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Sida’s Humanitarian Work. Sida’s Strategy for Humanitarian Work 2008-2010 Based on the Government’s Humanitarian Policy (2005). Aim: Save lives, alleviate.

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1 Sida’s Humanitarian Work

2 Sida’s Strategy for Humanitarian Work Based on the Government’s Humanitarian Policy (2005). Aim: Save lives, alleviate suffering and maintain human dignity. Guided by international law and humanitarian principles (humanity, independence, impartiality and neutrality). Stresses GHD (quick, predictable, flexible, needs-based). Projects through the UN, Red Cross, NGOs and relevant authorities. Appropriation can be used for Disaster Preparedness and should support transition to recovery and longer-term development. Promote the international humanitarian system through contributions to research, method development and capacity development (secondments). Assist the MFA in advancing the development of international humanitarian policy.

3 The Humanitarian Team Head of Division Co- ordinator/Deputy Head Programme Officer Administrator Co- ordinator/Deputy Head Programme Officer Administrator ATHA Project Leader Controller 15 persons 16 languages 77 years of field experience From the Red Cross, UN, NGOs, private sector… Policy Specialist Human Security

4 Swedish Humanitarian Assistance UNITED STATES of AMERICA CANADA ALASKA (USA) MEXICO COLOMBIA VENEZUELA BRAZIL PERU BOLIVIA HONDURAS NICARAGUA ECUADOR GUYANA SURINAME FRENCH GUIANA COSTA RICA PANAMA GUATEMALA CUBA PARAGUAY ARGENTINA URUGUAY CHILE GREENLAND ICELAND UNITED KINGDOM REPULIC OF IRELAND NORWAY SWEDEN FINLAND DENMARK ESTONIA LATVIA LITHUANIA POLAND BELARUS GERMANY CZECH REPUBLIC NETHERLANDS BELGIUM FRANCE SPAIN PORTUGAL SWITZ. AUSTRIA SLOVAKIA HUNGARY ROMANIA BULGARIA ITALY UKRAINE TURKEY GREECE SYRIA IRAQ SAUDI ARABIA YEMEN OMAN UAE EGYPT LIBYA ALGERIA MOROCCO TUNISIA WESTERN SAHARA MAURITANIA MALI NIGER CHAD SUDAN ETHIOPIA SOMALIA UGANDA SENEGAL GUINEA LIBERIA COTE D’IVOIRE BURKINA GHANA NIGERIA CAMEROON CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC GABON CONGO DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO KENYA TANZANIA ANGOLA ZAMBIA MOZAMBIQUE NAMIBIA BOTSWANA ZIMBABWE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA MADAGASCAR RUSSIAN FEDERATION KAZAKHSTAN GEORGIA IRAN UZBEKISTAN TURKMENISTAN AFGHANISTAN KYRGYZSTAN TAHKISTAN PAKISTAN INDIA CHINA NEPAL MYANMAR THAILAND SRI LANKA MONGOLIA NORTH KOREA SOUTH KOREA JAPAN TAIWAN CAMBODIA LAOS VIETNAM PHILIPPINES MALAYSIA INDONESIA PAPUA NEW GUINEA AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND Countries with humanitarian projects 2007 Sida field presence SIda field presence with humanitarian profile GEORGIA

5 Geographical division UNITED STATES of AMERICA CANADA ALASKA (USA) MEXICO COLOMBIA VENEZUELA BRAZIL PERU BOLIVIA HONDURAS NICARAGUA ECUADOR GUYANA SURINAME FRENCH GUIANA COSTA RICA PANAMA GUATEMALA CUBA PARAGUAY ARGENTINA URUGUAY CHILE GREENLAND ICELAND UNITED KINGDOM REPULIC OF IRELAND NORWAY SWEDEN FINLAND DENMARK ESTONIA LATVIA LITHUANIA POLAND BELARUS GERMANY CZECH REPUBLIC NETHERLANDS BELGIUM FRANCE SPAIN PORTUGAL SWITZ. AUSTRIA SLOVAKIA HUNGARY ROMANIA BULGARIA ITALY UKRAINE TURKEY GREECE SYRIA IRAQ SAUDI ARABIA YEMEN OMAN UAE EGYPT LIBYA ALGERIA MOROCCO TUNISIA WESTERN SAHARA MAURITANIA MALI NIGER CHAD SUDAN ETHIOPIA SOMALIA UGANDA SENEGAL GUINEA LIBERIA COTE D’IVOIRE BURKINA GHANA NIGERIA CAMEROON CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC GABON CONGO DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO KENYA TANZANIA ANGOLA ZAMBIA MOZAMBIQUE NAMIBIA BOTSWANA ZIMBABWE REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA MADAGASCAR RUSSIAN FEDERATION KAZAKHSTAN GEORGIA IRAN UZBEKISTAN TURKMENISTAN AFGHANISTAN KYRGYZSTAN TAHKISTAN PAKISTAN INDIA CHINA NEPAL MYANMAR THAILAND SRI LANKA MONGOLIA NORTH KOREA SOUTH KOREA JAPAN TAIWAN CAMBODIA LAOS VIETNAM PHILIPPINES MALAYSIA INDONESIA PAPUA NEW GUINEA AUSTRALIA NEW ZEALAND GEORGIA Sudan: (12%) DRC: (8%) oPt: (6%) Somalia: (6%) Uganda: (5%)

6 Allocations 2001 – 2008 (MSEK) YearAllocationDisbursed

7 10 largest partner organisations 2007

8 Våra uppdrag Sida’s humanitarian support – separate allocation –CAP– Flash Appeals –Red Cross – Minor hum. frames –SRSA – Single projects Early recovery with delegated funds Disaster Risk Reduction and prevention Counselling in humanitarian affairs

9 Guiding Principles Humanitarian Policy Fast, predictable, flexible, needs-based Sida humanitarian strategy Good Humanitarian Donorship Save lives, reduce suffering, maintain dignity. Humain, impartial, neutral and independent. Non-political assistance in politicised environment. Based on needs, no concentration to countries. Sida presence in fewer countries requires new methods.

10 The Humanitarian VIsion Competence Strengthen the Swedish humanitarian competence through strategic recruitment, secondment and training. + Capacity Increase Sweden’s joint humanitarian capacity through strengthening humanitarian competence in the field. Effectiveness Quick and competens processing of humanitarian projects, i e no reduction of capacity at HQ in Sweden. Quality Ascertaining the quality of Swedish humanitarian assistance through: - Knowledge and understanding - Presence and follow-up - Speed and predictability = +


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