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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

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

New projects 
Selected references
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.
Agri-logistical study of the distribution chains and infrastructures of urban wholesale markets in Nigeria (2023-2024)
The mission's objective is to provide the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Agriculture with strategic recommendations for structuring the supply of fresh produce to the country's six largest cities. This strategic plan aims at creating a framework for modernising the wholesale trade to supply the major cities and peri-urban areas, while ensuring the proper structuring of the Nigerian agri-food value chain.
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.
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).
European Union
Strategic study on 'Lifelong learning (LLL): what is the vision for Morocco?' (2023-2025)
The objectives of this project are to provide the main beneficiaries in Morocco (DFP/MIEPEEC and ANCLA) and the Delegation of the European Union (DUE) in Rabat with a holistic system defining the general guidelines for Morocco, as well as the management methods for providing lifelong learning. The system includes an institutional component, a governance component, steering and operational tools, a roadmap and institutional communication measures, all of which are in keeping with the guidelines of the Framework Law and aligned with European or international good practice in this area.
World Bank
Technical assistance for the participatory design of a methodological framework for the development of the National Certification and Qualification Framework (CNCQ) (2023)
The purpose of the National Certification and Qualification Framework is to make all existing qualifications in Cameroon more accessible and easier to understand.
European Union
Knowledge Hub for Expertise on Youth (2023-2026)
The Knowledge Hub for expertise on Youth provides expertise and knowledge to EC HQ services and EU Delegations worldwide in the area of youth in external action (youth participation an empowerment, as well as youth specific issues in sectoral policies). The Hub supports sector-specific policies and the formulation of actions in the area of youth and provides support on the implementation of the Youth Action Plan as well as on the management of the Youth Sounding Board for international partnerships. The Hub is a flexible mechanism which provides on demand expertise to EC staff worldwide, and to a certain extent, to Member States’ staff.
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.
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