Governance as transversal theme will enhance an equitable, responsible and accountable allocation and use of public resources in agriculture/food security and HIV/AIDS. Other principles as transparency, participation, non-discrimination and rule of law will be considered. SDC will facilitate mechanisms and support specific initiatives to strengthen domain governance through the oversight and claim making roles of parliaments and civil society including farmers’ organizations at regional level and in selected countries in both domains of interventions.
Advocacy and Good Governance
Engagement in Zimbabwe
In accordance with the humanitarian mandate (protection, IDPs, cholera) and development objectives (health system, state building, etc.) and depending on the political context evolution Zimbabwe’s transition process will further be supported and increased. Development cooperation will be reinforced with a medium perspective, whereas Humanitarian Aid will gradually be reduced to the extent possible. SDC will continue its engagement in agriculture/food security and HIV/AIDS.
The objective of governance is to create an environment that strengthens rule of law and human rights, gender equality, appropriate distribution of power and macro-economic stability. Governance is a strategic objective of SDC development cooperation.