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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
Evaluation of learning achievements through a reading fluency test (2011)
Setting up of a reading fluency test based on the EGRA (Early Grade Reading Assessment) protocol designed to help the Ministry of Basic and Secondary Education, Professional Education, Vocational Training and Literacy (MEBSMFPA) to progressively develop a permanent tool for monitoring educational quality.
The project also aims to strengthen national capacity in creating tests adapted to the specificities of Burundi.
French Development Agency
Recruitment of technical expertise to support the Planning and Statistics Department in the implementation of the Education Sector Investment Programme (2010-2011)
This projects aims to support the management of the educational system by improving educational statistics data collection and processing tools, and providing assistance in the study and implementation of an Education Management Information System (EMIS).
Improvement of preschool education in Serbia (2011-2014)
The IMPRES project aims at improving preschool education provision and broadening access for children, especially from disadvantaged groups. The project will support improvements in the quality of preschool curricula and expansion of the capacities of preschool institutions. The assignment includes the preparation and implementation of training programmes, advice on the improvement of preschool legislation, preschool teaching methods and the provision of preschool activities, as well as the organisation of conferences, workshops and study tours. Mobilisation of two long-term experts and multiple short-term experts.
Support to legal translators, interpreters and linguists (2010-2012)
Support to the University of Pristina (UP) to set up, strengthen and increase the sustainability and proficiency of initial and in-service training structures for translators and interpreters in a lifelong learning perspective.
The technical assistance will provide the following services:
- Institutional strengthening
- Curriculum development
- Training of trainers of professionnal translators and interpreters and training of teachers in interpretation and translation
- Study visits for trainers of interpreters and translators
- Creation of accreditation procedures
- Procurement activities to equip the UP.
Seminar on Development Aid Principles and Practices for Educational Experts (2010)
Design, organisation and evaluation of a training seminar programme on international development aid principles and bi- and multilateral donors, with special focus on education sector assistance and trends: design and development of training modules, organisation of the IT based seminar with the participation of leading international experts, evaluation of the training seminar and formulation of recommendations.
Mid-term review and final evaluation of the “Upgrading the Higher Education Sector” (UHES) Programme (2010-2011)
This mid-term and final evaluation mission has the objective to assess the progress, consistency, impact and sustainability of the project “Upgrading the Higher Education Sector” (UHES) in Syria. The mission comprises the conduct of site visits and interviews with the actors of the programme, the Ministry of Higher Education, universities, the Ministry of Education, the State Planning Commission, civil society, international partners, institutions and local experts.
Technical Assistance to the Secondary Education Support Programme (2010-2014)
Comprehensive technical assistance support to the Ministry of Education in the implementation of the Secondary Education Support Programme (SESP) aiming at reforming and upgrading the Syrian secondary education system. Services provided include capacity building and training of the Syrian staff within the Project Task Force for the planning, management, monitoring and visibility of the SESP as well as institutional support.
Study on the viability and sustainability of community and drop-in centres (2010)
Conduct of a study that will enable the INDH National Coordination to ensure that the subsidies allocated to the rehabilitation of social, cultural and drop-in centres effectively contribute to supporting access to basic services (mainly for young people, the elderly, and persons with disabilities).