Katastrophenvorsorge, Nothilfe, Wiederaufbau und Schutz

Personen holen Wasser bei einer Zisterne im Südsudan.
Die Humanitäre Hilfe hat im Südsudan mehrere Wasserstellen errichtet, um die Lokalbevölkerung mit Trinkwasser zu versorgen. © DEZA

Katastrophenvorsorge, Nothilfe und Wiederaufbau gehören zu den drei Einsatzfeldern der Humanitären Hilfe der DEZA. Sie umfassen Aktivitäten vor, während und nach Krisen, bewaffneten Konflikten und Katastrophen.

Die Prävention umfasst alle Massnahmen, die zum Schutz von Bevölkerung und Infrastruktur  getroffen werden. Gefahrenprävention und Reduktion der Verletzbarkeit ist Teil der nachhaltigen Entwicklung und in allen Projekten und Programmen der DEZA gefördert. Die Aufgabe der Nothilfe ist es, während einer Krise Leben zu retten und Leiden zu lindern. Zwei Drittel der Mittel der Humanitären Hilfe der DEZA ist für die Nothilfe bestimmt. Auf die Nothilfe und die Stabilisierung der Lage folgen die Wiederaufbau- und Rehabilitationsarbeiten. Bei länger anhaltenden Konflikten können diese Instrumente gleichzeitig zum Einsatz kommen. 

Der Schutz der Bevölkerung gehört neben der Minderung des Katastrophenrisikos, Wasser und Siedlungshygiene sowie sexueller und geschlechtsspezifischer Gewalt zu den vier thematischen Schwerpunkten der Humanitären Hilfe der DEZA.

Katastrophenvorsorge

Arme und reiche Länder sind gleichermassen von Naturkatastrophen betroffen, die Auswirkungen sind aber je nach Entwicklungsstand verschieden.

Wiederaufbau und Rehabilitation

Bei Wiederaufbau und Rehabilitation geht es generell um die Wiederherstellung der Lebensverhältnisse der betroffenen Bevölkerung.

Katastrophen- und Nothilfe

Die Nothilfe des Bundes ist mit ihren Experten des Schweizerischen Korps für humanitäre Hilfe (SKH) bei Krisen, Konflikten und Katastrophen weltweit tätig.

Schutz der Bevölkerung

Bewaffnete Konflikte und Naturkatastrophen setzen Überlebende Risiken von körperlicher oder psychischer Gewalt aus.

Aktuelle Projekte

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Improving the Respect of Humanitarian Norms by Armed Actors in Yemen

01.11.2018 - 31.10.2020

The project aims to contribute to the protection of Yemeni civilian population from the effects of armed conflict. The awareness of Yemeni armed non-state actors’ (ANSA) on humanitarian norms, notably on landmines and explosive remnants of war, and children and armed conflict is raised which positively influences standards, policies and practices of armed groups.


Reducing the Prevalence and Impact of Violence in Western Equatoria

01.11.2018 - 31.08.2020

Nonviolent Peaceforce’s (NP) intervention in Mundri County, Western Equatoria State is aimed at reducing the prevalence and impact of violence. Key activities will include conducting patrols in risky areas, protective accompaniments, advocacy, conducting trainings workshops, awareness raising activities etc. Through this intervention, Switzerland contributes to creating sustainable grassroots-led peaceful solutions to conflict, promotion of Human Rights, SGBV prevention and response among conflict affected communities.


Strengthening spaces for the protection and participation of children affected by conflict and armed violence in Tumaco

01.11.2018 - 30.04.2020

After the sign of the peace agreement with the FARC, new dynamics of violence have raised in the territories. The expansion and reconfiguration of the non-state armed groups, post-demobilization armed groups, dissidents and other armed groups have increased the humanitarian impact, particularly in rural areas. The deterioration of humanitarian indicators since 2016 evidences the need to continue with the humanitarian response and the protection initiatives, particularly for vulnerable populations such as boys, girls, adolescents and youth as well as afro and indigenous communities.


Disaster Risk Reduction for Sustainable Development in Bosnia and Herzegovina – Joint UN Project

01.09.2018 - 31.12.2022

High exposure to natural hazards coupled with insufficient technical, organizational, and financial capacities of BiH’s institutions and governments directly impede the country’s socio-economic development and increase population vulnerability. This Project, jointly implemented by five UN Agencies, will reduce the social and economic vulnerabilities of citizens and institutions affected by disasters and climate change by introducing and operationalizing an integrated model of disaster risk governance and livelihood enhancement starting with selected local municipalities.


ACTED Earthquake response in Chong-Alai region

01.07.2018 - 31.03.2019

To complement and complete the efforts supported by Switzerland in the immediate aftermath of earthquakes in remote Chong-Alai region in May 2017, the project's Phase 2 will provide shelter construction assistance to the remaining vulnerable earthquake-affected households that were unable to re-build their houses. The assistance will be in the form of distribution of construction materials to the remaining affected households and provision of technical assistance on affordable and replicable earthquake-safe construction techniques.


Projet de réponse d’urgence et de renforcement de la résilience des populations affectées par la crise alimentaire et pastorale de 2018 au Burkina Faso (PRACAP)

15.05.2018 - 31.07.2020

Au Burkina Faso, la baisse de 11% de la production agricole 2017/18 a entrainé environ 1 million de personnes dans une crise alimentaire. Cette situation est exacerbée par la crise pastorale et la dégradation du contexte sécuritaire, en particulier dans les régions du Sahel et du Centre Nord. Le Gouvernement a sollicité l’aide des partenaires pour une assistance aux personnes vulnérables et la Suisse y contribuera à travers la FAO et le PAM. 


UNICEF - RRM

01.05.2018 - 28.02.2019

La DDC par son appui financier au mécanisme de réponse rapide (RRM) dirigé par UNICEF participe à un financement rapide qui aide la communauté humanitaire à répondre aux activités d'urgencepermettant d'améliorer les conditions de vie des personnes vulnérables aiguës affectées par un choc humanitaire et la préservation de leur sécurité et dignité. Le RRM maintien une capacité de veille humanitaire, d'évaluation et de réponse rapide aux besoins urgents identifiés en biens non alimentaires et en eau et assainissement. 


Additional Contribution 2018 to WFP’s Emergency Response in Madagascar

01.01.2018 - 31.12.2018

In line with the Good Humanitarian Donorship (GHD) principles, Switzerland recognizes the necessity of predictable and flexible funding to respond to changing needs in humanitarian crises. SDC funding to WFP operations allows the World Food Programme (WFP) to respond proactively and to provide immediate food assistance in life-threatening situations.


TUR STL Facilitating the PRotection and Resilience of Syrian Refugees in Istanbul

01.10.2017 - 30.11.2019

Around 500'000 Syrian refugees in Istanbul are exposed to multiple social and protection risks. In December 2015, the national NGO Support-to-Life (STL) with partial SDC funding set up a community center in Küçükçekmece, a populous industrial city district.The center provides protection and social support, promotes linkages to the host community and referral to state services with an increased focus on women, children and youth among the refugees. 


IRQ Oxfam – Integrated WASH and Protection response to conflict affected communities in Diyala governorate

01.09.2017 - 28.02.2020

A majority of people living in rural northern Diyala do not have access to potable water which results in communities utilizing unsafe sources like rivers and irrigation channels. The lack of solid waste management systems further aggravates the poor health conditions within this area. This project aims at reducing water and sanitation related risks and increasing access to clean water for IDPs, returnees and host communities living in the districts of Kifri and Khanaqin. It also helps particularly vulnerable families access protection services.


South Sudan, Concern Worldwide: NGO Forum Support

01.09.2017 - 31.08.2020

This is the fourth phase of support to the NGO-Forum in South Sudan, aiming at contributing to the effectiveness and coordination of emergency humanitarian response and development programming in South Sudan. This will be achieved through sustained and enhanced engagement with all stakeholders on issues affecting NGO operations, advocacy, capacity building and information sharing. 


Sierra Leone Landslide: Contribution to IFRC Emergency Appeal

23.08.2017 - 24.08.2018

On the night of 13 August 2017, the city of Freetown in Sierra Leone and its outskirts experienced torrential rains and landslides. At least 400 people were killed following the collapse of a hillside. 600 people are still missing and 3’000 were displaced. Through this contribution, Switzerland will assist 9’600 victims and affected people in Freetown with emergency and recovery services to improve the condition of shelter, water sanitation and hygiene as well as health care.

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