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Kapazitätsaufbau in serbischen Gemeinden

Rund 50 Parlamentarierinnen und Parlamentarier im Plenum.

01.01.2018 - 31.12.2021

Die Schweiz unterstützt die serbische Regierung bei der Reform der lokalen Verwaltungen (Public Administration Reform). Diese sollen effizienter, bürgernäher und für den Privatsektor vermehrt geöffnet werden. Das Projekt SwissPRO unterstützt 99 Gemeinden (zwei Drittel aller Gemeinden des Landes), bei der Verbesserung der Gouvernanz, der sozialen Inklusion und der Förderung der Gleichstellung der Geschlechter.

Land/Region Periode Budget
Serbien

01.01.2018 - 31.12.2021


CHF 7'000'000



Von der Ausbildung zur Beschäftigung (E2E)

Ein Mädchen steuert Maschinen mit einem Computer.

01.04.2015 - 31.12.2019

Serbien steht mitten im Verhandlungsprozess über den Beitritt zur Europäischen Union. Um die für EU-Mitgliedländer geltenden Anforderungen zu erfüllen, muss sich das Land reformieren. Die Jugendarbeitslosigkeit, die bei 51% liegt, stellt ein prioritäres Anliegen der serbischen Regierung dar. Im Rahmen der Reform des Berufsbildungssystems möchte sich Serbien auf die Erfolgsfaktoren des dualen Bildungssystems in der Schweiz stützen. Die Schweiz wurde ersucht, diese wichtige Reform zu begleiten.

Land/Region Thema Periode Budget
Serbien
Wirtschaft und Beschäftigung
Berufsbildung und Fertigkeitentraining
Förderung des Arbeitsmarkts
BILDUNG
OTHER SOCIAL INFRASTRUCTURE AND SERVICES
Berufsbildung / Fertigkeitentraining
Politik und Verwaltung im Beschäftigungsbereich

01.04.2015 - 31.12.2019


CHF 8'010'000



Soziale Integration von Roma-Kindern beginnt in der Schule

Eine Gruppe Roma-Kinder beim Basteln in der Schule.

15.06.2013 - 31.12.2018

In Serbien wie auch in anderen Ländern Osteuropas haben nicht alle Kinder die Möglichkeit, eine Schule zu besuchen. Die DEZA setzt sich in Serbien seit 2004 dafür ein, dass Roma-Kinder und Kinder mit Behinderungen besser in Vor- und Primarschulen integriert werden. Je früher die Ausgrenzung besonders benachteiligter Menschen bekämpft wird, desto grösser sind später ihre Chancen, sich in die Gesellschaft zu integrieren.

Land/Region Periode Budget
Serbien

15.06.2013 - 31.12.2018


CHF 8'460'000



Policy advice for efficient VET reform in Serbia

01.01.2019 - 31.12.2021

Through this policy support to the Serbian Ministry of Education, governance mechanism of the new VET law will be put in place in a transparent and inclusive manner. State capacities will be able to evaluate the VET system. By increasing the outreach, the new system will be more need-based and available to all. All this will contribute to increased employment options for VET graduates. Partners are the Center for Education Policy (Serbian NGO) and the Swiss KOF.


Institutional Support to Standing Conference of Towns and Municipalities

01.10.2018 - 30.09.2022

SDC is providing an institutional contribution to the Standing Conference of Towns and Municipalities (SCTM) to lead policy dialogue, advocacy and represent interests of local governments (LGs) before the central government in policy and law making. SCTM will promote decentralisation in Serbia together with the Ministry of Public Administration and Local Self Government, and support its member LGs to implement adopted laws and pursue reforms, ultimately bringing benefits to all citizens, men and women, in all sectors governed by LG.


Support to strengthening Social Inclusion in Serbia

01.01.2018 - 31.12.2021

The programme is a contribution to improve the design, coordination and implementation of social inclusion policies of the Government of Serbia within the mandate of the Social Inclusion and Poverty Reduction Unit (SIPRU), which is affiliated to the Deputy Prime Minister’s Office. The quality and the capacities for implementation of the required social reforms, in the Europan integration process, will be improved and state institutions at national and local level will be able to better respond to the needs of vulnerable citizens.


Private Sector Development in South-West Serbia

01.06.2017 - 31.05.2022

The Private Sector Development (PSD) South-West Serbia Programme supports the development of more inclusive, equitable and non-discriminatory market systems, through interventions in the sectors of traditional products (raspberry and honey) and tourism. This will provide rural population and specifically young people and women, access to employment and income opportunities, as well as improved access to finance, social benefits and know-how.


Municipal Economic Development in Eastern Serbia

01.05.2017 - 30.04.2021

The Project will scale up successful experience of property tax collection to 1/3 of Serbian municipalities. The municipalities will be able to increase own revenue and use it to fund services and communal intrastructures for citizens and businesses. lmproved taxation will also lead to a better interaction between citizens and local governments on investment priorities. Policy dialogue will work on simplifying local government tax laws and making them fairer and more transparent.


Social lnclusion and lmprovement of Living Conditions for Roma and other Vulnerable Groups in Serbia

01.12.2016 - 31.12.2018

This project, being a part of the broad HEKS-EHO program, defines an innovative approach to tackle access to quality education and improving of housing conditions of Roma. Through the dweller driven housing model, the project is upgrading the substandard Roma settlements, providing better living conditions for Roma. By institutionalisation of Roma teacher‘s assistants in education, it assists in enrollment and higher attainment of Roma pupils and skills increase of Roma adults, contributing to a more sustainable integration of Roma.


Strengthening Oversight Function and Transparency of the Parliament

01.11.2015 - 31.10.2019

To benefit Citizens whom they represent, parliamentarians have an important stake in law making including accurate consultation mechanisms. Equally important is their oversight function over the executive's expenditures. Also, the representation of Citizens as per their political power and regional affiliation reflects important features of an effective parliament. The intervention will address identified shortcomings both in the National Assembly as well as in local assemblies of Serbia, thus enhancing their democratic legitimation.


Private Sector Development South Serbia

01.10.2014 - 30.09.2018

The Private Sector Development South Serbia Programme will contribute to increased income and employment opportunities for the population, especially young people and women, of 90 (out of 167) Serbian municipalities. This will be mainly achieved by reorienting training and skills development to the demand of the private sector and promoting efficient and functional cooperation among relevant actors of the Furniture/wood and Horticulture sectors.


Resources for Local Democracy

01.09.2014 - 31.10.2019

At the request of the Serbian Government, SDC will support three reforms on Serbia’s path towards European integration: 1) the enforcement of a municipal finance law that awards good performance of local governments and ensures the necessary resources for democratic decisions; 2) the development of regional development policies for reducing regional disparities, including mechanisms for disaster risk prevention; and 3) high quality municipal audits aiming to achieve a rational use of public resources.

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