18 aktiviteter 2019 med en totalsumma av SEK 204 m, summerat på
UNFPA-UNICEF Joint Programme on Eliminating Female Genital Mutilation - Joint Program FGM SEK 75 000 000

Ending violence against women and girls

Beskrivning

The Joint Programme on Eliminating FGM is implemented jointly by UNFPA och UNICEF in 16 countires in Africa. The vision of the Joint Programme in Phase III is to contribute to the elimination of FGM by 2030, in line with Target 5.3 of the SDGs, which calls for the elimination of harmful practices. The goal of the Joint Programme is to accelerate efforts towards the reduction of FGM, fulfilling the rights of girls and women by realizing social and gender norms transformation by 2021. The Joint Programme’s direct impact population is girls and women at risk of or affected by FGM, especially in hard-to-reach areas in 16 countries: Burkina Faso, Djibouti, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Kenya, Mali, Mauritania, Nigeria, Senegal, Somalia (interventions focused on Somaliland), Sudan and Uganda. The expected outcomes of the intervention are: 1: Countries have an enabling environment for the elimination of FGM practices at all levels and in line with human rights standards. 2: Girls and women are empowered to exercise and express their rights by transforming social and gender norms in communities to eliminate FGM. 3: Girls and women access appropriate, quality and systemic services for FGM prevention, protection and care. 4: Countries have better capacity to generate and use evidence and data for policymaking and improving programming. The Joint Programme in Phase III will target approximately 8 million girls who will receive FGM preventive services and 4 million who will receive protection and care services. In addition, more than 8,200 new communities, covering more than 18 million people, will make public declarations abandoning FGM across 16 countries, helping to ensure that girls will remain free from FGM. The program's total budget for four years is USD 77 million. The largest donors are the EU, Italy, Norway and the United States (through UNICEF). Sweden has previously supported the program through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs with SEK 40 million (2014). 64% of the budget refers to actions at country level, 2% regional level and 7.5% at global level. Other expenses relate to UNFPA and UNICEF's costs for management, follow-up and evaluation. A wide range of partners participate in the program, such as national authorities, civil society organizations, research institutions and at the regional level for example the African Union and the League of Arab States.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-11756A0101-AFR-15180

UNDP 2016-2021 Preventing and Responding to Violent Extremism in Africa - UNDP Violent Extremism SEK 25 000 000

Participation in international peacekeeping operations

Beskrivning

Support to UNDP's regional programme to prevent violent extremism. Support to this contribution is earmarked to the part of the workplan where the regional perspective is particularly prominent.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5103009001-AFR-15230

AFROBAROMETER 2018-2022 - AFROBAROMETER 2018-2022 core support SEK 23 564 144

Democratic participation and civil society

Beskrivning

The Afrobarometer (AB) is a network conducting surveys on popular perceptions concerning democracy and governance in Africa. AB currently works in 35 African countries and intends to cover some 40. The objectives are to voice and visualize the public opinion in the debate on important development issues and to build institutional capacity for scientific reasearch.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5103006901-AFR-15150

UNDP Pilot Treaties Programme-Implementation of AU Treaties (2018-2021) SEK 18 000 000

Human rights

Beskrivning

This initiative concerns support for the UNDP Regional Africa Programme that aims at promoting better ratification and domestication of six selected AU treaties, mainly in the area of human rights, democracy, good governance and gender, in five African countries. The present proposal constitutes a pilot phase covering a period of three years, during which methods will be developed, the realism of the approach will be tested and an evaluation will be performed in order to define results and challenges prior to the elaboration of a full-scale implementation program. The pilot phase is initiated by a starting-up period of 1 year (the inception phase) when coordinating mechanisms, baselines,targets and indicators will be developed and agreed upon. The intervention aims at addressing the challenges and bottlenecks associated with ratification and domestication of AU treaties through the following five multi-layered and integrated causal mechanisms: 1. Strengthening capacities of the AUC Office of Legal Counsel to build a support structure for Member States. 2. Harmonizing regional approaches to continental law-making and ratification amongst the AU and RECs. 3. Building national capacities for ratification and domestication, and enhancing knowledge exchange/peer support. 4. Public awareness-raising at the regional and national levels to ensure AU treaties and protocols are understood and owned by the public. 5. Alignment with development actors at the national and regional levels. The intervention will be realized through a Joint AU-UNDP Programme, implemented between the AUC Office of Legal Counsel and UNDP’s Regional Bureau for Africa (RBA) represented with its Regional Service Centre (RSC) in Addis Ababa, in close collaboration and coordination with RECs, national governments, international development partners, and other relevant partners at the national level. The total budget that is required for the full implementation of the programme is 130 MSEK and the maximum amount that the Embassy plans to contribute is 60 MSK, which is around 46 % of the total project cost. Out of the remaining uncovered 70 MSEK (53.8%) UNDP plans to cover 12 MSEK (9.2%). The remaining 58 MSEK, which is around 44.6% of the total project cost, remains to be uncovered from any other funding source. No fund is going to be forwarded to any other organization, i.e. the entire fund will be managed by UNDP. Sida will be part of the Programme oversight Board that will serve as a strategic advisory mechanism to deliver on institutional effectiveness- especially on transparency, accountability, monitoring and evaluation, overall RBM, quality assurance and risk management.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5103009501-AFR-15160

Save the Children, Child Protection II 2017-2019 SEK 17 671 779

Human rights

Beskrivning

The project goal is to ensure the rights of children affected by violence or in armed conflict are protected by defence and security forces that are effectively capacitated to play their mandated role as defenders of Child Rights. This will be achieved through working with and strengthening the structures of the African Standby Forces and key Peacekeeping contributing countries of sub-Saharan Africa

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5103009701-AFR-15160

EISA 2019-2022, ADS IV Africa Democracy Strengthening Programme - EISA,2019-2021 African Electoral Strengthening, SEK 16 600 000

Democratic participation and civil society

Beskrivning

Programme support to EISA to strengthen democracy in Africa, The programme aims to contribute to stronger regional democratic institutions, with increased participation from citizens on sub-regional and national level in Africa. EISA works with ECCAS, ECOWAS, SADC, EAC and ICGLS and provides tailored support in order for these institutions to play their role in relation to electoral processes in members states in a more qualitative way. In addition, EISA works on national level in a number of countries, including Madagascar and Senegal to support a more inclusive democratic culture in political parties, to provide support to womens' and youth groups, and encourage qualitative interaction between civil society actors and parliaments.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-11001A0101-AFR-15150

ACCP/Plan Sweden 2018-2020 - ACCP Plan Sweden 2018-2020 SEK 15 297 772

Human rights

Beskrivning

Plan Sweden has applied to Sida for funding of 32 144 597 SEK to carry out a phase 2 of the "African Children's Charter Project" (ACCP) during the period 2018-2020. By promoting the African Charter on the Rights and Welfare of the Child, the project aspires to contribute to a long-term improvement of children's life on the African continent. This will be done by 1) strengthening the capacity of the African Committee of Experts on the Rights and Welfare of the Child (ACERWC), 2) integrating children's rights in decisions and actions within the African Union and 3) supporting the civil society to work together with the African Union to promote and protect children's rights and welfare. Sida will be the project's only funder and has previously supported a first phase of the ACCP (2011-2014) as well as a bridging period between 2015-2017. A great majority of the project's activities will be implemented by a consortium of non-governmental organisations which was formed during ACCP in phase 1. The consortium consist Plan Sweden and Plan's Pan-African Office in Ethiopia, Swedish Save the Children and ave the Childrens' offices in Kenya and Senegal, the Dullah Omar Institute for Constitutional Law, Governance and Human Rights (South Africa), the African Child Policy Forum (Ethiopia) and the Institute for Human Rights and Development in Africa (Gambia). ACERWC is also supported by a project funded by the European Union. The projects are coordinated for enhanced efficiency and impact.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5103009301-AFR-15160

KAIPTC, 2019 - 2021, Programme Support SEK 5 000 000

Civilian peace-building, conflict prevention and resolution

Beskrivning

The planned contribution specifically focuses on enhancing the role of women and youth in peace and security, this will be achieved through research, capacity building and advocacy. The proposed intervention aims to achieve the following outcomes: 1. Enhanced knowledge among policy actors, gender and security practitioners on the implementation of mechanisms to prevent terrorism, violent extremism and gender-based violence 2. Strengthened capacity of women, youth, security practitioners and gender actors in the prevention of terrorism, violent extremism and gender-based violence 3. Improved reporting on the implementation of the Women, Peace and Security (WPS) agenda in Africa 4. Women, Peace and Security Institute (WPSI) strengthened to function as a full-fledged institute hosted in KAIPTC with its own Council/Steering Committee The proposed intervention has a duration of 3 years (October 2019 - September 2022) and has a total cost of SEK 15 000 000 of which SEK 5 000 000 is for implementation in year 1 (October 2019 - September 2020), SEK 5 000 000 for year 2 (October 2020 - September 2021); and SEK 5 000 000 for year 3 (October 2021 - September 2022).

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-13137A0101-AFR-15220

LGBT Planning Grant to UNDP SEK 5 000 000

Human rights

Beskrivning

Around the world, including in sub-Saharan Africa, there is now considerable evidence that sexual and gender non-conforming people (also known as LGBTI+ people) are often among the most marginalised, and as such require specific attention and support to drive forward the vision of the SDGs, including the pledge to leave no one behind. According to UNAIDS, consensual same-sex sexual relations remain criminalized in at least 67 countries and territories worldwide, many of which are in Africa. Criminalization of consensual same-sex sexual relations is a violation of human rights and legitimizes stigma, discrimination and violence against LGBT people. Criminalization stops people from accessing and using HIV prevention, testing and treatment services and increases their risk of acquiring HIV. Globally, the risk of acquiring HIV is 28 times higher among gay men and other men who have sex with men than among the general population and 13 times higher for transgender women. Prohibitive legal and policy environments and a lack of tailored services for key populations increase their vulnerability to HIV. In Sweden’s regional SRHR strategy for sub-Saharan Africa two out of four result-areas relate to LGBTI people’s rights and services. One area aims to expand access to SRHR services for LGBTI people and one broader aims to expand human rights, democracy and gender equality. As part of the regional SRHR team’s work plan process for 2018, the team identified a gap in the result area expanding human rights for LGBTI people. To address this gap, the head of the regional SRHR team decided to undertake an assessment to explore the possibility of establishing a regional networked contribution. This contribution would aim to align current and potential new partners that have clear complementary functions under a co-created a long-term macro theory of change. The ToC would provide strategic direction for how the regional team’s partners collectively, through complementary efforts, can contribute to the results area of expanding human rights for LGBTI people in sub-Saharan Africa. In the medium-term, such a strategy could also potentially attract additional funding if it is able to demonstrate impact. During the assessment, UNDP was identified as the most appropriate actor to lead such an initiative. In the context of the Agenda 2030 and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), UNDP’s HIV, Health & Development (HHD) Team draws on the organisation’s broad mandate and policy expertise to support SDG implementation through policy and programme support and data/monitoring. UNDP focuses on achieving SDG-3 (Good health & Well-being) based on the principles that health is both a driver and outcome of development; responds to SDG-5 (Gender Equality) to include gender-based discrimination, gender-based violence and universal access to sexual and reproductive health and rights; and further responds to SDG-10 (Reduced Inequalities), SDG-16 (Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions) and SDG-17 (Partnerships for the Goals). UNDP understands that efforts to reduce health and social inequities are critical for creating inclusive, equitable, economically productive and healthy societies where no one is left behind, and, works on HIV, SRHR, human rights of LGBTI+ people, key populations, adolescent girls and young women, and health with a broad range of partners across development sectors at global, regional, national and local levels to make the SDG slogan of ‘leaving no one behind’ a reality. To deliver on this mandate, UNDP HHD Team’s 2016-2021 Strategy ‘Connecting the Dots’ works to contribute to the SDG targets and the commitment to leave no one behind. In addition, UNDP’s work in Africa contributes to the African Commission on Human and People’s Rights (ACHPR) Resolutions, specifically Resolution 275 on Protection against Violence and other Human Rights Violations against Persons on the basis of their real or imputed Sexual Orientation or Gend

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-13567A0101-AFR-15160

AUC/JFA AULOs 2016-2019 AU Liaison Offices - AUC/JFA 2016-2019 AU Liaison Offices SEK 5 000 000

Civilian peace-building, conflict prevention and resolution

Beskrivning

This intervention is a continued support to AU's Liaison Offices in conflict and post-conflict countries.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5103005001-AFR-15220

Civil Rights Defenders Regional Progr 2019 - Civil Rights Defenders 2019 Regional Progr SEK 2 700 000

Human rights

Beskrivning

Support to Civil Rights Defenders for eight months of interventions in East Africa, in particular with focus on capacity development activities with DefendDefenders, a regional human rights defenders organisation with HQ in Kampala. Civil Rights Defenders will together with DefendDefenders work to strengthen their respective capacity within the areas of gender equality, strategic communication, security, and financial administration. In addition, the contribution aims to support CRD's presence and expanded work in the region.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-13161A0101-AFR-15160

Development Studies and Research Institute (DSRI) SEK 500 000

Human rights

Beskrivning

Development Studies and Research Institute (DSRI)

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Utrikesdepartementet

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-2-90139A0101-AFR-15160

Gender Helpdesk - Gender Helpdesk Afrika SEK 462 511

Womens equality org. & inst.

Beskrivning

Gender helpdesk ger stöd i jämställdhetsmainstreaming av Sida's insatser, resultat förslag och andra delar av strategi genomförandet.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5121000204-AFR-15170

Civicus 2019 Planning grant SEK 290 000

Democratic participation and civil society

Beskrivning

Planning grant to Civicus for consultations and planning for a regional Programme on civilsociety, media and human rights defenders. During February to June 2019, Civicus will conduct meetings and planning for a three-year programme on shrinking democratic space in Africa, with support to civil society, human rights defenders and media actors.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-13211A0101-AFR-15150

UNDP - HIV and the Law 2016-2018 - LGBTI Facilitator SEK 37 677

Human rights

Beskrivning

UNDP work with the development objective to strengthen Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights in Sub-Saharan Africa and through this intervention, its overall intention will be to strengthen national and regional legal environments relating to HIV & SRHR to support the enjoyment of human rights of LGBT people, women and girls in Sub-Saharan Africa. The intervention has four specific objectives; 1) Strengthening the understanding of appropriate indicators and monitoring and evaluation processes that help promote accountability for implementation of human rights enabling activities that arise from legal assessments, 2) Strengthening the capacity of national governments to put in place legal environments that respect the rights of LGBT people and women and girls, 3) Strengthening the capacity of regional and national civil society organizations including community-based groups to claim rights and advocate for strengthened national legal environments and 4) Strengthening the capacity and leadership of regional economic communities to facilitate Member States to put in place legal environments that respect the rights of LGBT people and women and girls. Phase II is a follow up from the achievements of Phase I and will be implemented in 12 countries; Angola, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, DRC, Gabon, Ghana, Namibia, Lesotho, Mozambique, South Africa and Swaziland. In order to achieve the objective of Phase II the following main activities will be carried out; - Legal environment assessments will be carried out to inform legislative reform, - Legal Reviews of prevailing laws, - National dialogue which will incorporate input from Regional Economic Communities (REC’s) and Civil Society Organization (CSO’s) and support to national action planning processes on HIV & SRHR and the Law. The intervention will also supports judicial and Parliamentarian sensitization in order to promote access to justice through law enforcement. Legal services and legal/human rights literacy programs as well as Knowledge management will also be implemented through this intervention. The total cost of this intervention is 45 MSEK of which Sida is requested to fund 35 MSEK (80%) of its planned budget over a period of 3 years. UNDP will fund the remaining 10 MSEK (20%) the total Project budget.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5104007004-AFR-15160

East and Southern Africa Association of Accountants General (ESAAG) 2010 - 2012 - ESAAG 2010-2012 SEK -911 910

Public finance management

Beskrivning

ESAAG is a non-profit association of Accountants General in East and Southern Africa, constituted to support the Accountants General's Offices to develop sound PFM practices by providing: A knowledge base; Networking and information sharing opportunities; Advice on PFM legislation framework; Regional and international representation and promoting cooperation; Providing and/or supporting capacity building.

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5100000503-AFR-15111

AUC/DPA 2014-2017, Election & Gov - AU DPA Governance 2 SEK -2 158 646

Public sector policy and administrative management

Beskrivning

The African Union Commission's Department for Political Affairs, pooled funds for Election and Governance (2014 - 2017).

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5100015703-AFR-15110

AUC/DPA 2014-2017, Election & Gov - AU DPA DEAU 2 SEK -2 918 736

Public sector policy and administrative management

Beskrivning

The African Union Commission's Department for Political Affairs, pooled funds for Election and Governance (2014 - 2017).

Aktivitetslängd

Genomförandekanal

Bilateral

Ansvarig myndighet

Sida, Styrelsen för internationellt utvecklingssamarbete

Aktivitets-ID

SE-0-SE-6-5100015704-AFR-15110

Year Värde (SEK) Värde (USD)
2019 SEK 204 m USD 23.5 m
2018 SEK 200 m USD 23.1 m
2017 SEK 106 m USD 12.4 m
2016 SEK 119 m USD 14.0 m
2015 SEK 148 m USD 17.5 m
2014 SEK 227 m USD 33.1 m
2013 SEK 174 m USD 26.6 m
2012 SEK 254 m USD 37.6 m
2011 SEK 215 m USD 33.1 m
2010 SEK 159 m USD 22.1 m
2009 SEK 161 m USD 21.1 m
2008 SEK 145 m USD 21.8 m
2007 SEK 93,8 m USD 13.9 m
2006 SEK 50,4 m USD 6.8 m
2005 SEK 53,1 m USD 7.1 m
2004 SEK 81,1 m USD 11.0 m
2003 SEK 46,6 m USD 5.8 m
2002 SEK 53,4 m USD 5.5 m
2001 SEK 24,8 m USD 2.4 m
2000 SEK 14,5 m USD 1.6 m
1999 SEK 22,0 m USD 2.7 m
1998 SEK 18,0 m USD 2.3 m

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Afrika, regionalt

Sverige arbetar med regionala insatser i Afrika för att bistå kontinentens olika aktörer i de utmaningar som är gemensamma för flera länder, eller för att det finns ett behov av att samordna insatser. Exempel på områden där Sverige stödjer regionala insatser är hållbart utnyttjande av gränsöverskridande naturresurser, fred och stabilitet, handel, migration samt hindra spridandet av smittsamma sjukdomar.

Observera att detta inte är en summering av det bilaterala stödet till de individuella länder som ingår i regionen.