PROSEDER, Promotion of Microinsurance for agricultural production

Proyecto terminado

The Rural Economic Development Services Program (PROSEDER) is the consolidation, under a programmatic approach, of two SDC projects implemented in Bolivia: PROFIN and FOMEN.  During the coming phase, PROSEDER will operate with the following objectives: 1. At micro level, to contribute to the decrease in poverty of at least 12’000 rural producer households (about 50'000 people, including family members) by increasing their income (30%) and improving self-employment (80% of producers will improve their production processes). Here, SDC will leverage between 30 to 250% of its investment. 2. At meso level, to support participatory Local Economic Development processes (12 public-private and community coordination platforms will have the capacity to promote the production and marketing of agricultural products, in a participatory and transparent manner). Thus, benefiting indirectly the rural population of six departments and thereby achieving improvements in governance processes from municipal to departmental levels. SDC will leverage here up to 400% the amount invested. 3. At the macro level, policies and standards for a better territorial development will be supported.

Región/País Tema Período Presupuesto
Bolivia
Agricultura y seguridad alimentaria
Empleo y desarrollo económico
Política agrícola
Financial policy
Desarrollo de pequeñas y medianas empresas
Apoyo a las cadenas de valor agrícolas (til 2016)
Informal banking & insurance
01.08.2010 - 31.10.2015
CHF 10'000'000
Dirección / Officina Federal responsable COSUDE
Crédito Cooperación al desarrollo
Contrapartes del proyecto Contraparte del contrato
Organización no gubernamental internacional o extranjera
Organización suiza sin fines de lucro
  • SDC Field Office
  • Swisscontact


Presupuesto Fase en curso Presupuesto suizo CHF   10'000'000 Presupuesto actual suizo ya emitido CHF   7'402'391
Fases del proyecto Fase 2 01.11.2012 - 31.12.2019   (Fase en curso)

Fase 1 01.08.2010 - 31.10.2015   (Completed)