"Jeder Rappen zählt" 2010 - Projects

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Proj. No. Theme Organisation Status
244.007 Wasserzufuhr und sanitäre Einrichtungen für die Gemeinschaften in Afghanistan (MED) running
238.001 Kindertagesstätten für Flüchtlingskinder (VM) running
237.012 Verbesserung der Gesundheit von Schwangeren und Neugeborenen (EDM) running
237.011 Schutz vor Armeerekrutierung für Kinder (SKP) running
237.010 Resozialisierungsmassnahmen für Jugendliche (TDHS) running
237.001 Eingliederungsmassnahmen zur Verminderung von Jugendgewalt (BRU) finished
236.031 Versorgung von unterernährten Kindern und Müttern (CARS) finished
236.028 Strategien gegen Minenunfälle (HI) running
236.015 Wasser und sanitäre Einrichtungen für Kinder in Afghanistan (MED) running
236.006 Unterstützung für vertriebene Kinder (CARS) running
236.005 Schulunterricht und Sensibilisierung auf gewaltfreie Konfliktlösungen (NP) finished
236.002 Gegen Armut und Aids (FXB) running
236.001 Improving Living Conditions of War affected Mothers and their Children (CARS) running
235.011 Rehabilitation of child soldiers (girls) in foster families (VSF) finished
235.010 Schutzmassnahmen und Gewaltprävention für Kinder und Jugendliche (EPER) running
235.007 Verbesserung des Vorschul- und Primarschulunterrichts (COOP) running
235.006 Protection of child soldiers and refugees (children) (TDHL) finished
235.005 Schutz von Kindern vor Kinderarbeit (TDHL) running
235.002 Hilfe für überlebende Kinder und Frauen von Gewalt und bewaffneten Konflikten (EPER) running
235.001 Medizinische Betreuung von gewaltbetroffenen Frauen und Kindern (MDM) finished
234.025 Erziehungs- und gesunheitliche Unterstützung für vertriebene Kinder (CARS) finished
234.018 Child Protection in Conflict Area (HI) finished
234.015 Verbesserung des Zugangs zu kinder- und jugendpsychiatrischen Diensten (MDM) running
234.008 Integration von ehemaligen Kindersoldaten (VSF) finished
233.023 Psychosoziale Begleitung für vom Konflikt und Gewalt betroffene Kinder, Frauen und Familien (MCP) finished
233.017 Zugang zu Schulen und Verbesserung des Unterrichts in Afghanistan (HELV) finished
233.015 Zugang zu Schulbildung, Trinkwasser und sanitären Anlagen für Kinder in ländlicher Umgebung (CARS) finished
233.013 Kinderschutz für palästinensische Flüchtlingskinder im Libanon (TDHL) finished
233.012 Schulbildung für intern Vertriebene in Kolumbien (VM) running
233.007 Nahrungsmittelhilfe und Gesundheitsversorgung für Mütter und Kinder in Afghanistan (MED) running
233.002 Psychosoziale Unterstützung von konfliktbetroffenen Kindern (CARS) finished
233.001 Early childhood education (CARS) finished
232.011 Verbesserung des Gesundheitszustandes von Kindern und Erwachsenen (CARS) finished
232.009 Psychologische Unterstützung von traumatisierten Kindern (CARS) running
232.005 Mobile chirurgische Kliniken (CBM) finished
232.004 Schutz und Förderung der Rechte der vertriebenen Kinder (TDHL) finished
232.002 Improved health for mothers and children (TDHL) finished
232.001 Verbesserung des Gesunheitszustandes von kriegsbetroffenen Kindern und ihren Müttern (TDHL) finished
231.010 Friedensabkommen mit gewalttätigen Kindern und Jugendlichen (TDHS) finished
231.005 Economic and psycho-social support for internally displaced families (TDHS) finished

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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.

SRG SSR

SRG SSR

Swiss Solidarity is a foundation, started as an initiative of the Swiss public media SRG SSR.

SRG SSR

SRG SSR

Swiss Solidarity is a foundation, started as an initiative of the Swiss public media SRG SSR.

SRG SSR

SRG SSR

Swiss Solidarity is a foundation, started as an initiative of the Swiss public media SRG SSR.

SRG SSR

SRG SSR

Swiss Solidarity is a foundation, started as an initiative of the Swiss public media SRG SSR.

Swiss Post

Swiss Post

A decade-long cooperation links Swiss Solidarity to the Swiss Post.

Free inpayment slips are available in all post offices in Switzerland. Donors can also donate directly to Swiss Solidarity via Postomat as part of a donation drive.

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.

Keystone

Keystone

 

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).