Un enfoque centrado en las causas de la fragilidad y de la resiliencia

Suiza ha aumentado sustancialmente su apoyo a las regiones frágiles y afectadas por conflictos. El mensaje de la cooperación internacional para el período 2017-2020, aprobado por el Parlamento, aumentó en un 50% la ayuda bilateral dedicada a esos países.

Los fondos se destinan a la lucha contra las causas de los conflictos, al fortalecimiento de la sociedad civil, al fomento del respeto de los derechos humanos y a la promoción de una gobernanza responsable, a nivel nacional y local.

La COSUDE está activa en varios países y regiones que sufren conflictos latentes o abiertos, y donde una o varias dimensiones de la fragilidad se muestran marcadamente afectadas, especialmente en Afganistán, África del Norte, Burundi, el Cuerno de África, Haití, Malí, Myanmar y Nepal.

Nuevas formas en la cooperación al desarrollo

En 2015, los Estados miembros de las Naciones Unidas aprobaron la Agenda 2030 para el desarrollo sostenible. El Objetivo de Desarrollo Sostenible 16 establece un vínculo directo entre el desarrollo sostenible y las sociedades pacíficas e inclusivas dotadas de instituciones fuertes. Ese objetivo establece la paz como un elemento de desarrollo legítimo y, por lo tanto, encarna el compromiso internacional asumido en Busan, en 2011, con un «Nuevo acuerdo para el compromiso en Estados frágiles».

Las consideraciones humanitarias, el desarrollo sostenible y la mejora de la seguridad mundial son objetivos que requieren esfuerzos especiales en contextos frágiles, a pesar del incremento de los riesgos que estos implican. Esos esfuerzos forman parte del marco general de las grandes agendas internacionales por una paz sostenible, por la humanidad o por los derechos humanos. Finalmente, esos esfuerzos reconocen la necesidad de adaptar cualquier intervención a su contexto, reconociendo toda su complejidad.

Combatir la fragilidad permite llegar hasta quienes corren mayor riesgo de quedar atrás

Las comunidades con mayor riesgo son las que padecen conflictos armados crónicos u otras formas de violencia, falta de acceso a la justicia, corrupción desenfrenada, violaciones de los derechos humanos, o que están en manos de instituciones no inclusivas y que no rinden cuentas.

Los países en situación de fragilidad se encuentran entre los que alcanzaron menos éxito en la consecución de los Objetivos de Desarrollo del Milenio (ODM) para 2015. Corren el riesgo de quedar de nuevo atrás en la consecución de los Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenible (ODS) para 2030. Por ello, combatir las diferentes formas de fragilidad contribuye directamente a llegar a las poblaciones que quedaron atrás, especialmente a las más vulnerables.


Proyectos actuales

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Research for action

01.08.2022 - 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.

Working for Health (W4H)

01.07.2022 - 30.06.2027

More health workers with the right skills are needed to achieve the SDGs, particularly in low income countries. Switzerland contributes to a joint WHO, ILO and OECD program providing catalytic support to governments, social partners and other key stakeholders to develop, finance and implement national health workforce strategies and investment plans. This will improve the supply and employment of health workers, maximise their performance, create decent jobs and accelerate progress towards UHC.   

Soutien au Dispositif National de Sécurité Alimentaire -PRESA-

01.07.2022 - 31.12.2025

Malgré l’excédent céréalier enregistré durant ces deux dernières décennies, l’insécurité alimentaire touche près du ¼ de la population du Mali. La DDC veut renforcer les capacités institutionnelles et organisationnelles du dispositif national de sécurité alimentaire en vue d’améliorer la prévention et la gestion des crises conjoncturelles et accroître la résilience des populations vulnérables à l’insécurité alimentaire et nutritionnelle.

Economic Policy for Inclusive Growth

01.06.2022 - 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”

01.06.2022 - 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.

«Bai Alai» Small Business and Income Creation in Alai and Chon-Alai

01.06.2022 - 31.05.2024

Alai and Chon Alai are two of the poorest regions in Kyrgyzstan. The project aims at increasing economic inclusion of producing households through increased income and employment, with the focus on women and youth. During this exit phase (III) the project capitalizes and disseminates good practices in apiculture and cattle, and continues activities handicraft and tourism value chains, until phasing out in May 2024.

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.

Empowering Municipal Councils

01.04.2022 - 31.03.2027

Municipal Councils have, according to the legislation, a very important role to play in local governance. However, councillors often lack the necessary knowledge to fulfil their responsibilities. Through the project, capacities of councillors will be enhanced, citizen participation in decision making promoted and legal framework adjusted, enabling councillors to fulfil their role and to become more independent from the executive branch.

Safe Drinking Water and Sanitation Management

01.03.2022 - 28.02.2026

The project will allow people to use safe and affordable drinking water as well as equitable sanitation and hygiene thereby progressing towards the achievement of Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 6 in Tajikistan. An integrated planning approach supports the building of the local and national capacities and strengthen the policy frameworks to enable sustainable Water Sanitation and Hygiene WASH services to the population of Eastern Khatlon and Gorno-Badakshan Autonomous Oblast (GBAO).

Fair and ethical recruitment of migrant workers

01.02.2022 - 31.12.2024

Approximately 105 million people are currently working outside their country of origin. Many of these migrant workers have profited from international labour recruitment intermediaries. Millions, however, have become victims of abusive and exploitative practices by unethical recruiters. Working together with different actors, SDC will support initiatives to ensure fair and ethical recruitment. Migrants and their families will be better protected and thereby better enabled to contribute to the development of their countries of origin and destination.

FfD Financing for Development 2022-2024

01.02.2022 - 31.12.2024

The United Nations (UN) estimate the financing gap for the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at $2.5 trillion per year with an additional shortfall for 2020 of $1.7 trillion due to Covid-19. Financing for Development (FfD) is therefore a core issue for the UN. This credit proposal contributes to make the intergovernmental process of FfD more evidence-based, inclusive and participatory, with a focus on Switzerland’s priority themes: private sector engagement and multi-stakeholder partnerships.

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