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SOFRECO is a highly international company in terms of its clients, its partners, the nationalities of its experts, its headquarters staff and its presence in numerous countries.
We have three types of clients: governments, administrations and public bodies; public and private companies; multilateral and bilateral development funding agencies.
SOFRECO employs several hundred senior and junior experts of various nationalities, the vast majority of whom are technical specialists
Independent Review of the Al Khabra Mine 2021 JORC Ore Reserves & Mineral Resources Reports (2021-2022)
SOFRECO is drafting Independent Review Reports and is signing off on the 2021 JORC Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves Reports for the Al Khabra mine.
The mineral resources and ore reserves are being reported by MWSPC under the Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Minerals Resources and Ore Reserves, the JORC Code (2012 edition), for the period ending 31 December 2021.
Millennium Challenge Corporation
Recruitment of a consultant for the implementation of an accreditation and quality management system for technical education and vocational training (2021-2023)
The objective of the service is to develop and implement a national accreditation and quality management system for TVET institutions, in collaboration with the TVET State Secretariat.
EU Education system governance and coordination “EQUIP 2”/Republic of Sudan (2021-2024)
The overall objective of the project of which this contract is a part is to ensure the right to education and to improve the basic education sector in Sudan, with particular attention to groups living in vulnerable situations, including migrants, IDPs and refugees, especially girls.
The aim of this contract is to improve the governance of the education system as well as the coordination between stakeholders (specific project objective 3).
Millennium Challenge Corporation
Design services, preparation of tender documents and supervision of works for the high voltage power transmission project (2021-2026)
The MCA - Senegal II Transmission Network Modernisation and Reinforcement Project (Transmission Project), for the benefit of SENELEC, will result in the construction of 16 km of 225 kV submarine cables, 31 km of 225 kV underground cables and 2 new 225 kV substations, as well as the installation of 5 new 80 MVA transformers.
Within the framework of this project, the Consultant is in charge of the following activities:
- Carrying out detailed designs and environmental and social impact assessments (ESIA);
- Preparation of Resettlement Action Plans (RAP) in accordance with the Resettlement Policy Framework (RPF);
- Economic and financial analysis and assistance to MCA - Senegal II in defining the monitoring and evaluation framework;
- Preparation of tender documents (including environmental, social and health and safety clauses) for the construction works and implementation of the RAP;
- Assistance in the procurement and hiring of contractors;
- Construction supervision.
Project management assistance for the extension, reinforcement and densification of the distribution networks of component 2 of NELACEP (2021-2024)
The general objective of the Niger Electricity Access project (NELACEP) is to increase access to electricity for households in order to contribute to the improvement of living conditions of populations in urban and rural areas. Component 2 of this project involves the extension and reinforcement of the distribution networks (medium and low voltage) in Niamey, in the chief towns of Niger's regions and electrification in rural areas.
Within the framework of this project, SOFRECO is carrying out the Project Management Assistance on behalf of the NIGELEC company.
Commercial viability study of a vehicle scrapyard (2021)
The Support Project for the Competitiveness of Logistics Services for Trade ($18 million) provides for the renewal of the road transport vehicle fleet in particular, enabling passenger and goods road transport companies to renew their fleets and become more competitive.
Under this component of the project aimed at setting up a system for treating and recycling vehicles that are too old and that will be taken off the road, the study aims to assess the technical and commercial feasibility of a vehicle scrapyard meeting environmental and social standards, integrating both the organisational and financial dimensions of the value chain (governance, economic model, etc.) and the technical and operational dimensions (site, process description and layouts, guide drawings of the facilities and infrastructures). It covers the vehicles that will be removed from the vehicle fleet as part of the renewal programme, as well as any other vehicles destined for scrapping according to criteria to be defined with the competent authorities.
Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Trinidad and Tobago, Suriname, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Lucia, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Jamaica, Haiti, Guyana, Grenada, Dominican Republic, Dominica, Cuba, Barbados
Developing Standard Operation Procedures (SOPs) for Climate Change Resilient Water Infrastructure (2021)
The project, conducted for the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre, consists in the stakeholders-driven development of regional standard operating procedures (SOPs) to guide and coordinate national water utilities in the development and management of water infrastructure that is resilient to climate change and natural disasters. This involves the training of both water utilities staff and wider communities in SOPs and Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) through a train-the-trainer scheme.
Evaluation of the cooperation with Bolivia in the following sectors: justice, fight against illicit drugs, water, sanitation and natural resources management (2021)
An ex-post country level evaluation assignment on the European Union's co-operation strategy with Bolivia and its implementation during the period of 2014 to 2020 to identify key lessons and recommendations in order to improve the current and future European Union's strategies, programmes and interventions on cooperation in Bolivia.
The following focal sectors were selected for intervention in Bolivia in the current Multiannual Indicative Programme (MIP), and are to be evaluated under this assignment: 1) justice reform and the fight against corruption 2) the fight against illicit drugs and control of surplus coca cultivation, and 3) water, sanitation and natural resources management.
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