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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
Strengthening the capacity of civil society organisations (2020-2021)
The global objective is to increase local CSOs’ capacity to perform their roles as independent development actors more efficiently.
The specific objectives are to: (i) improve CSOs’ capacity in proposal writing, general project management including financial aspects, and the management of EU grant contracts, and; (ii) improve CSOs’ capacity in management and advocacy with particular attention to the Sustainable Development Goals.
Technical assistance in support of the implementation of the project to support competitiveness and regional integration (PACIR2) (2019-2022)
The overall objective is to help improve the competitiveness of the private sector and its production, processing and export capacities, to encourage Côte d’Ivoire’s integration in regional and global trade.
Democratic Republic of the Congo
Technical assistance to the Directorate-General for Planning and Development (2014-2015)
The general objective is to improve the budget performance and cross-functional monitoring of the strategy for the cluster-based diversification of the economy.
The specific objectives are to:
- Support the establishment of a budget based on programme objectives;
- Support Congolese authorities in the monitoring and cross-functional implementation of the strategy for the cluster-based diversification of the economy;
- Improve budget implementation control.
Participatory evaluation of the capacities of the actors involved in implementing the sectoral programmes of the third Senegal-Luxembourg Indicative Programme for Cooperation (2013-2014)
The general objectives of the evaluation are to:
- Evaluate the accounting and financial planning, implementation, reporting/M&E and budget control capacities of the national partner institutions in the implementation of PIC III sectoral programmes;
- Evaluate the contracting capacities of the institutions in charge of public procurement and financing agreements with state partner organisations.
Capacity building of the Directorate General for Taxation, of the Petroleum Revenue Oversight and Control Committee (CCSRP) and of the Chamber of Audit (2013-2014)
Capacity building support for the staff of taxation and audit administrations (the Directorate General for Taxation, the Petroleum Revenue Oversight and Control Committee (CCSRP) and the Chamber of Audit).
Support to Federal Medium Term Budgetary Framework (MTBF) Reforms (2012-2013)
The project's objective was to ensure that public expenditure of the federal government is better aligned with government strategies. The specific objective was to build the capacity of the Finance Division of the Ministry of Finance, and support the sustainability of MTBF & MTEF reforms by ensuring that federal government staff have the skills and knowledge to carry them through.
Implementation of a public investment management system - Project to support capacity building in public finance (PARCAFIP) (2012-2013)
Improvement of public investment management through the design of programming/budgeting tools, procedures manuals for project preparation and selection, investment expenditure programming, and regularly updated databases to monitor the projects' physical and financial progress.
Provision of a Central Technical Assistance Team (CTAT) to support the implementation of the Kenya Municipal Programme (2013-2015)
The Government of Kenya, the Client, with support from the World Bank, AFD, and Sida, has initiated a 5-year Kenya Municipal Programme (KMP). The overall objective of the KMP is to strengthen local governance and improve urban service delivery.
The KMP is being implemented in 15 urban municipalities by the Ministry of Local Government (MoLG), through four components:
1. Institutional restructuring and empowering local governments;
2. Participatory strategic planning for urban development;
3. Investment in infrastructure and service delivery; and
4. Programme management, monitoring and evaluation.
The objective of the assignment is to support the MoLG in strengthening its capacities to support the municipalities in the implementation of the KMP, and to play its role as regulator and facilitator of local authorities.
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