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Sofreco worldwide

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.

Our clients

We have three types of clients: governments, administrations and public bodies; public and private companies; multilateral and bilateral development funding agencies.

Our teams

Ginger SOFRECO employs several hundred senior and junior experts of various nationalities, the vast majority of whom are technical specialists


Selected references
World Bank
Recruitment of a contractor to implement the Resettlement Action Plan under Phase 2 (RAP2) of the Kandadji Dam Project (2023-2028)
Project management of Phase 2A of the Resettlement Action Plan (RAP 2A) for the Kandadji Dam Project, concerning the resettlement, compensation and restoration of living standards of project-affected persons (PAPs) during the initial impoundment of the dam at level 224m, covering the municipalities of Ayorou, Dessa and Gorouol. The roles of the RAP 2A Contractor include updating the socio-economic data, support for the development of PAPs’ census cards and identity cards, coordination of resettlement site development activities, communication and the stakeholder engagement plan, complaint management, support for vulnerable PAPs, compensation/indemnities, rites of passage, relocation support, support for the restoration of living standards, support for land management, archiving and monitoring and evaluation.
World Bank
Technical Assistance to the PCU/Implementing Agencies for the Water and Sanitation Sectoral Project (2022-2027)
The purpose of this technical assistance mission is to support the Project Coordination Unit (PCU) and the executing agencies linked to the Ministry of Water and Sanitation in the implementation of the Water and Sanitation Sectoral Project (Projet Sectorielle Eau-Assainissement, PSEA).
The PSEA aims to improve access to drinking water and sanitation services in villages and rural areas in the wilayas in the South-East of the country. The PSEA also aims to strengthen the institutions of the MHA and its various organisations and to support them in the context of sectoral policy reforms.
European Union
Independent audit of the FLEGT timber legality assurance system in Congo (2022-2025)
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.
French Development Agency
Cartography of the water supply networks in the city of Enugu (2021-2025)
The objective of this mission is to provide a cartography of the water supply networks in the city of Enugu in Nigeria, based on an inventory of the existing water supply network and of its infrastructures by means of field investigations. After having defined a GIS suitable to the type of data and users, establishment of a mapping/cartography of the inventory in a GIS (on QGIS software), and provision of support to ESWC staff through training and periodic technical assistance to enable the efficient use of the GIS.
European Union
Technical Assistance for the Coordination of EU-Funded Interventions at the Lake Chad Basin (2024-2025)
The primary goal of the Technical Assistance is to strengthen coordinated action between the European Union, its development partners and the Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC) in the Lake Chad Basin region, by ensuring alignment with the EU’s overall objectives and the LCBC’s Regional Strategy. The consultant provides project management support to strengthen the implementation, monitoring and evaluation of EU-funded actions, including through regular reporting on emerging challenges encountered and suggested remedies. The Technical Assistance also focuses on capacity strengthening of the LCBC in project coordination.
Central African Republic
World Bank
Study on the updating of the Forestry Code (2023-2024)
The aim of the study is to revise the CAR's forestry code and its implementing texts in line with both the guidelines set out in the forestry policy approved in 2021 and the international commitments made by the CAR (national timber processing in line with the CEMAC decision, international Forest-Climate rules, FLEGT VPA agreements).
Cameroon, Congo, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, Central African Republic, Chad
Development of the common mining policy in the CEMAC zone (2022-2023)
Within an overall objective of developing a Strategic Framework dedicated to the emergence of a sustainable industrialisation, in service of the development of the Central African sub-region's integration, the project's specific objectives are: (i) the development of a Common Mining Policy for the CEMAC zone, (ii) development of a Strategic Plan for implementing this policy, and (iii) the identification of an appropriate Institutional Framewprk for implementing the strategic plan.
West Indies
European Union
Technical Assistance to Sint Maarten for natural disaster response and preparedness (2022-2023)
The goal is to strengthen the resilience of the population and support the Government of Sint Maarten, in particular the Emergency Operations Center (EOC), in its strategy to strengthen its institutional capacity to plan, monitor and coordinate the disaster risk response and preparedness and ensure reconstruction. Three activities are implemented: support to communities to manage the risk of natural disasters, support to the Community Emergency Response Teams (CERTs) and support to mass care distribution and evacuation.
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