshygiene sowie sexueller und geschlechtsspezifischer Gewalt zu den vier thematischen Schwerpunkten der Humanitären Hilfe der DEZA.

Katastrophenvorsorge

Arme und reiche Länder sind gleichermassen von Naturkatastrophen betroffen, die Auswirkungen sind aber je nach Entwicklungsstand verschieden.

Wiederaufbau und Rehabilitation

Bei Wiederaufbau und Rehabilitation geht es generell um die Wiederherstellung der Lebensverhältnisse der betroffenen Bevölkerung.

Katastrophen- und Nothilfe

Die Nothilfe des Bundes ist mit ihren Experten des Schweizerischen Korps für humanitäre Hilfe (SKH) bei Krisen, Konflikten und Katastrophen weltweit tätig.

Schutz der Bevölkerung

Bewaffnete Konflikte und Naturkatastrophen setzen Überlebende Risiken von körperlicher oder psychischer Gewalt aus.

Aktuelle Projekte

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Priority themes WASH and Protection 2017

15.03.2017 - 31.12.2019

In the frame of the dispatch 2017-2020, 4 priority themes have been defined for the SDC/HA domain, namely DRR, SGBV, WASH and Protection, the two latter ones being hosted by the Africa H division. This CP will fund several activities implemented for the whole SDC/HA domain in order to increase the impact and coherence of priority themes such as defined in the operational concepts adopted by the HA domain in 2016.


FAO: Improved production, availability and access to nutritious food for vulnerable people in north-eastern Nigeria

01.03.2017 - 30.04.2018

Improve the production, availability and access to nutritious food for vulnerable IDPs, returnees and host communities in north-eastern Nigeria by the provision of agricultural production inputs such as seeds, tools and fertilizer. The provision of agricultural production will complement the emergency food assistance provided by the WFP and enable farmers to produce enough food, as well as to meet the most vulnerable households’ immediate food needs.


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.


Grand Bargain Project 2017-2018

15.02.2017 - 30.06.2020

The Grand Bargain is one of the concrete initiatives announced at the WHS to improve humanitarian action, as it provides avenues for how aid financing must be more efficient. The top 30 donors and aid agencies endorsed this so-called “Grand Bargain” to make aid more efficient, including long-term, flexible and less earmarked funding from the donors, reduced overhead costs and reporting requirements, a greater use of digital funding (cash transfers) and more means flowing to local and national responders. It also commits to more coherent and “impartial” needs assessments and less competition between aid agencies. In a nutshell, the Grand Bargain tries to address some of the structural reforms that are needed in the humanitarian system through the lenses of financing.


SSD IOM: Regional Information and Coordination Mechanisms for South Sudanese Displacement Dynamics

01.02.2017 - 30.08.2018

Continued conflict, food insecurity and a dire economic situation have increased the scale of displacement both within and outside the country to unprecedented levels, with many sheltering in UN POCS or crossing to neighbouring countries. For humanitarians to be able to respond to the needs of these populations, a better understanding of the displacement dynamics and trends must be developed. IOM’s proposed project will help create a better understanding of the displacement dynamics and trends and enable humanitarians to effectively respond to needs of the populations.


Schweiz setzt Unterstützung für Palästina-Flüchtlinge

eine Klasse mit Mädchen Studenten

01.01.2017 - 31.12.2020

Die UNRWA ist seit der Gründung des Hilfswerks 1949 eine strategische Partnerin der Schweiz im Nahen Osten. Der Beitrag der Schweiz ist in erster Linie für den Zugang der betroffenen Bevölkerung zu Bildung, Gesundheitsvorsorge und sozialen Dienstleistungen bestimmt. Auf diese Weise trägt die Schweiz dazu bei, Perspektiven zu schaffen, das Risiko einer Radikalisierung junger Leute zu reduzieren und die Stabilität in der Region zu verbessern.

Land/Region Thema Periode Budget
Jordanien
Libanon
Palästinensische Behörde
Syrien
Bildung
Gesundheit
Humanitäre Hilfe & DRR
Grundbildung
Primäre Gesundheitsversorgung
Schutz, Zugang & Sicherheit

01.01.2017 - 31.12.2020


CHF 89'000'000



Contribution 2017 to WFP Refugee Operations in Kenya

01.01.2017 - 31.12.2017

Rational and relevance of the intervention and summary of overall goal:

In line with the Good Humanitarian Donorship (GHD) principles, Switzerland recognizes the necessity of predictable and flexible funding to respond to changing needs in humanitarian crises. SDC funding to WFP operations allows the World Food Programme (WFP) to respond proactively and to provide immediate food assistance in life-threatening situations.

Amidst funding shortfalls and consequent cuts of food ratios for refugees in Kenya, Switzerland contributes to the food assistance for refugees living in Dadaab and Kakuma camps.



Projet Oriental Protection Migrants Maroc

01.01.2017 - 31.03.2018

Morocco is a country of transit and destination for migrants and refugees, 20’000 of which live on the margins of society, despite the 2014 adopted first ever migration strategy, promising the respect of human rights and access to public services. The “Projet Oriental” facilitates access to health care and provides humanitarian support to 5’600 vulnerable migrants per year and coaches public and civil society service providers to care for the specific needs of the migrants.


Humanitarian Quality Assurance Initiative, 2017-2019

01.01.2017 - 31.12.2019

By supporting the Humanitarian Quality Assurance Initiative (HQAI), at the moment where it is building its sustainability, Switzerland strives to ensure humanitarian organizations have a measurable tool to track their progress against effectiveness and accountability to affected populations, with their application of the Core Humanitarian Standard (CHS), and continuously improve. This is done through the verification and certification processes of HQAI which acts as an independent organization.


CERAH Core Contributions 2017-2020

01.01.2017 - 31.12.2021

CERAH’s mission aims at enhancing the capacity of individual and institutional humanitarian actors to devise and bring relevant, adapted and timely responses to the plight of populations affected by armed conflict, disasters or social exclusion. To that end, it aims at strengthening the competencies of humanitarian professionals through internationally recognized education and training, at improving humanitarian responses through critical research of humanitarian concepts, policies and practices and to stimulate debate on selected humanitarian issues to further critical and innovative thinking. This project aims at furthering systematization and professionalization of humanitarian activities and actors, with the stated goal to make the humanitarian sector more coherent and accountable.


Allocation of SDC Funding to WFP Operations in 2017

01.01.2017 - 31.12.2017

In line with the Good Humanitarian Donorship (GHD) principles, Switzerland recognizes the necessity of predictable and flexible funding to respond to changing needs in humanitarian crises. SDC funding to WFP operations allows the World Food Programme (WFP) to respond proactively and to provide immediate food assistance in life-threatening situations.

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