Projekte

Es folgt eine Übersicht der Themenbereiche und der Projekte der DEZA in Honduras. Ein factsheet von jedem Projekt befindet sich zuunterst auf der jeweiligen Projektseite unter dem Titel “Dokumente”.

Gouvernanz und Rechtsstaatlichkeit

  • Seguridad Ciudadana: Beitrag zur Polizeireform und lokalen Sicherheit
  • OACNUDH: Förderung des Rechtsstaates und der Menschenrechte
  • FDHAS: Förderung der zivilen, politischen und ökonomischen Rechte sowie von Sozial-Audits
  • Regional: Stärkung des interamerikanischen Systems für Menschenrechte (CIDH, Corte IDH, CEJIL
  • Regional: Gesellschaft, Kultur und historische Erinnerung

Wirtschaftliche Entwicklung

  • PROJOVEN: Stärkung des Berufsbildungssystems und Integration von Jugendlichen in den Arbeitsmarkt
  • PROCACAHO: Arbeit und Einkommen für Kakaoproduzenten
  • PRAWANKA: Förderung der Wertschöpfungsketten Kakao, Fischerei und Getreide in der Mosquitia
  • DEIT Sur: Förderung der Wertschöpfungsketten Cashewnüsse, Viezucht und Öko-Tourismus in der Region Golfo de Fonseca

Anpassung an den Klimawandel

  • Projekt ‘Nuestra Cuenca Goascarán’: Gemeinschaftsbasiertes Management von Wassereinzugsgebieten
  • Projekt ‘Gobernanza Hídrica Territorial’: Integrales und nachhaltiges Wassermanagement in den Einzugsgebieten der Flüsse Choluteca, Sampile und Nacaome

Transversal

Projekt EmPoderaT: Förderung von Dialog, Konflikttransformation und sozialer Kohäsion

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Citizen Security

01.09.2022 - 30.06.2024

The program supports the Security Ministry and the National Police of Honduras in professionalizing institutional processes with a focus on human rights and gender as well as on community policing. In the Gulf of Fonseca and La Mosquitia, the program consolidates local coordination mechanisms for violence prevention involving justice and security sector actors, local governments and civil society. During the exit phase, the aim is to institutionalize the achieved results.


Contribution to the country office of UN Human Rights in Honduras (United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights)

01.01.2022 - 30.06.2024

UN Human Rights has established itself as the principal point of reference for critically positioning human rights in the public and political agenda of Honduras. It will continue to strive to provide protection of individuals and communities whose rights are at risk or denied, while also working to further develop institutions, laws and policies that effectively protect human rights. This will contribute to rule of law and providing the necessary framework for equitable and sustainable development.


Territorial Inclusive Economic Development in the Mosquitia region, department of Gracias a Dios

01.08.2021 - 30.06.2024

The Honduran Mosquitia is one of the poorest and most conflict-ridden region in the country. With the program, Switzerland promotes income for the indigenous population, improves food security and thus contributes to reducing migration and improving regional stability. In cooperation with the private sector the program generates 1000 net new jobs, seeks to increment the income of 1700 families by 5% per year (USD 360/year in 2020), and promotes an increase in public investment in the territory by at least 10% per year. 


Territorial water governance in the Gulf of Fonseca Region - phase II

01.04.2021 - 30.06.2024

The Program facilitates the empowerment of the Watershed Councils of the Nacaome, Choluteca and Sampile rivers in the Gulf of Fonseca Region in terms of their leadership and sustainable and participatory management of the water governance system. This contributes to collaborative processes and investments in the frame of the formulation and implementation of watershed plans, indirectly benefiting 500,000 inhabitants.


Strengthening Systems to Combat Corruption and Impunity in Central America

01.12.2020 - 30.06.2024

The program contributes to the reduction of corruption and impunity in the Northern Triangle of Central America, strengthens the anticorruption investigative and criminal prosecution capacities of the specialized units of the Public Prosecutors and reinforces the political lobbying of civil society organizations to promote institutional reforms.


OHCHR - Strategic Partnership with the Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights

16.11.2020 - 31.12.2023

Promoting respect for human rights is a foreign policy goal and pillar of Swiss international cooperation, as the denial of human rights is one of the main factors of poverty. With a multi-year contribution to the Geneva-based Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, focussing on selected geographic and thematic priorities, SDC will support this organisation to better play its key role in integrating human rights in sustainable development.



FDHAS - Strengthening Social Audits and Economic, Political and Civil Rights

01.05.2020 - 30.04.2024

The program contributes to the functioning of the Rule of Law by strengthening five civil society organizations and the United Nations Development Program that jointly fortify the social movements and organizations in the regions of the Gulf of Fonseca and the Muskitia, carrying out actions in favor of human rights, transparency and the fight against corruption, diminishing the high levels of polarization in the society. 


Grassroots women building resilience and peace in Central America.

01.10.2019 - 30.09.2023

The project enables two thousand grassroots women and their families to implement effective climate adaptation practices and strengthen their voice and leadership to influence related public plans and policies. The exchange of good local practices will be fostered among women in the region, thus increasing their resilience to climate change and variability.




Cocoa value chain

Cocoa Chain Value Family

01.01.2018 - 30.06.2024

Actors in the Central American cocoa value chain improve their productivity, establish public-private alliances, respect economic, social and cultural rights, and reduce their environmental impact. Thanks to the program 4,500 producer families will increase their net annual income by at least 10%, while 4,000 young adults and 2,000 women gain access to sustainable jobs. This will boost the local economy in the poor and peripheral areas in which cocoa is grown.  

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