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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
Uzbekistan
World Bank
Technical assistance on the Horticulture Development Project (HDP) – Horticulture technology component (2020-2023)
Technical assistance to the Agroindustry and Food Security Agency of Uzbekistan for the modernisation and development of the horticultural sector through the enhancement of production, post-harvest handling (PHH), storage and packaging technologies throughout the fruit and vegetable value chains.
Burkina Faso
World Bank
Technical assistance to improve sanitary and phytosanitary (SPS) management (2020-2022)
Support to the Directorate of plant protection and packaging (DPVC) to strengthen the existing phytosanitary system, specifically by facilitating the assessment of SPS risks in rice import and by supporting mango exporters to comply with EU SPS rules.
Myanmar
Asian Development Bank
Climate-Friendly Agribusiness Value Chains Sector Project (CFAVC) - Project Implementation Consultants (2020-2026)
The Climate Friendly Agribusiness Value Chains Sector Project (CFAVC) aims to create an enabling environment that reduces the incidence of poverty, malnutrition and food insecurity among the rural poor. The Project Implementation Consultant (PIC) is providing management and technical assistance in the implementation of the project, strengthening the technical and management capacities of the participating government agencies and project stakeholders, and ensuring compliance with the financing agreement and government policies.
Guinea
French Development Agency
Technical assistance to the National Agency for Agricultural and Food Statistics (ANASA) – Project for support in agricultural statistics and the implementation of an agricultural land roadmap (2020-2024)
This technical assistance to ANASA aims to support the implementation of component 1 of the Support to agricultural statistics and land (ASAF) programme, i.e. ‘to support Guinea in the relaunch/redevelopment of sustainable statistical information systems in the rural sector'. The specific objectives (SO) are:
SO1: Institutional strengthening of the sector’s structures and coordination;
SO2: Establishment of the methodological bases for regular, quality statistical production;
SO3: Establishment of the sector’s baselines through the development of the National Agriculture and Livestock Census (RNAE);
SO4: Relaunch/establishment of a system for annual business and consumer surveys.
Algeria
Others
Programme for the Global GAP and organic quality certification of Biskra dates (2020-2021)
The overall objective of the mission consists of supporting the target groups (100 producers and 10 packers) of the wilaya of Biskra for the organic and Global GAP certification of dates on date palms and packaged dates. The certifications sought concern target groups or individuals.
Saudi Arabia
Others
Support to the Ministry of Industry and Mineral Resources (2020)
The main objective of this consultancy assignment was to support the MIMR in the alignment of the mining strategy.
Madagascar
European Union
Final evaluation of the 'Support for the semi-industrial processing of sugar cane' project (2020)
The objective of this mission was to evaluate the achievement of the objectively verifiable indicators and the quality of the results: contribution to the impact, effects, results and outcomes of the actions led in the framework of the AMS 2013, Result 1. The analysis also aimed to: i) capitalise on lessons learned and good practices; ii) identify strengths and possible constraints encountered in implementation and formulate recommendations that could improve present and future EU-funded actions; and iii) provide explanations of the cause-effect relationships between the inputs and activities and the outputs, results and impacts.
Laos
Asian Development Bank
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.
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