La santé – Facteur essentiel de développement

L'action de la DDC dans le domaine de la santé

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L’action de la DDC dans le domaine de la santé porte sur trois thèmes: le renforcement des systèmes de santé, la lutte contre les maladies transmissibles et non transmissibles et l’amélioration de la santé sexuelle, reproductive, maternelle, néonatale et infantile. La DDC intervient dans des pays à faible et moyen revenus, dans des contextes stables ou fragiles, ainsi que dans des économies en transition.

Renforcement des systèmes de santé

Assurer la qualité des infrastructures, des équipements, des médicaments et des technologies médicales; promouvoir l’accès aux soins, le financement de la santé, la gouvernance et la gestion du secteur; assurer la formation et le suivi des professionnels de santé.

Santé sexuelle et reproductive

Améliorer la santé des mères, des nouveaux nés et des enfants; promouvoir la santé sexuelle et reproductive ainsi que les droits de l’homme relatifs à ces domaines.

Maladies

Mise en place de stratégies de promotion de la santé, de prévention et de diagnostic et traitement des maladies non transmissibles; soutenir la prévention, le traitement, la recherche de nouveaux médicaments et d’outils diagnostics contre les maladies tropicales négligées, le paludisme, la tuberculose, le sida, les diarrhées et les infections respiratoires aiguës.

Documents

Projets actuels

Objet 145 – 156 de 158

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.


Gestion efficace et prévention des maladies non transmissibles

Une doctoresse ausculte une patiente.

01.01.2017 - 30.06.2022

Selon l’Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS), les maladies non transmissibles (MNT) représentent la première cause de mortalité à l’échelle mondiale. En moyenne internationale, 60% des décès sont liés aux MNT.  Dans les pays à faibles et moyens revenus, ce taux est souvent beaucoup plus élevé. C’est le cas au Kirghizistan où les maladies cardiovasculaires, le cancer et le diabète sont responsables de 80% des décès.

Pays/région Thème Période Budget
Kirghizistan
Santé
No Theme defined
Système de santé primaire
Renforcement des systèmes de santé

01.01.2017 - 30.06.2022


CHF  4’960’000



Medicines for Malaria Venture (MMV)

01.01.2017 - 31.12.2021

To contest the increasing problem of drug resistance and to accelerate malaria elimination, new drugs against malaria are needed. The Geneva-based Medicines for Malaria Venture (MMV) drives the discovery, development and implementation of new antimalarial drugs. Working with pharmaceutical, academic and affected country partners, MMV reduces costs and ensures affordable and equitable access to quality medicines by vulnerable groups at risk of malaria, in particular children and pregnant women.


TUR CONCERN Capacity Strengthening of local NGOs for Effective Refugee Response in Turkey

01.12.2016 - 31.01.2018

Civil Society (CS) in Turkey only recently has developed a humanitarian focus. INGOs, donors and the UN rely on a few natinal NGOs to compleent the governmental refugee respone, which is increasingly strained as the Sate is undergoing a severe crisis. Humanitarian CS initiatives have also emerged at local and provincial level, but there institutional and operational capacities are still weak. This project will stregthen the capacities of 10 local NGOs to conduct refugee assistance. 


RDC, Alliance Globale du Vaccin (GAVI): Approvisionnement en médicaments

01.12.2016 - 31.12.2022

La contribution ciblée à GAVI présentée dans cette proposition de crédit est la mise en pratique de la stratégie de coopération : elle vise non seulement l’appui stratégique et vital du circuit des médicaments et vaccins en RDC, en particulier au Sud-Kivu, mais convole aussi l’agenda du programme global Santé, du travail diplomatique de la représentation Suisse à Kinshasa et du programme de la coopération Sud.


Support to Village Councils in the West Bank with a focus on Area C

01.11.2016 - 31.12.2021

SDC will support local government units to improve the delivery of basic services in marginalized rural areas of the West Bank with a focus on Area C. This intervention is consistent with the State-building agenda which forms the basis for SDC development programme in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt), the promotion of human rights/international humanitarian law and the alleviation of poverty. It is aligned to the Palestinian Authority’s policy framework for Area C. Its operating modalities are harmonized with like-minded donors in the local governance sector.


Protection of Orphans and Vulnerable children in Zimbabwe

01.07.2016 - 31.12.2022

The project aims at consolidating social protection in Zimbabwe in order to reduce widespread household poverty, provide basic needs, care and support to the most vulnerable children, especially those affected and infected by HIV/AIDS. In the context of continued political instability and economic collapse in Zimbabwe, SDC will continue to engage through the multi-donor trust fund “Child Protection Fund” managed by UNICEF.


Integrating Sexual and Reproductive Health Services in Bosaso.

01.05.2016 - 31.12.2021

The programme through a contribution to Médecins du Monde-France aims at improving access to sexual and reproductive health (SRH) services for the population of Bosaso (Puntland, Somalia). This will be done through progressively integrating the SRH into existing primary health care services offered in health facilities. Regional health authorities as well as local health providers are closely involved in the intervention to not only ensure that services are culturally responsive but also that they become an integral part of the health system.


Contribution to Confidence Building Measures Program in Transnistria – Promoting Confidence in the Health Sector

01.03.2016 - 31.12.2021

Population living in Transnistria has limited access to quality maternal and child health care. The vaccination coverage rate is declining and the number of premature and underweight newborns is increasing. The project aims to approximate maternal and child health care in Transnistria to international standards, as well as to improve the access to and quality of maternal and child health services at secondary and primary level. A special focus is put on nutrition and immunization. The project offers good opportunities for building trust across borders through common trainings of professionals and concerted efforts on immunization.


Zimbabwe Reconstruction Fund (ZimRef)

01.12.2015 - 31.12.2021

The Zimbabwe Reconstruction Fund is a multi-donor trust fund that supports the Government of Zimbabwe in its reconstruction and development efforts in particular by strengthening the Zimbabwean public finance management and accountability system for improved service delivery, including in the health sector. The fund, with its management mechanism, is currently a key instrument of dialogue and experience sharing between the donors and the Government of Zimbabwe.


Performance-based Health Basket Fund

Zuena Hussein Ismail with her baby attended by a health worker at Makole Health Centre in Dodoma.

01.11.2015 - 31.12.2021

With its contribution to the health basket fund Switzerland supports the Government of Tanzania, in particular local governments, to accelerate equitable access to health services by women, children and isolated rural populations. Switzerland, as chair of the health development partners group, will lever the Fund resources through policy dialogue to create an innovative financing modality to ensure the utilization of all Tanzanians of quality health services.


Swiss Programme for Research on Global Issues for Development (Theme 5: Public Health)

01.06.2014 - 31.12.2023

Weak health systems have a number of commonalities: Insufficient and erratic funding, inefficient management, poor governance and lack of social accountability. How can health systems be strengthened and sustainable financing mechanisms be created for the benefits of poor people in developing countries? The thematic module public health of the SDC’s and SNSF’s joint r4d Programme (Swiss Programme for Research on Global Issues for Development) will promote research on the service provision systems and financing mechanisms in the public health sector.

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