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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
EC-Vietnam Strategic Dialogue Facility (2013-2016)
The overall objective of the project is to contribute to the implementation of Vietnam's five-year Socio-Economic Development Plan (SEDP, 2011-2015) through the further development of EU-Vietnam cooperation in sectors of strategic importance.
Lenders’ Technical Advisor (LTA) for a PVC/PET and Caustic Soda Project (2019-2020)
The LTA provided professional advice to the Lenders on the project in performing technical due diligence. The industrial complex consists of 6 main sections: the EDC/VCM plant, the PVC plant, the air separation plant, the ethylene terminal and cryogenic ethylene storage tank, the PET plant, and the caustic soda plant. During the review, the LTA reviewed key technical aspects, identified risk issues, and proposed an approach/mitigants to address these issues, where necessary.
Climate Friendly Agribusiness Value Chains Sector Project – CS01 Project Implementation Consultant (CFAVC CS01 PIC) (2020-2025)
Technical assistance to improve the climatic resilience of critical infrastructures for agribusiness value chains, promote climate-smart agriculture and agribusiness, and foster an environment conducive to the development of environmentally friendly agri-food businesses.
Strategic review and programming mission – Country Strategies for China and Mongolia (2005)
Overall evaluation of the European Commission’s official development assistance to China and Mongolia to enable Commission managers and officials to assess the state of implementation of the current support strategy to both countries and of their Indicative Programmes in order to prepare future interventions for the period 2007-2013 (Country Strategy Papers).
Mid-term evaluation of the Food and Nutrition Security programme in Bangladesh 2015 (2019-2020)
The Food and Nutrition Security (FNS) programme 2015 aims to improve nutrition and to promote a sustainable food security system resilient to increasing climate change-related challenges in Bangladesh.
The programme was made up of 3 components and 6 projects:
- Component 1 (EUR 8 M): Meeting the undernutrition challenge (MUCH), 01/2017-12/2020;
- Component 2 (EUR 35 M): Ending the cycle of undernutrition in Bangladesh (SUCHANA), 01/2017-12/2022;
- Component 3 (EUR 35 M): Leadership to ensure adequate nutrition (LEAN), Sustained opportunities for nutrition governance (SONGO), Joint action for nutrition outcome (JANO), and Bangladesh initiative to enhance nutrition security and governance (BlenGS), 09/2018-08/2023.
Programme for Sustainable and Inclusive Growth in the Fisheries Sector - Aquaculture Component (CapFish Aquaculture) IT3: Sector Governance and Regulations project (2022-2023)
The main activity of the services is to strengthen the sector governance, develop and implement regulations and conduct related monitoring and evaluation (M&E). This will be achieved by developing FiA aquaculture sector management capabilities, creating new and reinforcing existing aquaculture regulations for seeds (locally produced and imported), and for feed (locally produced and imported). Furthermore, actions will be organised to mitigate any negative environmental and social impacts by controlling biosecurity, including the use of chemicals, in hatcheries and farms, to collect data and monitor markets, and to control labour, licensing, farm registration, etc. Method and protocols to collect data will also be introduced.
Belgium, China, United States, Jamaica, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Philippines, Rwanda
EIDHR Evaluation on the Abolition of Death Penalty projects (2006-2007)
Support to the European Commission to improve the impact of the EIDHR (European Initiative for Democracy and Human Rights) projects supporting civil society activities aiming at the abolition of the death penalty, by strengthening the Commission’s ability to draw on lessons learnt from past and ongoing interventions for future planning, programming and project identification.
Assessment of the effectiveness and relevance of the EIDHR funded projects in support of the implementation of the EU guidelines and policy on the death penalty.
Comparative evaluation of EU human rights projects and interventions in the Philippines and Cambodia (2007)
The objective of the mission was to evaluate past and ongoing interventions in the field of Human Rights and Democratisation so that the EU Member States and the European Commission Delegations to the Philippines and Cambodia could improve their future planning, programming and practical follow-up in these fields.
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