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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Regional Economic Development Program, Cambodia

01.01.2019 - 30.09.2021

The Regional Economic Development (RED IV) program, co-financed by Switzerland and Germany, will be implemented in three north-western provinces of Cambodia. It aims at strengthening the capacity of sub-national and local governments to tackle economic development measures and supporting rural poor, in particular women, to increase their income and actively participate in local economic development, thereby reducing poverty of the rural population.


Program Contribution to Brücke – Le Pont 2019 - 2020

01.01.2019 - 31.12.2020

Brücke-Le pont is an independent organization established by Travail.Suisse and the Catholic workers' movement (KAB). It has a strong support base in Switzerland and more than 60 years of experience in development cooperation in the South. Its program "Decent Work” includes some 30 projects in Togo, Benin, Salvador, Honduras, Brazil and Bolivia. The programme improves lives of disadvantaged people through vocational trainings, improved access to the labour market, income generation and improved respect of labour rights.


Contribution de programme au Centre Ecologique Albert Schweizer (CEAS) 2019-2020

01.01.2019 - 31.12.2020

CEAS contribue à l’amélioration des conditions de vie par une démarche participative de création des solutions (technique et méthodologique) au service du développement. Pour ce faire, l’ONG met notamment en application le travail d’instituts suisses de recherche (Universités et Hautes Ecoles Supérieurs) et des partenaires locaux. Sa stratégie s’articule autour de: L’accès aux énergies renouvelables pour tous, l’assainissement des déchets, la transformation agroalimentaire et la sensibilisation.


Global Compact Network Switzerland Partnership

01.01.2019 - 31.12.2026

The 2030 Agenda is universal and calls for the mobilization of all stakeholders worldwide to achieve the SDG through joint action. In this context, the private sector has a central role to play. The Global Compact Network Switzerland (GCNS) offers a unique opportunity for the SDC to engage and partner with the highly internationalized Swiss private sector to address corporate responsibility challenges and to contribute to a wider business movement for sustainable development.


GAIN Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition – “Making markets work to improve the consumption of nutritious and healthy food”

01.12.2018 - 31.12.2021

Poor diets - too little food, too much food, or the wrong combinations of foods - are the number-one risk factor for ill health. What people eat depends on what is available on the market as well as accessible, affordable and desirable to consume. SDC supports the Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition, a Swiss-based foundation, in facilitating the voluntary engagement of businesses in low and middle income countries to improve the consumption of nutritious and healthy foods, particularly among the vulnerable and poor.


Start-ups and social enterprises for global health

01.11.2018 - 31.12.2022

Reaching the ambitious Sustainable Development Goals, including health in low and middle-income countries, requires not only additional financing but also innovative and scalable low-cost solutions that are adaptable to different contexts. The initiative strives to tap the potential of start-up companies in these countries to improve health. The Swiss Impact Hubs in Geneva and Basel aim to support and connect start-ups with potential for scale with major healthcare industry and financial investors.


Public Private Development Partnership: Promoting Social Entrepreneurship in Latin America and the Caribbean

01.11.2018 - 30.11.2022

SDC is engaging with the private sector to achieve sustainable development outcomes. Whereas business entrepreneurs usually measure their performance with profit/financial return, social entrepreneurs‘priority is return to society incl. environmental concerns. This makes social entrepreneurs welI-aligned with SDC. The programme contributes to existing efforts by partners, in particular Ashoka, in supporting new and existing social entrepreneurs in Latin America and the Caribbean.


Fair Recruitment and Labour Conditions of Migrant Workers

01.10.2018 - 31.10.2021

Many of the 105 million people working outside their countries of origin have fallen victim of exploitative practices by unethical recruiters and employers. This project aims to prevent abuses and exploitation of migrant workers. It responds to a demand by the private sector in the global North for ethical standards throughout their supply chains. The Swiss private sector will benefit from stricter standards of recruitment and decent work, while Swiss consumers will profit from consumer goods increasingly produced under fair and ethical standards.


Blue Peace: Unlocking the value of transboundary, multisectoral and transgenerational investments

01.10.2018 - 31.12.2029

In order to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals government efforts do not suffice, large private capitals deployed towards development are needed. Switzerland has a comparative advantage as innovative finance hub. Building on this, SDC contributes to the development of innovative financial products that enable transboundary, multisectoral and transgenerational investments with aim to contribute to sustainable development and peace.


Private Sector Development in Southwest Serbia

01.08.2018 - 31.07.2022

The Project – a mandate to the Regional Development Agency Zlatibor – will contribute to increased income and employment opportunities of Southwest Serbia’s inhabitants, especially young people and women. This will be achieved by improving the performance (inclusive growth and access to relevant services) of the tourism and traditional products sectors. The project is an essential part of SDCs commitment towards supporting growth of income and employment through private sector development in Serbia.


Remote sensing-based Information and Insurance for Crops in Emerging economies (RIICE) - Phase 3

01.08.2018 - 30.06.2021

Extreme weather events increasingly affect small-scale producers in Asia. Satellites and other information technologies present tremendous potential for improved country-wide monitoring of crop growth and insurance solutions for extreme weather events. With RIICE, SDC supports the integration of expertise from Swiss private actors and international public research centres toward modernizing public agricultural services and crop insurance programmes, offering performant solutions to Governments and producers to cope with production shortfalls.


Programme de Développement des Infrastructures Économiques et Marchandes au Bénin (PDIEM)

01.07.2018 - 30.06.2022

La phase 1 du PDIEM a rénové 6 infrastructures économiques et marchandes d’importance nationale/régionale, pour dynamiser l’économie locale. Le gouvernement a demandé de répliquer ce projet à d’autres endroits. En cofinancement avec les communes et l’Etat, la phase 2 rénove 4 autres infrastructures, intégrant la gestion des déchets. Les revenus contribueront à entretenir les marchés, les taxes générées seront réinvesties pour des services publics améliorant les conditions de vie.

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