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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
Near East and North Africa
Recruitment of a technical assistance team for the specific support programme for surveillance and supervision of the market (2017-2020)
The objective of PASSEM is to build the capacity of the chain of actors involved in market surveillance and consumer protection, via four focuses: 1) improvement of the legal and institutional framework, 2) capacity building of market surveillance authorities and control laboratories, 3) support to non-state actors engaged in consumer protection and quality promotion issues, 4) adherence and mobilisation of stakeholders for the achievement of the results and project visibility. The TA activities target 3 categories of actor and must enable the achievement of three key results: 1) The strategic vision of the Ministry of Trade integrates European good practices in the field of market surveillance, and leads to a revision of the legal and organisational framework, 2) The capacities of the market surveillance authorities and control laboratories are strengthened in terms of management, training, investigation techniques, selection of equipment and pooling of information resources; 3) Non-state actors (socio-professional organisations and consumer protection associations) play their role in the market surveillance system.
Independent Review of the Al Khabra Mine 2021 JORC Ore Reserves & Mineral Resources Reports (2021-2022)
SOFRECO is drafting Independent Review Reports and is signing off on the 2021 JORC Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves Reports for the Al Khabra mine.
The mineral resources and ore reserves are being reported by MWSPC under the Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Minerals Resources and Ore Reserves, the JORC Code (2012 edition), for the period ending 31 December 2021.
Needs assessment for the protection of vulnerable migrants (2020-2022)
The overall objective of this mission is to strengthen the European Union's support to protect migrants in Tunisia.
Mid-term evaluation of the Programme to support and modernise the security sector in Tunisia (PARMSS) (2020-2021)
The systematic and relevant evaluation of its programmes and activities is an established priority of the European Commission. The evaluation focuses on an analysis of outputs and the achievement and quality of the results of the actions, in the context of a constantly evolving cooperation policy with an increasing focus on results-based approaches and the contribution to the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals.
Independent review of the 2020 JORC Ore Reserves and Mineral Resources Reports for the Al Khabra Mine (2020)
SOFRECO is drafting Independent Review Reports (mid-year and end-year) and is signing off on the 2020 JORC Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves Reports for the Al Khabra mine.
The mineral resources and ore reserves are being reported by MWSPC under the Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Minerals Resources and Ore Reserves, the JORC Code (2012 edition), for the period ending 31 December 2020 (January to September with actual data, and October to December with forecasted data).
Support for the creation of a national agency for evaluation and accreditation in the field of higher education and scientific research (EMORI - lot ANEA) (2020-2021)
The technical assistance project for the creation of a national agency for evaluation and accreditation (ANEA) is part of the Programme to support education, mobility, research and innovation (EMORI), and aims to improve the employability of young graduates through the better governance and quality of the national higher education and scientific research system and the strengthening of its position at national and international level in Tunisia.
Cement and Steel Sectors Competitiveness Study (2020)
This study aimed to examine the steel and cement sectors in Afghanistan with a particular focus on the competitiveness of production firms, their contribution to the country's economic growth, and obstacles to their development.
The information was gathered through questionnaires and interviews carried out with different actors of the sectors such as production factories, construction firms, importers/exporters, chambers of commerce and ministries.
The final report described the situation of both sectors and included recommendations for their future development.
Setting up facilities to support young people and civil society, capacity strengthening, and developing an observatory function in respect of youth policies (2016-2019)
Objective: support the Algerian government in its national policy to support young people and their job prospects and integration, as well as to assist civil society’s efforts to improve measures to take account of young people in society.
Services delivered: institutional capacity building (training, study trips, work placements, advisory-support), creation and activation of pilot structures (local cross-sector 'one-stop-shops') for the socio-economic integration of young people from 16-35 years old; creation and activation of pilot structures (regional pools of associative resources and experts) to support and build the capacity of civil society in respect of young people.
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