Asian Seaquake - Projects

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Proj. No. Theme Organisation Status
244.008 Reconstruction of Houses and Livelihood Support for Women headed Households (CARS) running
243.007 Wiederaufbau in Jaffna und Killinochchi (SOL) running
234.026 Hygiene Promotion and Repair of Sanitation Facilities (CARS) finished
231.007 Bau und Einrichtung von Betreuungszentren für vom Krieg betroffene Kinder (TDHL) running
229.018 Unterstützung von Kindern und Jugendlichen (TDHL) finished
229.012 Wiederaufbau von permanenten Häusern und wirtschaftliche Unterstützung (CARS) finished
229.003 Wiederaufbau und Rehabilitationsprogramm für Rückkehrende (SOL) finished
226.011 Verbesserung des Gesundheitszustandes und der Hygiene von rückkehrenden Familien (TDHL) finished
226.008 Wirtschaftliche und soziale Integration von Rückkehrenden (SOL) finished
225.001 Reconstruction of Permanent Core Shelters (CARS) finished
224.006 Provision of bicycles and cargo boxes for IDP's (SOL) finished
223.011 Assistance of Burmese immigrants (CARS) finished
223.010 Consolidation of rehabilitation in 30 villages (CARS) finished
223.005 Management support and capacity building in District Hospital of Nagan Raya (CARS) finished
221.040 Empoverment of handicapped persons (TDHL) finished
221.037 Promoting the inclusion of people with disabilities (HI) finished
221.031 Assistance in the return process of war affected IDPs (SOL) finished
221.028 Psycho social support for 7000 children and adolescents (TDHL) finished
221.024 Longterm conomic development in Meulaboh (CARS) finished
221.016 Emergency relief for IDP's (CARS) finished
220.029 Pilot project: Strengthening of rehabilitation services (HI) finished
220.027 Assistance for refugees during the rainy saison (SOL) finished
220.016 Skill Training and Employment Promotion (SWICON) finished
220.007 Fishery based Livelihood Support (VSF) finished
219.014 Sanitarische Anlagen und Sensibilisierung für Hygieneaspekte (TDHL) finished
219.013 Massnahmen für die Prävention von zukünftigen Katastrophen (CARS) finished
219.009 Provisorische hygienische Latrinen (TDHL) finished
219.008 Basic emergency assistance for 8'000 IDP's (CARS) finished
219.007 Supply of very basic humanitarian needs for IDP's (SOL) finished
219.003 Food assistance for IDP's (CRS) finished
217.014 Construction of 71 addional houses (CRS) finished
217.007 Sustainable infrastructure for Blang Beuran-dang (CARS) finished
216.016 Phase II - MTU Mobile Training Unit and jobs for diplomates (SWICON) finished
215.016 Income generation through agricultural development (SWICON) finished
215.015 Improved Health and life skills of 4200 children on little Andaman Islands (TDHL) finished
214.041 Health and Nutrition Assistance for mothers and their children (ADRA) finished
214.039 Strengthening of hospital management (CARS) finished
214.032 Income-generating programme for relocated people in Aceh Province (CARS) finished
214.024 Help for seaquake victims: reactivation of the economy and promotion of family businesses for Sri Lanki (SOL) finished
214.021 Improved source of income for 886 families on Nias (EPER) finished
214.020 Mother and child healthcare programme for disadvantaged people in the district of Ampara (TDHL) finished
213.010 Maintenance of 583 latrines and septic tanks, training courses for recipients (MED) finished
213.008 Active post-tsunami participation with organizations for disabled people (HI) finished
213.006 Improved healthcare for mothers and children (TDHL) finished
212.013 Temporary accommodation and economic assistance for internally displaced persons (IDPs) in northern Sri Lanka (SOL) finished
211.027 Reconstruction of 120 private houses with infrastructure (CARS) finished
211.026 Improved livelyhood in recontructed villages (CARS) finished
211.024 A new water supply system for 2250 houses in Blang Beurandang/Meulaboh (CARS) finished
211.021 Health promotion and improved living conditions in tsunami rebuilding projects (TDHL) finished
211.018 Post-rebuilding phase: health promotion and improved quality of life (CRS) finished
210.046 Training young people as tsunami safety advocates (TDHL) finished
210.042 Improved medical care thanks to electronic patient information system (CRS) finished
210.041 Sustainable Disaster Preparedness and Civil Protection (CRS) finished
210.035 New earning potential, promotion of children and young people, "Policy for the Poor". (TDHS) finished
210.008 New school for 150 children, access to basic health care for 4200 inhabitants of the coastal region (ADRA) finished
209.059 Reconstruction of 170 houses and communal facilities (CRS) finished
209.057 Continuation of reconstruction of 130 houses after the civil war (HELV) finished
207.014 Improved health care for children on Little Andaman Island (TDHL) finished
206.010 Medical support for disabled persons (HI) finished
206.009 Schooling for socially underprivileged children (CARS) finished
206.008 Repair of infrastructure in the fishing and farming sector and training courses (VSF) finished
206.003 Reconstruction of 150 houses and transfer of know-how (CARS) finished
205.029 Re-establishment of long-term basis of existence in two villages on Nias (EPER) finished
205.028 Wide support in new settlements (SOL) finished
205.006 Improvements in accommodation (cash programme) and the nutritional situation (SOL) finished
204.020 Strengthening of the Niasan women's economic and social situation (EPER) finished
204.016 Economic and social support for 2500 people (SWICON) finished
204.012 Shelter for internally displaced persons (SOL) finished
203.029 Constructing four community schools on Baratang (ASED) finished
203.022 Long-term improvements of health care for mothers and children (TDHL) finished
203.007 Rebuilding the water supply system for 15'000 people (MED) finished
203.006 Securing drinking-water supplies and improvements in health care after a severe earthquake (MED) finished
203.002 Psychosocial care for tsunami orphans (FXB) finished
202.026 Protection and psychocial support for children in 20 care facilities (TDHL) finished
202.025 Improvement of the water-supply system and assistance at the new domicile (ADRA) finished
202.021 Emergency Aid for the Victims of Flooding (CARS) finished
201.035 Phase II: Rehabilitation of the coastline (CARS) finished
201.034 Rehabilitation of sanitation infrastructure, provision of clean water and improvement of food security (TDHL) finished
200.007 Inclusion of the disabled for post-tsunami reconstruction (HI) finished
199.019 "Cash" for Repair and Reconstruction in the District of Trincomalee, Phase II (CRS) finished
199.018 Rebuilding Family Subsistence in four villages on the Island of Nias (EPER) finished
199.017 "Cash" for Repair and Reconstruction: Matara Phase II (EPER) finished
198.030 Reconstruction of Infrastructure and Creation of Sustainable Livelihoods (SOL) finished
198.029 Inclusion of People with Disabilities in the Reconstruction Process (HI) finished
198.026 Construction of 270 Houses for Disadvantaged Populations (CRS) finished
198.025 Construction of a combined Primary and a Secondary School (EPER) finished
198.011 Construction of Permanent Houses and Professional Training (FDF) finished
198.008 "Cash" Project: Restoration of Livelihood (HELV) finished
198.007 Medical Emergency Aid after Tsunami (CARS) finished
197.051 Reconstruction of 10 water drinking networks and 100 houses (SOL) finished
197.030 Tsunami Housing Reconstruction Programme, 300 houses and common infrastructure (CRS) finished
197.029 Reconstruction of health infrastructure in 15 villages (CRS) finished
197.019 Emergency relief (food) for Tsunami victims in flooded project region (SOL) finished
197.018 Water and sanitation activities, latrines and wells construction hygien promotion in Ampara and Batticaloa Districts. (TDHL) finished
197.016 Reconstruction of 560 houses (CARS) finished
197.015 Reconstruction of 1'040 houses (CARS) finished
197.014 Phase II: Environmental and gender sensitive rehabilitation of 12 Tsunami affected communities (CARS) finished
197.013 Phase II - Rehabilitation of 4'500 families (capacity building in reconstruction of buildings, education, social integration) (CARS) finished
197.005 Construction of 29 houses and repair of 186 houses (HOFF) finished
196.043 Construction of a Health Center (CARS) finished
196.041 Reconstruction of over 300 houses and basic village infrastructure (EPER) finished
196.031 Emergency aid for 5'586 families (CARS) finished
196.029 Reconstruction of 1'125 houses and of village infrastructure (SOL) finished
196.027 Strengthening the system of primary health care with focus on water and sanitation, and maternal/child care in 2 temporary relocation camps (CRS) finished
196.025 Reconstruction of 410 houses, one school and basic village infrastructure (CRS) finished
196.016 Rehabilitation of fisheries communities on 2 islands (DDC) finished
196.010 Legal and psychosocial support for 2'100 families Food security (HELV) finished
196.007 Education for children and training for teachers (ASED) finished
195.030 Cash for Repair and Reconstruction: Matara, Phase I (EPER) finished
195.029 Economic Empowerment of female headed households (EPER) finished
195.023 Reconstruction of 2 schools, temporary shelters and one health center (CRS) finished
195.022 Professional training centre (COOP) finished
195.021 Improvement of training capacities and access to local orthopaedic equipment (HI) finished
195.020 Construction of 70 houses and basic village infrastructure (CARS) finished
195.019 Rehabilitation/construction of infrastructures related to fisheries and livestock (VSF) finished
195.006 Vulnerability reduction of 293 affected families (CARS) finished
195.005 Construction of a temporary school (CRS) finished
195.003 Phase I - Environment and gender rehabilitation programme for 12 communities (CARS) finished
194.021 Retroactive payment to a Swiss hotelkeeper for the expenses caused by the tsunami (SOL) finished
194.019 Reconstruction of 1'000 houses and village infrastructure (CARS) finished
194.017 Reconstruction of the school facilities (CRS) finished
194.015 Construction of 486 houses and basic village infastructure (CARS) finished
194.014 Livelihood rehabilitation and sustainable developement strategies for 2'000 families (TDHS) finished
194.011 Cleaning of wells and rehabilitation of water points (SOL) finished
194.010 Private vegetable gardens (SOL) finished
194.009 Private vegetable gardens (SOL) finished
194.008 Fisheries rehabilitation and supply of fishing nets (SOL) finished
194.003 Distribution of kerozen cookers and matresses for 10'055 displaced persons living with host families (CARS) finished
193.055 Cash For Work. Cleaning beaches (CRS) finished
193.046 Socio-economic rehabilitation for 965 families (CRS) finished
193.045 Construction of 1'200 houses and basic infrastructure in three hamlets. (CRS) finished
193.044 Emergency aid for 1'000 families (TDHL) finished
193.043 Cash for Repair and Reconstruction: Trincomalee, Phase I (CRS) finished
193.042 Restart of economic activity (employment creation) (SWICON) finished
193.041 Reconstruction of the"Inshaffuddin" boarding school facilities (CRS) finished
193.040 Mobile Training Unit, employment and qualification promotion (SWICON) finished
193.039 Improvement of the financial situation of 622 women and their families (SWICON) finished
193.038 Restart of economic activity (SWICON) finished
193.034 Provision of scholarship for 177 children and youth victims of the tsunami (CARS) finished
193.033 Phase I - Rehabilitation for 4'500 families (CARS) finished
193.032 Emergency aid for 37'000 families (CARS) finished
193.031 Reconstruction of the district hospital (CARS) finished
193.030 Provision of drinking water for 16'000 families (drilling of wells) (CARS) finished
193.024 Rehabilitation of 100 families (HELV) finished
193.023 Recontruction of 130 houses and basic infrastructure for 535 houses (HELV) finished
193.022 Implementation of a new water supply system for 2 villages (HELV) finished
193.020 Emergency aid for 7'765 families (community kitchens, drinking water, food and non-food items) (EPER) finished
193.012 Implementation of a liaison office in Thailand for processing requests for assitance resulting from Swiss individuals/organisations (SOL) finished
193.007 Phase II: Emergency aid for 20'000 persons (water tanks, hand pumps, water containers and water purifications tablets) (ADRA) finished
193.003 Emergency aid for 1448 persons (ASED) finished
192.026 Emergency aid for 2'000 families (temporary shelters, hand tool kits, etc. ) (CARS) finished
192.024 Emergency aid for 750 families (food, kitchen sets, tools and equipement for craftsmen) (SWICON) finished
192.022 Distribution of mosquito nets, health and prevention programme, creation of a communication network for the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (CRS) finished
192.021 Infrastructure rehabilitation and improvement of access to clean water (CRS) finished
192.020 Cash for Host Families (HELV) finished
192.015 Emergency aid for 8'000 persons (HELV) finished
191.035 Emergency aid for 5'000 families (shelters, water supply, etc, ) (MED) finished
191.034 Emergency aid for 2'500 families (temporary shelters, hand pomps, toilets, victuals, etc.) (FDF) finished
191.033 Protection and psychosocial support pogramme for 4'500 children (TDHL) finished
191.032 Emergency aid for 6'000 families (distribution of kitchen sets, food supplies, blankets and emergency medical supplies) (CARS) finished
191.031 Emergency aid for 5'000 families (distribution of water, hygiene and sanitary kits) (CARS) finished
191.030 Emergency aid for 2'000 families (food supplies, kitchen sets and non-food items including matresses and blankets) (CARS) finished
191.029 Emergency aid and rehabilitation assistance for 25'000 persons ("bridging support phase") (CARS) finished
191.028 Emergency aid for 2'000 families (distribution of tents, emergency medical care and transportation assistance) (CRS) finished
191.027 Emergency aid for 1360 families (temorary shelters, food supplies, latrines, household items) (CRS) finished
191.026 Emergency aid for 220'000 persons (water supply, medical assistance to the injured in the camp, malaria prevention) (CRS) finished
191.024 Emergency aid for 320 fishing families (provision of fishing boats, tools, clothes, jerrycans, etc.) (ADRA) finished
191.022 Emergency aid (food supplies, medical supplies, first aid) (EPER) finished
191.020 PHASE I: Emergency aid for 20'000 persons (water containors, hand pomps, water purification tablets) (ADRA) finished
191.018 Emergency aid for 32 transit camps (generators, bicycles, boxes, etc.) and construction of 4 community centers (SOL) finished
191.015 Emergency aid for 20'000 persons (food supplies, kitchen sets, first aid) (FDF) finished
191.008 Emergency aid for 4'500 families (food supplies, blankets, clothing, kitchen sets) (EPER) finished
191.006 Medical and sanitary assistance for 20'000 displaced persons (TDHL) finished

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Keystone

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One picture often says more than a thousand words. Thanks to the partnership with the internationally operating Swiss picture agency Keystone, Swiss Solidarity has free and rapid access to recent pictures at any time. 

The Keystone picture agency takes a Swiss view of our country and the world. A team of 20 full-time photographers throughout Switzerland as well as international partner agencies ensure that no current event is missed. As the largest picture agency in Switzerland, Keystone has an almost unending store of material on Swiss social history (around 11 million archive images).

 

Swisscom

Swisscom

A national fundraising day is unthinkable without the means of Swisscom: In six regional fundraising centers, provided by Swisscom as well, between 120 and 150 phone lines are in use. This meant that, at the Tsunami’s fundraising day, over 70’000 calls were managed. On fundraising days, this service is free of charge.

The internet as a means of communication is vital for Swiss Solidarity, too. Therefore, Swisscom supports Swiss Solidarity’s web presence year after year with a considerable contribution. Swisscom (formerly PTT) has been an abiding partner for Swiss Solidarity for over sixty years.

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Swiss Solidarity originated in 1946 from a radio show in western Switzerland – the first fundraising campaign was for the benefit of the orphans of World War II. The idea became more and more successful, and in 1983, Swiss Solidarity was granted the status of a foundation initiated by the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation SRG. Today, Swiss Solidarity is a foundation that raises funds for humanitarian relief projects and works with the SRG SSR.

On national solidarity and fundraising days, Swiss Solidarity demonstrates just what is meant by «idée suisse»: The solidarity and support of Switzerland’s entire population. This is only possible because the SRG SSR idée suisse supports Swiss Solidarity with its free broadcastings. Swiss Solidarity itself is – with a few exceptions – not a relief organization, but rather a solidarity network, cooperating with 25 relief organizations.

Additionally, the company’s entities SRF, RTS, RTR, RSI are all represented in the foundation board.