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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


Economics and statistics

Selected references
Tunisia
European Union
Technical assistance to support the implementation of EU cooperation programmes in Tunisia (2023-2028)
The aim of the Technical Cooperation Facility (TCF) is to increase the effectiveness of the EU Delegation and its partners in implementing current and future EU cooperation programmes in Tunisia.
The specific objectives of this contract are as follows: (i) Strengthen the various phases of the cooperation project cycle (including the formulation, identification, implementation and monitoring of programmes and projects), (ii) Strengthen political dialogue (and sectoral political dialogue) between the EU and Tunisia, (iii) Strengthen the capacity of line ministries and other stakeholders to implement and monitor programmes, and (iv) Facilitate the coordination and visibility of the Team Europe Initiatives (TEI) and other joint initiatives.
India
European Union
Trade and Innovation Support in India (2023-2026)
The objective of the project is to reinforce EU-India cooperation on trade, innovation and digitalisation in line with mutually agreed priorities.
Under Component 1, the project supports the three streams of EU-India negotiations (a Free Trade Agreement, a Geographical Indications Agreement and an Investment Protection Agreement). The support is provided through sectoral studies, stakeholder consultations, communication, policy advocacy, technical/legal analysis of market access barriers, etc., as well as via the support to the establishment of an EU-India Chamber of Commerce. Under Component 2, the project supports the Trade and Technology Council and the Connectivity Partnership. The action assists in mapping the Indian needs and matching European offers in priority sectors and developing tools to facilitate assessment and access to the Indian markets for European incubators, accelerators and small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The project also aims to design and create a sustainable and effective online platform connecting the two ecosystems.
Tunisia
European Union
Technical Assistance to the Justice Reform Support Programme Phase 3 (ATPARJ III) (2021-2024)
Contribute to the implementation of the justice reform strategy and to the objectives set out in PARJ III. The overall objective of PARJ III is to help consolidate the Rule of Law and good governance in Tunisia. In the framework of the 2016-2020 Action Plan, the programme has three specific objectives: (i) Strengthen the independence and impartiality of jurisdictional authority; (ii) Support the justice and penitentiary reform process (particularly in civil and commercial matters) by building the institutional and operational capacities and skills of the beneficiaries, to achieve a more efficient and better quality justice system; (iii) Strengthen access to a quality system of law and justice for all with a specific focus on the rights of women, children and people living in vulnerable situations.
Botswana
European Union
Technical Assistance to the Implementation of the Support Programme to Job Creation and Investment Climate in Botswana (2021-2024)
The project's overall objective is to support economic diversification and job creation in Botswana.

The project's specific objective is to provide technical assistance and policy advice to the Government of Botswana in order to:
• Improve Botswana’s business environment and investment climate.
• Upgrade Botswana’s tourism value chain in sustainable tourism patterns.
Kenya
European Union
Support to the National Judicial and Legal Aid Service of the Department of Justice under the Programme for Legal Empowerment and Aid Delivery (PLEAD) (2020-2024)
The purpose of this contract is to support the Kenyan Department of Justice in the implementation of the newly adopted Legal Aid Act and to support the overall coordination of and collaboration between actors in the Programme for Legal Empowerment and Aid Delivery (PLEAD). The objective of the PLEAD, of which this contract is a part, is to develop an integrated approach at the central and local levels aimed at achieving equality for all before the law, through improved access to and the expeditious delivery of justice, particularly in high-risk counties in Kenya.
Morocco
European Union
Technical assistance for the implementation of the Government Plan for Equality II (2021-2024)
The objective of this EU support programme is to help improve the conditions for promoting equality and fairness between women and men in Morocco through: (i) support for monitoring the implementation of PGE II, (ii) capacity building of the partner ministerial departments, (iii) the development of knowledge on the topic of promoting equality, (iv) contributing to communication on EU support in terms of promoting equality.
Cameroon
European Union
Competitiveness Support Facility for Cameroon (DACC) (2020-2023)
The Competitiveness Support System in Cameroon (DACC) aims to strengthen Cameroon's economy and jobs creation by improving the competitiveness of the private sector and the capacity of enterprises to integrate into regional and international value chains, and take advantage of new trade agreements such as the Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA).
The support is demand driven and is being implemented directly by a long term TA/PMU team and by short term technical experts, mainly through institutional capacity building of Intermediary Organisations representing the private sector.
Georgia
European Union
Support on the public administration reform in Georgia (PAR) (2019-2023)
The overall objective of the programme, which includes this contract, is to improve the efficiency, accessibility, accountability and transparency of the Georgian Public Administration in accordance with European principles of Public Administration and best practices.
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