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Swiss Development Assistance: statistics 2013

This publication consists of six tables providing an overview of public development assistance (Swiss Confederation, cantons, communes) and private grants (NGOs) from Switzerland in 2013, by recipient country and by organization. It also includes a list of the main projects by country. The appendix contains a list of Swiss private organizations active in development cooperation.





The Swiss Enlargement Contribution Interim report for the end of the commitment period in Bulgaria and Romania 2009–2014

The Swiss Enlargement Contribution Interim report for the end of the commitment period in Bulgaria and Romania 2009–2014



The operational guide for the marketing markets work for the poor (M4P) approach

A comprehensive new set of three documents on the Making Markets Work for the Poor (M4P ) approach is now available. They intend to consolidate existing implementation experience and improve the understanding and uptake of market development approaches to achieve employment and income for the poor. The three documents, commissioned by the UK Department for International Development and Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, are aimed at agency and government officials, consultants, researchers and practitioners.



Annual Report 2014 SDC / SECO - Swiss International Cooperation

Smallholder farmers, vocational education and innovation: The annual report of the SDC/SECO gives an overview of Switzerland's multifaceted international cooperation activities.



The SDC’s human rights programme in Honduras: Protecting the most vulnerable






Humanitarian Access in Situations of Armed Conflict

Rapid and unhindered access for humanitarian organisations to civilians in armed conflict zones is essential. However, it is often impeded or refused. In two publications Switzerland advocates improvements in this area: The Manual provides a summary of the relevant rules of international law; the Guidelines are designed for humanitarian practitioners concerned with the question of access.



Humanitarian Access in situations of armed conflict

Rapid and unhindered access for humanitarian organisations to civilians in armed conflict zones is essential. However, it is often impeded or refused. In two publications Switzerland advocates improvements in this area: The Manual provides a summary of the relevant rules of international law; the Guidelines are designed for humanitarian practitioners concerned with the question of access.


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