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.


Projets actuels

Objet 1 – 12 de 1276

Research for action

01.01.2027 - 31.12.2030

The 2017 Joint Monitoring Report, published in July, states that serious efforts have been made since the Millennium Development Goals to improve access to safe water and sanitation around the world. However, disparities remain, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa and for the rural poor, more drastic for sanitation. This project aims to reduce this gap, by supporting applied research, transformative innovations, capacity development and networking, which will answer to the needs and requirements of the targeted population.

Nurturing Active and Responsible Citiziens

01.01.2027 - 31.12.2030

Molodova's democracy is still young and fragile. The population is disinclined to participate in decision-making, to practice democrtatic values and to demand their rights. Schools have an important role in educating active and responsive citizens, but are not well prepared for it. By improving democratic school governance and introducing practical civic education, Switzerland will support Moldova in raising civic consciousness of chlidren and adolescents, and engaging them in ther communities.

Global Water Security and Sanitation Partnership to achieve a water-secure world for all

01.07.2026 - 31.12.2030

The Global Water Security and Sanitation Partnership (GWSP) of the World Bank Water Global Practice is a global partnership with the objective to address the water and sanitation challenge in an integrated manner, as set out by the Global Sustainable Development Goal 6. This SDC support will promote innovative global knowledge production and exchange, dialogue and partnerships, as well as country-level support across regions at global scale.

UN-Water: Strengthening the Global Water Architecture for the effective achievement of the 2030 Agenda

01.01.2026 - 31.12.2030

UN-Water has now firmly established itself as a major actor in water and in coordinating UN agencies to speak as one voice for water. SDC’s support to UN-Water’s core budget is crucial to ensure that the political ambition of the 2030 Agenda for water and its related targets has an efficient institutional setting allowing an integrated monitoring and an efficient follow-up and review and strong coordination between UN agencies. UN-Water will be key to bring a more effective, integrated and coordinated approach to support the implementation of the 2030 Agenda with regards to water and sanitation and to review progress.

Economic Policy for Inclusive Growth

01.01.2026 - 31.12.2029

The planned intervention aims at supporting inclusive growth that improves the living standards for the Mozambicans, in particular women and youth. It will be pursued through increased analytical capacity and better informed policy making, by means of focussed support to economic analysis and discussion in and between government and non-government institutions. Emphasis on non-government institutions will enhance the demand for and accountability for effective policy making for inclusive growth

Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN) – “Making markets work to improve the consumption of nutritious and healthy food”

01.01.2026 - 31.12.2026

Poor-quality diets have become the number-one risk factor for ill health. The quality of people’s diets depends on food systems which shape the demand, availability, affordability, and desirability of safe, nutritious foods. By supporting the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition (GAIN), a Swiss foundation, SDC aims at enabling small and medium size businesses in low- and middle-income countries to become accountable producers of safe nutritious products for all - women, children and vulnerable people alike. It will leverage the Swiss experience in collaboration between public and private actors.

Global Measurement of Diet Quality

01.01.2025 - 31.12.2025

Diets are the number one risk factor in the global burden of disease and multiple forms of malnutrition co-exist with overweight and obesity being the fastest growing form, particularly among poor populations in developing countries. Routinely collected information on Diet Quality is necessary to better understand dietary trends, help to create awareness, and inform policies to improve diets and health outcomes. Therefore, SDC supports an international initiative to develop diet quality measurements.

UN Joint Programme on Youth Employment

01.01.2025 - 31.12.2028

Cambodia is the most youthful country in South East Asia with more than 50% of the population below 25 years. The key challenge of Cambodia is to create decent and productive employment opportunities for new entrants to the labour market. With its contribution, SDC addresses the challenge by enabling young people to have access to skills and quality education and employment whilst promoting rightful and decent working conditions.

Program contribution to OHCHR for promotion and protection of human rights in the oPt

01.01.2025 - 31.12.2029

Switzerland supports the office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt) to contribute to the effective realization of adherence to human rights and international humanitarian law in the oPt and to influence the behaviour of the relevant duty bearers. OHCHR has an exceptional role both in the humanitarian and development spheres in the oPt’s complex context of multiple duty bearers and harsh political and humanitarian realities.

Horn of Africa: One Health Units for Humans, Environment, Animals and Livelihoods

01.09.2024 - 30.06.2032

The project aims at improving the well-being of targeted pastoral communities challenged with inadequate access to basic health/veterinary services and environmental conditions in Somalia, Ethiopia and Northern Kenya through integrated health service delivery for both pastoralists and their livestock. The project will contribute to stability and vulnerability’s reduction of citizens in the region, thereby reducing their displacement/migration which is in the interest of Switzerland and the international community.

Solar Irrigation for Agriculture Resilience (SoLAR)

01.07.2024 - 31.07.2027

To adapt to climate change farmers rely increasingly on irrigation, ultimately depleting groundwater resources and raising energy demand. The project aims to address these challenges by promoting solar irrigation, water efficient agriculture and groundwater governance. The project will harness Swiss expertise on hydrogeology and technical innovations to contribute to climate resilient agriculture and facilitate knowledge sharing in South Asia and at the global level.

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

01.01.2024 - 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.

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