Independent audit of the FLEGT timber legality assurance system in Congo
European Union
The project aims to ensure the compliance of the timber legality assurance system (TLAS) for timber produced in the Republic of Congo with the requirements of the Voluntary Partnership Agreement of the Forest Law Enforcement, Governance and Trade (FLEGT VPA) in order to contribute to the strengthening and improvement of forest governance in favour of sustainable and more transparent management of natural resources in the Republic of Congo.
Support for the development and promotion of agricultural and food products
European Union
Support to the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development (MADR) in Algeria for the development and promotion of agricultural and food products, through 5 priority areas: i) labelling of agricultural products or products of agricultural origin, ii) standardisation/development of agricultural production and products of agricultural origin, iii) launching of 'organic agriculture' certification, iv) modernisation of veterinary services, and v) modernisation of the agricultural and rural information system. As such, SOFRECO participates in: i) the strengthening of quality assurance systems for agricultural and food products, ii) the modernisation of the Algerian Veterinary Information System and the strengthening of user capacities, and iii) the improvement of the governance of the agricultural and rural information system.
Study on the integration of solar power generation into the electricity grids of Burkina Faso, Mauritania, Niger and Chad
African Development Bank
The AfDB, through the Desert to Power initiative, selected the consortium led by SOFRECO to carry out a technical study on the integration of solar power generation into the electricity grids of Burkina Faso, Mauritania, Niger and Chad.
The study aims to provide each country with a roadmap for the development of renewable energies, particularly solar energy, in the short, medium and long terms. The study aims to enable each country to define the short-, medium- and long-term investment priorities for the development of renewable energies throughout the national territory, while minimising the cost of supplying the country with electricity, within the acceptable limits of reliability.
Côte d'Ivoire
Study on the financing of higher education in Côte d’Ivoire
World Bank
The study provided by Ginger SOFRECO is part of the National Policy on Higher Education of the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research of the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire.
The general objective of this study is to develop a sustainable financing strategy for the higher education system in Côte d'Ivoire.
The mission first produces a diagnostic of the system and the challenges of financing higher education, and then proposes strategic directions and an action plan for the resource allocation, in close collaboration with the various higher education actors.
Technical assistance to the National Agency for Agricultural and Food Statistics (ANASA) – Project for support in agricultural statistics and the implementation of an agricultural land roadmap
French Development Agency
This technical assistance to ANASA aims to support the implementation of component 1 of the Support to agricultural statistics and land (ASAF) programme, i.e., ‘to support Guinea in the relaunch/redevelopment of sustainable statistical information systems in the rural sector'. The specific objectives (SO) are:
SO1: Institutional strengthening of the sector’s structures and coordination;
SO2: Establishment of the methodological bases for regular, quality statistical production;
SO3: Establishment of the sector’s baselines through the development of the National Agriculture and Livestock Census (RNAE);
SO4: Relaunch/establishment of a system for annual business and consumer surveys.
Saudi Arabia
Support of expertise for the Livestock sector development plan in AlUla County: Design, feasibility study and modelling of an abattoir and slaughtering activities
The goal of this project is to deploy a strategy for the sustainable development of the livestock sector in Alu’la County, by restructuring slaughtering activities as the first step of a larger Livestock Sector Development Plan. Component 1 (existing abattoir) involves a technical and financial feasibility study on renovating and improving the operating conditions of the existing abattoir in Al’Ula. Component 2 (future abattoir and related services) proposes scenarios for new models of abattoir services in Al’Ula County, an economic and financial analysis of the scenario, the development of precise technical specifications for the design and engineering of the new abattoir, and the related infrastructure network and services.

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