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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
Comparative evaluation of EU human rights projects and interventions in the Philippines and Cambodia (2007)
The objective of the mission was to evaluate past and ongoing interventions in the field of Human Rights and Democratisation so that the EU Member States and the European Commission Delegations to the Philippines and Cambodia could improve their future planning, programming and practical follow-up in these fields.
Venezuela, Switzerland, Slovakia, Norway, Austria, Italy, Ireland, Hungary, Greece, Finland, Estonia, Spain, Belgium, Bangladesh
EIDHR-Evaluation of 2 projects of support for Election Observation Missions and training for domestic observers organisations (2007)
Evaluation of the last 2 NEEDS (Network of Europeans for Electoral and Democracy support) projects for the EC and recommendations for the future project concerning the training of EU Electoral Observation Mission experts and observers, support and technical assistance to Domestic Observers Organizations (DO) and methodological support for EU EOMs.The assignment included drafting Terms of References for a future call for tender in the same field.
French Development Agency
Technical Assistance for the Preparation of a Future Law on the Development of the Rubber Sector (2012-2013)
Preparation of a draft law on legislation applicable to Cambodian rubber cultivation for the effective management of the sector.
Strategic review and programming mission – Country Strategies for China and Mongolia (2005)
Overall evaluation of the European Commission’s official development assistance to China and Mongolia to enable Commission managers and officials to assess the state of implementation of the current support strategy to both countries and of their Indicative Programmes in order to prepare future interventions for the period 2007-2013 (Country Strategy Papers).
Institutional Support to Vietnam (2006-2009)
The overall objectives of the Institutional Support Project (ISP) to Vietnam are to support ongoing reforms towards transparent and accountable governance based on the rule of law, thus contributing to the implementation of the Poverty Reduction and Growth Strategy.
The specific objectives of the project are to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the legislative, legal and judicial institutions of Vietnam, in particular to satisfy conditions for international integration (e.g. WTO accession) and transition to a market economy.
Mid-term evaluation of the EU-China Social Security Reform Cooperation Project (2009)
The objective of the mid-term evaluation was to check the achievements of the EU-China Social Security Reform Cooperation Project that aimed to support the transition to a sustainable social security system in China guaranteeing accessible, adequate and affordable social security benefits to all Chinese citizens. It consisted of two components:
Component 1: Social Security Policy Development,
Component 2: Social Security Systems and Administration.
Efficiency Improvement and Connectivity Strengthening in the Archipelagic Southeast Asia Project (Energy Component) (2008-2009)
The interconnection of the West Kalimantan and Sarawak segment should entail the construction of a 275-kV power transmission line over a distance of about 200km, The Consultant will:
- Review the existing Trans-Borneo Power Grid Development and Energy Trading Study (Fichtner 2004);
- Finalise the basic design of the interconnection grid and review the technical, economic, financial, organizational, regulatory and legal aspects (the study should cover the period 2008-2020);
- Prepare the prequalification and bidding documents for the transmission line, substations and all required equipment for the synchronisation and operation of the Trans-Borneo Power Grid.
French Development Agency
Feasibility study of capacity building project for the Bolovens Plateau coffee value chain (2009)
The Project’s goal is to sustainably increase the capacities of Lao coffee value chain actors, particularly small-scale producers, in order to improve conditions (volume, quality and listing) of coffee commercialisation and ensure a better distribution of value added along the value chain.
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