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Rural Water Supply and Sanitation, Ferghana Valley, Backstopping Support

Tajikistan  |  Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

ISW has been implementing rural water supply, hygiene and sanitation projects in Tajikistan and Uzbekistan, on behalf of SDC, since 2006. The participatory approach used by ISW has proven successful and was commended in two external evaluations undertaken in 2012.


Management of the Swiss Hydropower Research Program of the Swiss Federal Office of Energy SFOE (Bundesamt für Energie BFE)

Switzerland  |  Energy and Climate

The Swiss Hydropower Research Programme started in 2008 under the direction of and managed by Dr. Klaus Jorde, since 2012 the programme management is under Skat Consulting Ltd.


Northern Agriculture and Forestry Training College

Laos  |  Building and Settlement

The development goal is to build up the NAFC, as a centre of excellence, acknowledged by public and private partners in sustainable upland farming systems in the northern provinces of Laos. The project objective is: the NAFC offers an attractive study and working environment for students and teachers (taking into account gender and ethnic groups).


Backstopping for the “Ghana Electricity Sector Support Project” within the framework of the 3rd phase of the Ghana Energy Development and Access Program (GEDAP III)

Ghana  |  Energy and Climate

SECO has committed to the 3rd phase of GEDAP a USD 21 million grant covering the period 2015-2019. The Project aims at improving the operations and financial situation of the utilities (ECG, NEDCo) through A) institutional strengthening measures, B) increasing access to electricity via capital investments in electricity distribution infrastructure, and C) supporting the RE sector and promoting EE measures.


Backstopping Mandate to the “Inter-Ministerial Water Council of Kosovo”

Kosovo  |  Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

To advance the country’s water sector reform, the Government of Kosovo established in 2008 the Water Task Force (WTF): an inter-ministerial decision-making body shaping the sector’s policy & strategy frame-work and related action plans, as well as coordinating the domestic and external sector actors. The Swiss Government supported the WTF by funding through SECO long-term consultants, short-term experts and a backstopping mandate to Skat since 2009.


Backstopping Services Rural Water and Sanitation Support Program (RWSSP)

Kosovo  |  Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

The Rural Water and Sanitation Support Program (RWSSP) contributes towards improving the health and well-being of communities through sustainable water and sanitation services in line with the Kosovo national sector strategies and legislation.


SDC Backstopping Mandate for Water

Switzerland  |  Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

The Backstopping Mandate in Water and Sanitation provides professional services in support of SDC’s Water Initiatives division (WIs) in the area of Water for People and IWRM needed to further the agency’s drive to promote the realization of the MDGs and the sustainable development of the sector beyond 2015.


Resettlement and Livelihood Restoration of Waste Pickers of Bishkek Landfill Site

Kyrgyzstan  |  Waste Management

The project aims at creating improved employability in the formal or informal sector for those who will be displaced from improving the dumpsite to a sanitary landfill.


Rehabilitation of earthquake affected schools

Nepal  |  Building and Settlement

A destructive earthquake of magnitude 7.8 struck Nepal on 25 April 2015. Caritas Switzerland is rehabilitating 34 schools in 6 VDCs in Sindhupalchok district, Nepal, to provide students and teachers with earthquake-safe and child- and teacher-friendly learning environments.


Technical advice to Solaqua Foundation

Nepal  |  Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

Skat provides strategic, technical and methodological advice to Solaqua Foundation in regard to its institutional strategy and portfolio development, evaluation and monitoring of field projects, implementation methodologies, indicators, etc.


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