Sviluppo del settore privato e servizi finanziari

Lo settore privato ha un ruolo chiave nei Paesi in transizione. © DSC/Suzanne Linder

Disoccupazione e sottoccupazione sono annoverati come in passato tra i problemi di sviluppo più gravosi esistenti nei paesi partner della DSC. La povertà a livello globale può essere ridotta in maniera duratura e gli Obiettivi del Millennio per lo sviluppo realizzati soltanto se un numero maggiore di persone avranno accesso a un’occupazione produttiva e adeguatamente rimunerata, e dunque accesso al reddito.

La DSC punta sugli approcci e metodi che promuovono una crescita economica socialmente ed ecologicamente sostenibile e alla quale possano partecipare in particolare anche gli strati poveri e svantaggiati della popolazione – sia quali lavoratori, produttori o consumatori.

Sviluppo del settore privato

Al settore privato spetta un ruolo chiave quale motore della crescita economica nei Paesi in sviluppo e in transizione.

Impiego dei giovani

La formazione professionale dei giovani va adattata alle esigenze del mercato del lavoro e deve proporre offerte mirate.

Sviluppo del settore finanzario

Attraverso la promozione dell’accesso ai servizi finanziari da parte di economie domestiche povere, contadini e piccole e medie imprese, può essere migliorata la loro partecipazione alla vita economica e diminuita la loro vulnerabilità.

Progetti attuali

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Vocational Skills Development in Macedonia

01.09.2016 - 28.02.2022

Macedonia has one of the highest unemployment rates in Europe (25%), especially among youth (48%). One of the key factors for youth unemployment is that the education and training system does not provide skills needed by the economy. The Vocational Skills Development project aims to address youth unemployment through supporting market relevant skills development by strengthening the engagement of the private sector (e.g. through systematised internships), thus increasing the employability of vocational training graduates.


Decentralized Rural Infrastructure and Livelihood Project (DRILP) – Phase III

01.01.2016 - 31.12.2019

DRILP Phase 3 will support the Government of Nepal to accelerate recovery and reconstruction following the devastating earthquake of 25 April 2015 and the major aftershock of 12 May 2015. The project will provide the Technical Assistance (TA) to implement the Asian Development Bank (ADB) financed Earthquake Emergency Assistance Project in rebuilding 450 kms of damaged roads in 12 districts[1] of Nepal and rehabilitate 200 kms of trails in two[2] districts.

[1] The 12 earthquake affected project districts are Solukhumbu, Okhaldhunga, Ramechhap, Dolakha, Kavre, Sindhuli, Kathmandu, Lalitpur, Bhaktapur, Lamjung, Gorkha and Chitwan

[2] Dolakha and Gorkha


Swiss Capacitiy-Building Facility (SCBF): North Africa Contribution

10.12.2015 - 31.12.2019

Formal financial inclusion is critical for pro-poor economic growth and remains low in North Africa. The intervention aims to increase well-being and livelihood of low-income people and smallholder farmers, through financial inclusion. The SCBF focuses on tailor-made technical assistance to partner financial institutions to up-scale sustainable and client-oriented financial services offered responsibly. The contribution leverages the expertise of the SCBF for financial inclusion in North Africa and seeks synergies with other North Africa projects.


Public Private Development Partnership: Social Entrepreneurship Catalytic Impact Financing for Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC-IMPACT)

01.11.2015 - 01.11.2021

Social entrepreneurs (SE) find innovative, effective and efficient solutions to social problems with a private sector, entrepreneurial approach. ODA funds are scarce and need to be used with leverage. This intervention will leverage social enterprises efforts, impact investors’ capital and local government funds for poverty reduction and improved livelihood of low income households.


Sustainable and Inclusive Regional Economic Development in Macedonia

01.11.2015 - 31.03.2021

The level of development of Macedonia‘s eight regions is highly unequal. A national structure for balanced regional development has been built up since 2007. SDC will contribute to the establishment of a national system for coordination and monitoring for balanced regional development. In the regions, good governance will be enhanced; project development and implementation capacities will be improved with focus on the less developed regions. These measures will ensure greater allocation of funds to the underdeveloped regions.


Opportunities For Youth Employment

01.07.2015 - 30.09.2019

SDC contributes to the existing project Opportunities for Youth Employment (OYE) implemented by SNV since September 2013, for its upscaling in Tanzania. OYE aims to improve the livelihoods of young women and men by developing and expanding their set of skills and by matching them with existing rural job markets and opportunities for self-employment in agri-business, renewable energy, sanitation and hygiene in 5 regions of the Central Corridor (CC). Co-funding donor of OYE besides SDC is the MasterCard Foundation.


BIOCULTURA 2015 - 2019

01.06.2015 - 31.12.2019

In the last 5 years the Biocultura programme has elaborated an environment compatible approach for the development of rural communities – known as „Vivir Bien“ in Bolivia, and has contributed to the definition of a legal framework for the climate issue. In the 2nd phase 15.000 families in 400 communities have been receiving support to assimilate the climate changes and national capacities for an efficient and transparent management of the national climate budget have been constructed.


Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP)

01.06.2015 - 30.06.2019

Financial inclusion is a thematic priority of the current and new ‘Botschaft’. Despite much pro-gress achieved, CGAP’s and SPTF’s missions are far from completion. Access of low-income people to insurance and long-term savings services require frontier markets to develop.

There is also a long way until the Universal Standards for Social Performance Management (USSPM) are put into practice by financial institutions serving low-income people. They are essential to ensure that low-income people improve their livelihood as a result of using financial services.


Promotion of Sustainable Economic Development inKyrgyzstan

01.06.2015 - 31.12.2019

The project contributes to sustainable economic growth and thus Job creation and increased incomes, especially for youth and women, in Jalal-Abad Oblast of Southern Kyrgyzstan. lt will focus on the development of selected value chains and the promotion of local economic development with the aim to enhance the competitiveness of targeted businesses and export sectors and, complementarily, to promote a business enabling environment as a precondition for private sector growth.


Rethinking Sanitation Systems: Resource Recovery and Safe Reuse (RR&R)

01.05.2015 - 31.08.2019

Building on the research results of the first phase, this project will directly address the combined challenges of making resource recovery and reuse a viable business opportunity and implementing Resource Recovery and Safe Reuse (RR&R) businesses in Kampala and Lima. At the same time the project will reduce public health and environmental risks associated with reuse and pave the way for scaling up Sanitation Safety Planning (SSP) at the global level.



Support for the third International Conference on Financing for Sustainable Development

01.11.2014 - 31.12.2019

Switzerland will engage in strategic advocacy and policy influencing partnerships to strengthen its position in the financing for sustainable development process leading up to the 2015 Financing for Development conference in Addis Ababa, and to enhance the preparatory process and the outcome in line with Swiss priorities, in particular by ensuring that the voice of the Private Sector is heard throughout the process.

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