La Cooperación Suiza en el Perú
La Cooperación Suiza en el Perú
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SABA+. Un camino hacia la sostenibilidad
 
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PACC Perú
 
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Aprendizajes de la Integración del Cambio Climático en el Proyecto Hakuwiñay / Noajayatai2017
 
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MeteoSwiss and Senamhi Peru join forces in the Climandes project to enable climate-smart agriculture and promote food security as well as poverty reduction
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Compartimos una historia inspiradora del Programa Bosques Andinos
 
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Contribuir a mejorar la capacidad de adaptación integral y de reducción de riesgos de desastres frente al fenómeno de retroceso de glaciares en el Perú, particularmente en las regiones de Ancash y Cusco. Infografía 2015. Español / Inglés
 
 
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Contribute to a water secure world through, equitable an efficient management and sustainable use of water
GWP’s global strategy 2009-2013 argues that sustainable development will not be achieved without a water secure world. A water secure world is a world where every person has enough safe, affordable water to lead a clean, healthy and productive life. It is a world where communities are protected from floods, droughts, landslides, erosion and water-borne diseases. A water secure world reduces poverty, advances education, and increases living standards. GWP displays its activities through a network of over 2,800 Partner organisations in 164 countries. The network has 81 Country Water Partnerships and 13 Regional Water Partnerships.
 
Water for Growth People and Environment
Peru is a country abundant in water, at least in terms of available freshwater per capita. Yet, it is currently suffering water stress and scarcity because most of its industry and 70% of its population lives in arid regions on Peru’s Pacific coast, while much of the bountiful supply of freshwater is located in the sparsely populated Amazon basin. In addition to the geographic discrepancy, acute water shortages in Peru are expected to worsen because the tropical glaciers in the Andean region are quickly retreating due to climate change.
 
Equitable Access to Water Supply and Sanitation Services
Access to Water Supply and Sanitation Services (WSS) remains a perennial challenge for the development community. The historic interventions in the sector typically relied on financing infrastructure without adequately assessing the institutional framework and the needs of poor people. In addition there has been a lack of analysis of what worked at scale. Against these challenges and since 2005, SDC partnered with the Water and Sanitation Programme (WSP) to improve global knowledge on WSS with emphasis on analytical and knowledge dissemination.  
 
Pioneering and diffusing a new model of economic growth
The Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) is an international organization dedicated to supporting and promoting strong, inclusive and sustainable economic growth in developing countries and emerging economies. Established in 2012, at the Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development, GGGI is accelerating the transition toward a new model of economic growth – green growth – founded on principles of social inclusivity and environmental sustainability.
 
Water Diplomacy and Governance in Key Trans-boundary Hot Spots
Together with climate change, water is becoming the most pressing environmental and social issue of the 21st century. The water resource management sector has to face the new global changes at a faster rate than ever experienced before: population growth, migration, urbanization, climate change, land-use changes and economic alterations. From this point of view, many trans-boundary rivers are a hot spot justifying SDC’s engagement with its instrument of cooperation.
 
El acceso al agua y saneamiento: compromiso y desarrollo rural
Dotar de agua y saneamiento a diversas comunidades campesinas ha ido indefectiblemente de la mano con la concientización de los pobladores sobre cómo debe protegerse el recurso hídrico para el consumo humano y para la agricultura. El Modelo Integral de Saneamiento Básico en la Sierra del Perú – SABA+, contribuye así a la industrialización de la gestión sostenible del saneamiento rural, replicando el exitoso modelo desarrollado en Cajamarca y Cusco (Perú).
 
Integrated Water Resources Management: Water Economics
The project is fostering a paradigm change that could transform the way the world’s watersheds are valued and managed. Investing in natural infrastructure – such as wetlands, streams, and forests that can capture, filter, and store freshwater – is emerging as one of the most cost-effective solutions to the global water crisis. Payments for Watershed Services are now exceeding 10 billion USD annually worldwide and are becoming a sustainable alternative to costly traditional infrastructure from mega-cities such as Beijing and New York City to small villages in Bolivia.
 
Contribución Suiza al desarrollo de la norma ISO para la huella hídrica
El Proyecto prevé evaluar la huella hídrica de estas empresas, prestando especial atención a la huella hídrica de agua directa, así como a la huella hídrica aguas arriba (provenientes de su cadena de suministro) y aguas abajo (uso durante y al final de la vida) de sus respectivos productos.
 
La Agencia Suiza para el Desarrollo y la Cooperación (COSUDE) pertenece al Departamento Federal de Asuntos Exteriores.
La Secretaría de Estado para Asuntos Económicos (SECO) forma parte del Departamento Federal de Economía, Formación e Investigación DEFI.
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