Réduction de la pauvreté par la prévention des conflits et des catastrophes

Deux enfants sur un char de cotton
La culture du coton est un secteur important et l’une des chaines de valeurs clé de l’économie au Kirghizstan. © DDC

Les conflits, la violence et les violations des droits de l’homme comptent parmi les principaux défis en matière de lutte contre la pauvreté et contre la fragilité au sens large. Les fragilités d’un Etat se caractérisent par l’incapacité du gouvernement de garantir la sécurité des citoyens et d’assurer les services publics de base ainsi que par l’absence d’une relation constructive entre celui-ci et la population.

Plus de 40 pays du monde, dans lesquels vivent environ 1,5 milliard de personnes, sont affectés par des situations de fragilité ou touchés par la violence ou un conflit. D’ici 2030, plus de 80% des pauvres de la planète pourraient vivre dans les contextes fragiles si aucune action plus concertée n’est entreprise dès aujourd’hui.

La fragilité constitue une menace majeure pour la réalisation de l’Agenda 2030 pour le développement durable. Pour lutter contre, il importe de rendre compte de toutes les nuances de la fragilité et élaborer des approches différenciées selon les contextes, tenant compte de l’ensemble du spectre des problématiques, y compris celles qui s’avèrent délicates et sensibles.

Action menée dans les contextes fragiles

La Suisse intensifie ses efforts dans le but de prévenir et gérer les conséquences de crises, catastrophes et de la fragilité. Son objectif: allouer la moitié de son aide bilatérale aux contextes affectés par des conflits ou des fragilités.

Le travail de la DDC dans les contextes fragiles

L’action de la Suisse s’inscrit dans la promotion de sociétés pacifiques, justes et inclusives. Elle s’engage directement à ne laisser personne de côté (Leave no-one behind).

Caractéristiques des contextes fragiles

Les Etats et les régions fragiles se caractérisent par des institutions faibles, par une pauvreté élevée, par la violence, la corruption et l’arbitraire qui y règnent. Les fragilités se révèlent tant dans le contexte de développement et de transition que de crise humanitaire.

Promouvoir des sociétés pacifiques et inclusives

Focus sur l’ODD 16+ pour promouvoir des sociétés pacifiques, justes et inclusives en vue d'un développement durable et pour combattre les conflits.

Prévention des conflits et de toutes les formes de violences

La prévention des conflits violents a pour but d’éviter tout nouvel embrasement et d’empêcher la création de nouveaux foyers de violence. Elle ne consiste pas seulement à empêcher les crises mais également à en adresser les causes.

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Projets actuels

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Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS) Core Funding 2015-2017

01.01.2015 - 31.12.2017

As part of its recognition of the importance of reliable statistics for transparency and accountability, SDC is supporting through a core contribution the Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics (PCBS) to produce timely reliable statistic of good quality. Such data are necessary to enable the Palestinian Authority (PA), the civil society, legislative council, private sector and academics and also international actors  in particular the UN agencies, to plan and monitor  development processes, and to follow up implementation of the national strategies and National development Plan.


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Iamaneh program contribution East

01.01.2015 - 31.12.2016

The program of IAMANEH Switzerland addresses women and children in Western Africa and the Western Bal­kans in order to secure their access to quality primary health services, to grant safe motherhood and birth, to offer protection and safety from violence and health damaging practices and to allow informed choice with re­gard to family planning and prevention. Advocacy work contributes to the improvement of frame conditions for health and the securing of a sustainable health and social protection system in these regions.


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Solidar Suisse programme contribution East 2015 - 2016

01.01.2015 - 31.12.2016

Solidar Switzerland’s cooperation engagement contributes to poverty reduction and respect of human rights. It supports political and economical processes to improve equitable access to resources, labour and power in a globalised world. Special focus is to enhance the decent work agenda and to foster democratic structures. At the same time Solidar undertakes awareness raising and advocacy activities in Switzerland, in order to sensitise the Swiss public on development policy issues.


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Stiftung Kinderdorf Pestalozzi Programmbeitrag Ost 2015 - 2016

01.01.2015 - 31.12.2016

Die Realisierung der Rechte des Kindes auf Zugang zu relevanter, ganzheitlicher und qualitativ guter Bildung und die Förderung von interkulturellen Kompetenzen sind Voraussetzung für eine gerechte, friedliche und nachhaltige Entwicklung. Dies sind die übergeordneten Ziele der internationalen Programme der Stiftung Kinderdorf Pestalozzi. Bildung ist ein Recht und zugleich ein Mittel, um alle anderen Menschenrechte zu verwirklichen.


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Victim Assistance: Access to Rehabilitation and Linking Mine Action to Development – Multiyear Contribution to SFD Appeal 2015-2016

01.01.2015 - 31.12.2016

Switzerland supports activities aimed at banning anti-personnel mines and cluster munitions as well as to alleviating the humanitarian suffering and socio-economic consequences caused by mines and all types of explosive remnants of war. Mine action is of direct relevance for the implementation and the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDG), which serve as an important reference point for Switzerland.


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Terre des hommes Schweiz programme contribution South 2015 - 2016

01.01.2015 - 31.12.2016

Social participation of youth is an objective and at the same time a condition for sustainable development. Young people are often marginalized and lack economic and social perspectives. Youth unemployment worldwide has dramatically risen in the last years and youth, especially girls, are far more exposed to violence and HIV-Aids than adults. terre des hommes schweiz program empowers young people to identify and use opportunities of participation and to advocate within communities for their rights and interests.


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Brot für alle programme contribution South 2015 - 2016

01.01.2015 - 31.12.2016

Bread for all is the Development Service of the Protestant Churches in Switzerland. Bread for all empowers people in Asia, Latin America and Africa to free themselves from poverty and depen­dency and it motivates people in the North to commit to a fairer world. Bread for all is working in alliance with a network of Swiss NGOs implementing programs on four continents.


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UNMAS Support for Mine Action in Afghanistan 2014 - 2015

22.12.2014 - 31.12.2015

Afghanistan suffers more civilian casualties than Iraq, Colombia or Cambodia, recording an average of 39 casualties every month as a result of mines and Explosive Remnants of War. Almost three quarters of all accidents continue to affect children. The goal for mine/ERW risk education is to put in place a comprehen-sive and sustainable system to educate and raise awareness throughout people and communities nationwide regarding the residual mines/ERW threats, including sufficient information to recognize and report these items to the appropriate authorities.


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Improving access to services for Syrian refugees living in Mersin Province

15.12.2014 - 14.09.2015

Since the beginning of the crisis, Turkish authorities, with the support of the international community, have been providing comprehensive assistance to Syrians living in the camps. Assistance to those outside has been less comprehensive and more ad hoc. While the government has extended temporary protection to all Syrians in Turkey, allowing them in principle to access public services, the overall number of refugees has stretched national structures and capacities to the utmost. The government has to limit itself to focus on immediate material humanitarian needs, and is largely unable, on its own, to address issues of continuing services, including psycho-social support and integration as the refugee crisis becomes protracted. Beginning October 2014 IOM has therefore embarked on a partnership with a local NGO, the Syria Social Gathering (SSG), to facilitate Syrian refugee's access to services in Mersin province, contributing to their self-reliance and integration in Turkey. The framework for this partnership is SSG's multi-service centre that provides education, vocational training, psychosocial, legal and primary health services to Syrian refugees. IOM's partnership with SSG will strengthen the sustainability of SSG's multi-service centre in Mersin. At present, there are no other local or international organizations providing assistance to the Syrians living in Mersin. So the sustainability of SSG's activities in Mersin is paramount for Syrians in this province to have access to basic services and protection.


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Empowering Crisis Affected Communities in Southern Districts of KP

01.12.2014 - 29.02.2016

Since 2008 more than seven million people have been displaced due to conflict and natural disasters in Pakistan. This has put a significant strain on relevant government agencies and hosting communities. By developing a long term recovery strategy, this programme will improve the living conditions of the affected population by building the capability of the relevant government agencies and hosting communities and providing livelihood opportunities to the affected population.


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Protection and risk prevention for children and youth affected by armed conflict and/or forced recruitment, and improvement of livelihoods of targeted communities in Tierralta (Córdoba) and Buenaventura (Valle del Cauca)

01.12.2014 - 30.11.2016

The five decades running armed conflict in Colombia continues to cause humanitarian needs such as internal displacement, landmine contamination, access constraints, use and recruitment of children and youth, gender based violence, and gaps in the provision of protection to vulnerable groups, especially indigenous and Afro-Colombian communities. In addition, in rural and urban areas of the departments of Valle del Cauca and Córdoba, the access to safe water and sanitation services is limited, and communities face a deterioration of agricultural livelihoods, which increase the vulnerability of the population.


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SYR UNDP Livelihood Restoration

15.11.2014 - 31.08.2015

Humanitarian and livelihoods needs have increased twelve fold since the beginning of the crisis in Syria with 12.2 million people now in need of humanitarian assistance; all affected in their livelihoods and are experiencing deteriorating living conditions. The proposed project for the Restoration of Livelihoods of Syrian Affected population aims at strengthening the resilience of the crisis affected communities and people by ensuring (i) the restoration of livelihoods to stimulate local recovery and (ii) the rehabilitation of basic services and infrastructure while mainstreaming resilience-based planning into all activities ensuring a conflict sensitive programming focused on targeting the most vulnerable groups and the hard to reach areas.

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