Consulting - Engineering - Training
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References by field of expertise
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

Latin america and the Caribbean

Selected references
European Union
Scaling Up Community-led Tourism Development in Guyana (2023-2024)
The action supports the Guyana Tourism Authority in the implementation of the Guyana Community-led Tourism Framework. The objective is to create alternative livelihood opportunities for young people and women in indigenous communities through the establishment of sustainable tourism enterprises led and owned by the communities.
European Union
Presidential and Legislative Elections - EU Election Expert Mission (EU EEM) (2011)
The purpose of this expert mission was to collect factual information concerning the election process, in line with the criteria contained in the Commission Communication on Electoral Assistance and Observation. The mission also aimed to produce a strategic analysis and reports on the ongoing electoral processes, and to provide inputs for electoral reform as well as confidence-enhancing approaches, during and after the elections.
Inter-American Development Bank
Technical assistance to the Belize Shrimp Cluster for a biosecurity risk assessment and Biosecurity Aquaculture Zone Management Plan (BAZMP), and related capacity building (2019-2021)
The main objective of this consultancy is to develop a Biosecurity Aquaculture Zone Management Plan (BAZMP) for Belizean shrimp growers and other key industry players, by first conducting a Biosecurity Risk Assessment to identify disease risks and gaps in biosecurity measures. The consultancy will also provide technical assistance to improve pathogen monitoring and surveillance, including a system/methodology for monitoring data collection and epidemiological data analysis, along with relevant staff training and recommendations for legislative changes.
European Union
Technical assistance to the Government of Jamaica to implement accrual accounting based on the International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) in 14 local authorities (2019-2022)
The overall objective of the project is to implement accrual accounting based on the International Public Sector Accounting Standards (IPSAS) and in accordance with Section 7 of the Local Government Financing & Financial Management Act 2016 in 14 local authorities in Jamaica.
French Guiana
Mineral Resource Estimation for Yaou & Dorlin / Scoping Study (2018)
The objectives of phase 1 were to collect the data/documents in Auplata’s possession that were relevant to carry out the geological and mining studies, and more generally, the studies needed to develop the deposits of Yaou, Dorlin, Dieu Merci, Couriège, Bon Espoir and Iracoubo Sud, and to create a documentary database integrating these data/ documents.
The objective of the second phase was to define the optimal methodology to obtain the resources indicated for Auplata’s deposits (Yaou, Dorlin, Dieu Merci, Couriège, Bon Espoir and Iracoubo Sud). Here ‘optimal methodology’ means a methodology maximising the chances of achieving the objective, i.e. obtaining the resources indicated, in a cost-effective manner.
French Guiana
Valuation of the Yaou and Dorlin gold mines (2017)
The objective of SOFRECO’s mission was to prepare a Scoping Study (in accordance with the JORC) for the mining of the Yaou and Dorlin deposits.
West Indies
Technical Assistance to the Caribbean Development Bank’s Climate Action Line of Credit - Phase 1 (2013-2014)
The objective of the technical assistance (TA) is to contribute to the Climate Resilience Strategy of the Caribbean Development Bank and its Borrowing Member Countries by building in-house capacity, knowledge and skills in the field of climate change. The programme aims to improve and speed up the use of funding from the Climate Action Line of Credit (CALC) as well as climate resilience actions in the Borrowing Member Countries (BMCs) of the CDB.
The present assignment will undertake a preliminary assessment identifying capacity building needs and the necessary operational policy improvements. It will also carry out a gaps and needs analysis of the CDB’s and BMCs’ climate resilience efforts, taking into account the multiple programmes and efforts ongoing in the region. Three projects in the investment pipeline will also be prepared and improved with a view to financing under the CALC.
Enterprise Competitiveness for Export Development (2005-2006)
The objective of the consultancy was to support the IDB and the Government of Guyana in identifying policy recommendations and associated investments to help strengthen the development of competitive, export-oriented enterprises in Guyana. Key areas of policy interest were:
framework for export promotion,
access to financing,
technological and business development services,
labour skills,
physical infrastructure
trade negotiation.
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