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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Joint Peace Fund

01.01.2023 - 31.12.2027

After 60 years of conflict, the government and 8 Ethnic Armed Groups have signed a National Ceasefire Agreement (NCA) in October 2015, opening up a unique opportunity to find lasting peace. The Joint Peace Fund is a multi-donor fund set up to channel coordinated international support for such efforts, including the implementation of the NCA and following political dialogue of the peace process, a requirement for development especially in border areas.


Support to Dealing with the Past Roadmap implementation in Nepal

01.04.2022 - 31.03.2026

Switzerland contributes to peace and stability in Nepal by addressing the root causes of the conflict. A Dealing with Past Roadmap ensures that actors and institutions fulfill their responsibilities towards the four pillars of Transitional Justice- truth, justice, reparations and non-recurrence. The conflict victims will participate in the process and benefit from the delivery of needed services within the federal state structure.


Partnership Fund for a Resilient Ukraine

01.02.2022 - 31.03.2024

With a contribution to the Partnership Fund for a Resilient Ukraine (PFRU), Switzerland aims at strengthening communities and at enhancing government legitimacy in Eastern Ukraine through improved services, economic recovery and empowered civil society. The PFRU is an innovative multi-donor financing tool which focuses on supporting the implementation of reforms in the conflict-affected areas of the country through an integrated approach (humanitarian-development-peace nexus). The PFRU unites five development partners (UK, US, Canada, Sweden, Switzerland) and it is co-owned by the Government of Ukraine.


Contribution to the country office of UN Human Rights in Honduras (United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights)

01.01.2022 - 30.06.2024

UN Human Rights has established itself as the principal point of reference for critically positioning human rights in the public and political agenda of Honduras. It will continue to strive to provide protection of individuals and communities whose rights are at risk or denied, while also working to further develop institutions, laws and policies that effectively protect human rights. This will contribute to rule of law and providing the necessary framework for equitable and sustainable development.


Enhanced resilience of viticulture in Abkhazia

01.12.2021 - 30.11.2026

A vast area in Abkhazia was contaminated by the explosion of an ammunition warehouse in 2017. Clearance efforts supported by international experts are about to be completed, enabling the restoration of the land for agricultural purposes. Endemic grape varieties will be reintroduced fostering biodiversity and resistance to disease. Growers’ resilience to climatic and economic shocks will be enhanced by setting a sector association and training in advanced agricultural practices.


Enabling development through landmine clearance in the Sengwe Wildlife Corridor

01.11.2021 - 31.10.2023

Switzerland will contribute to achieve Zimbabwe’s 2025 landmine-free deadline by supporting a demining operation in the Sengwe Wildlife Corridor. The project implemented by APOPO seeks to return 84% of the remaining suspected contaminated area to local communities which will be used for agricultural development, ecotourism, and conservation, as well as to provide mine risk education so that food security is enhanced, general wellbeing is improved, and accidents are avoided.


Trans-Border Dialogue for Peace in the Great Lakes Region

01.09.2021 - 31.08.2026

Jointly with the European Union, Switzerland supports a trans-border dialogue for peace in the Great Lakes Region, a program run by Interpeace with local NGOs. This third phase will focus on young women and young men as key drivers for peace and stability in the region and expand its activities to Uganda to further tackle the regionality of conflicts in the region. This will contribute to a better promotion of peace, good governance and concrete consensus-based solutions, in the region. 


Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies (SDG 16), Phase 3 (Contribution 21 – 23) Formerly: Pathfinders for Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies

01.05.2021 - 31.12.2023

Switzerland has a strategic interest in shaping the global dialogue on development and peace. The Agenda 2030’s Sustainable Development Goal 16 (SDG16) on “Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies” provides a unique opportunity. This is why Switzerland is contributing to three initiatives advocating complementarily at the global and national levels, increasing poltical engagement and financial means to advance reforms and good governance, while leaving no one behind.   


Intelligence and Security Sector Reform

01.04.2021 - 31.03.2026

At the core of this project is to improve the accountability of the state and enhance the division of the executive, legislative and judiciary powers in line with the democratic governance priorities of the Swiss Cooperation Programme in North Macedonia. It focuses on supporting the intelligence and security sector actors to become more transparent and accountable towards parliament, the judiciary and citizens at large, through new and improved existing legal framework, enhanced policy-making and capacity building.


Projet terminé

UNDP – Core Contribution 2021

01.01.2021 - 31.12.2021

UNDP is the leading UN organisation working on poverty eradication, governance, rule of law and conflict prevention. It also provides coordination and back office services to the UN Resident Coordinator System. Switzerland supports UNDP because it is its most important partner in the UN Development System to work on poverty eradication, sustainable development, good governance and conflict prevention. 


Pathfinders for Peaceful, Just and Inclusive Societies (Sustainable Develoment Goal 16+)

01.01.2021 - 31.12.2030

The promotion of peaceful, just and inclusive societies (SDG16) is integral to the success of the Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development. In order to accelerate its implementation, a group of UN Member States are coming together to leveraging intersections within the Agenda (16+) and to accelerate national and international implementation, while building a movement of the willing around three grand challenges. Switzerland is a co-convener, a member and a donor to this initiative.


Skills for Local Economic Development SLED

01.01.2021 - 31.12.2030

Switzerland will explore opportunities for supporting local economic development through vocational skills development in predominantly rural areas in Southern Shan. A focus on market-oriented skills opportunities accessible to young women and men, especially from vulnerable groups will be identified that open life-long learning opportunities to improve livelihood options and support peace building and security in conflict-affected areas.

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