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1.

Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e. V.

LOANS AND TRAINING FOR SMALL FARMERS

  • 6 Million
  • Sudan
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LOANS AND TRAINING FOR SMALL FARMERS
Company Name Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e. V.
Funded By 38
Country Sudan , Northern Africa
Project Value 6 Million
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Kassala is one of the least developed regions of Sudan. Low levels of rainfall and the extreme scarcity of groundwater sources make small-scale farming difficult. Yields are often insufficient to cover the nutritional needs of the population. For this reason, small farmers are being trained in improved practices and techniques for land preparation, cultivation, management, and storage. They also receive access to microfinance institutions, harvest insurance, and other consultancy services, so they are better protected right from the start. Feb 2014 project start Nov 2019 end of project 967,516 € Project Budget 2014 6,117,754 € Overall project budget

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Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e. V.

MARKET ACCESS AND FAIR PRICES FOR SMALL FARMERS

  • 2 Million
  • Kenya
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MARKET ACCESS AND FAIR PRICES FOR SMALL FARMERS
Company Name Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e. V.
Funded By 107
Country Kenya , Eastern Africa
Project Value 2 Million
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Sixty percent of the population in Kenya work in the farming sector, and suffer repeated hardships due to extreme droughts and flooding. This project in the south-east of the country, offers a consultancy service to help 55 farmers’ organisations update their knowledge and exchange information, e.g. to handle extreme weather more effectively. It also aims to facilitate access to markets, and build a lasting relationship with distributors based on offering small farmers fair prices for their goods. April 2019 project start Dec 2021 end of project 1,095,781 € Project Budget 2019 2,267,705 € Overall project budget

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Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e. V.

REVIVING A DEVASTATED AGRICULTURAL SECTOR

  • 3 Million
  • Central African Republic
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REVIVING A DEVASTATED AGRICULTURAL SECTOR
Company Name Deutsche Welthungerhilfe e. V.
Funded By 107
Country Central African Republic , Central Africa
Project Value 3 Million
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The Central African Republic currently languishing at the bottom of various hunger and poverty rankings, is making bold attempts to revive its agricultural sector - a sector which is so important for the country. In the few semi-secure areas around the capital, Bangui, Welthungerhilfe is helping with infrastructure repairs (to bridges, roads, and irrigation systems), and promoting contact between small farmers and seed merchants to boost production. Government representatives are also offered consultancy services to help them take better care of the rebuilt structures. Nov 2018 project start Oct 2021 end of project 1,000,000 € Project Budget 2018 3,000,000 € Overall project budget

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State Unitary Entity "Obu Korezi Dushanbe"

Dushanbe Water Supply and Wastewater Project

  • 32 Million
  • Tajikistan
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Dushanbe Water Supply and Wastewater Project
Company Name State Unitary Entity "Obu Korezi Dushanbe"
Funded By 106
Country Tajikistan , Central Asia
Project Value 32 Million
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The objectives of the Dushanbe Water Supply and Wastewater Project for Tajikistan are: (a) to improve reliability of water supply and wastewater services in selected areas in Dushanbe City; and (b) to improve the operational performance of the Dushanbe Water Utility. There are three components to the project, the first component being institutional strengthening, capacity building of DVK and water meters provision. The component will finance the next phase of the institutional-strengthening and capacity-building (ISCB) activities being implemented under DWSP2 and will encompass a scaled-up institutional support to improve the operational and managerial capacity of the DVK in the areas of business planning through development of 5-year business plan that would cover technical, investment planning, operations, organizational restructuring, and human resource management planning aspects, customer relations, financial systems and procedures, and technical capacity of the organization. The second component is the water and wastewater systems improvements. This component will support consultancy services for preparation of engineering designs and construction supervision, and physical investments aimed at improving priority water supply and wastewater systems in Dushanbe City. Finally, the third component is the project management. This component will finance general operating costs of the DVK and its Project Implementation Unit (PIU) to coordinate, implement, administer, and monitor the project. In addition, this component will finance technical assistance to support the PIU to (a) carry out project monitoring and evaluation (M&E) activities, (b) conduct annual audits for the project and DVK, and (c) update the existing communication including citizen engagement measures to apply transparent criteria for the grievance redress mechanisms for the project activities. Read Less»

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Company Name State Unitary Entity "Obu Korezi Dushanbe"
Address Sana Kh.H. Agha Al Nimer, Farzona Mukhitdinova
Web Site http://projects.worldbank.org/P163734?lang=en

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Government of Lesotho

Lesotho Lowlands Water Development Project - Phase II

  • 86 Million
  • Lesotho
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Lesotho Lowlands Water Development Project - Phase II
Company Name Government of Lesotho
Funded By 106
Country Lesotho , Southern Africa
Project Value 86 Million
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The development objective of the Second Phase of Lowlands Water Development Project for Lesotho are to: (a) increase water availability and access to improved water supply services in two priority zones; and (b) improve technical and financial performance of Water and Sewerage Company (WASCO).The project has four components. First component, Water Supply Investments in Zones 2 and 3 will finance a program of activities designed to improve access to reliable domestic and industrial water supply services within Zones 2 and 3, specifically the towns of Maputsoe and Hlotse, and settlements and villages along the transmission pipeline route; Second component, Capacity Building, Institutional Strengthening and Project Management will strengthen sector institutions, support implementation of the Lesotho Lowlands Water Supply Scheme (LLWSS), and develop a comprehensive Strategic Sanitation Plan through financing of consultancy services, systems, and equipment to support three broad categories of activities; Third component, WASCO Performance Improvements will support WASCO in improving its performance through a mix of institutional strengthening complemented by results-based payments with disbursement dependent on verifiable achievement of targets set in three Disbursement-linked Indicators (DLIs); Fourth component, Contingent Emergency Response Part (CERC) will provide immediate and effective response to said Eligible Crisis or Emergency, defined as an event that has caused, or is likely to imminently cause a major adverse economic and/or social impact associated with natural or manmade crises or disasters

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Company Name Government of Lesotho
Address Sanyu Sarah Senkatuka Lutalo
Web Site http://projects.worldbank.org/P160672?lang=en

6.

INNOV8 S.R.O.

New wearable measurement devices for Industry 4.0 based on gaming motion-capture system

  • 71,429
  • Slovakia
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New wearable measurement devices for Industry 4.0 based on gaming motion-capture system
Company Name INNOV8 S.R.O.
Funded By 38
Country Slovakia , Eastern Europe
Project Value 71,429
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ERGOVIAKinematix is a disruptive innovation in the area of Smart Factory targeted predominantly at automotive and mechanical engineering sectors. It is a complex HW&SW solution comprising wearable smart measuring device with sensors capable of eliminating magnetic field data infringement, high-capacity data unit with a Big-Data analytical tool and a unique software capable of real-time recognition and evaluation of biometric position of fingers (in 3D) based on globally used ergonomic methods. There is nothing comparable to our solution at the global market. The product solution is targeted at automotive and mechanical engineering sectors that comprise an estimated number of 5 000 companies in the EU, 16,3 mil. employees and about 250 automobile assembly and engine production plants in the Europe. Our solution is capable to identify manufacture efficiency increase up to 30% in terms of time and 25% in terms of manufacture efficiency (by means of lean operations elimination). Moreover, our specific approach (via ergonomic measurement) is primarily oriented on workers´ welfare and thus, reduces risks of most common occupational disease – musculoskeletal diseases. Concept of the product is based on customers´ feedback and identified market gap (absence of sensors resistant to metallic objects´ magnetic fields that influence the accuracy of measured data e.g. in engine manufacturing lines). We plan to implement the whole project within 30 months (6 months Phase I, 24 months Phase II). The expected costs of these two phases are app. 1,57 mil. EUR. By 2022 our project will generate a turnover of 8,75 mil. EUR and 25 new jobs created. Our goal is to have a 15% EU-market share in consultancy services by 2025.

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Company Name INNOV8 S.R.O.
Address Komenskeho 11 91701 Trnava
Web Site https://cordis.europa.eu/project/rcn/221404/factsheet/en

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Ministry of Housing, Facilities and Urban Communities, Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation

Establishment of a Water System for Bahr El Bakar Drain

  • 1,633 Billion
  • Egypt
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Establishment of a Water System for Bahr El Bakar Drain
Company Name Ministry of Housing, Facilities and Urban Communities, Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation
Funded By 10
Country Egypt , Northern Africa
Project Value 1,633 Billion
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A loan Agreement for KD 70 Million was signed in the Arab Republic of Egypt on the 8th of August 2018 to help finance the Establishment of a Water System for Bahr El Bakar Drain in the Arab Republic of Egypt. The loan agreement was signed by H.E. Dr. Sahar Nasr, Minister of Investment and International Cooperation on behalf of the Egyptian Government, and by H.E. Mr. Abdlatif Yousef Al-Hamad, Director General/Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Arab Fund. The project represents a main component in the program to develop the Sinai Peninsula. It aims at increasing agricultural production and re-enforcing the interconnection between the Peninsula and the Delta Region, along with the creation of additional job opportunities and the improvement of the service provided to the citizens. This will be accomplished through the transport and treatment of the wastewater from Bahr El Bakar Drain in order to provide around 5 million cubic meters per day of water suitable for agricultural use in order to irrigate around 330 thousand acres. The project includes the following main components: Construction of the basic infrastructure facilities. Consultancy services. Land acquisition. Set up of farms, cattle raising barns and agro-industrial production facilities. The loan will carry interest at 2.5% per annum and will be repayable over 30 years, including a 5 year grace period. The Ministry of Housing, Facilities and Urban Communities, and the Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation will be the beneficiary of the loan. With the signing of this loan, the Arab Fund’s total contribution to financing projects in the Arab Republic of Egypt amounts to KD 1,633 million.

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Company Name Ministry of Housing, Facilities and Urban Communities, Ministry of Water Resources and Irrigation
Address 1 Gamal Abdel Nasser Nile Corniche Warraq brief Street 35449420 (202+) Telephone 35449410 (202+) Fax
Web Site http://www.arabfund.org/Default.aspx?pageid=487&nid=608

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Electricity of Djibouti

Electricity Generation Using Geothermal Energy in Djibouti

  • 121 Million
  • Djibouti
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Electricity Generation Using Geothermal Energy in Djibouti
Company Name Electricity of Djibouti
Funded By 10
Country Djibouti , Eastern Africa
Project Value 121 Million
Project Detail

A loan Agreement for 9 KD Million was signed in Kuwait on the 17th of April 2018 to help finance a project for Electricity Generation Using Geothermal Energy in Djibouti. The loan agreement was signed by H.E. Elyas Doalah, Minister of Finance and Economy, on behalf of the Government of Djibouti, and by H.E. Mr. Abdlatif Yousef Al-Hamad, Director General/ Chairman of the Board of Directions, on behalf of the Arab Fund. The project, which is expected to be completed by the end of 2022, aims at satisfying part of the increasing demand for electrical power and energy in Djibouti, without needing to import fossil fuel. This will be accomplished through the construction of a steam power generating plant that uses the geothermal energy available at the Lake “Assal” area, and connecting it to the electrical transmission grid. The project represents the first stage of an ambitious program by the Djiboutian Government to utilize the inherent geothermal resources in the country, and its success will open the door for the contribution of the private sector in the subsequent stages of the program. The project includes the following main components: Steam Production Facilities. Power Generation Facilities. Interconnection Works. Consultancy Services. Institutional Support. The loan will carry interest at 2% per annum and will be repayable over 30 years, including a 7 year grace period. The Djiboutian Establishment for the Development of Geothermal Energy will be the beneficiary of the loan. With the the signing of the loan, the Arab Fund’s total contribution to financing projects in the Arab Republic of Djibouti now amounts to KD 121 Million.

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Company Name Electricity of Djibouti
Address Blvd of the Republic, Djibouti Phone: +253 21 35 28 51 Phone: +253 21 35 53 68 Phone: +253 21 32 93 02
Web Site http://www.arabfund.org/Default.aspx?pageid=487&nid=606

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Ashuganj Power Station Company Ltd.

Ashuganj 400MW CCPP (East) Project

  • 29 Million
  • Bangladesh
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Ashuganj 400MW CCPP (East) Project
Company Name Ashuganj Power Station Company Ltd.
Funded By 107
Country Bangladesh , Southern Asia
Project Value 29 Million
Project Detail

Project Financed : ADB >107.57 m USD, IDB:220.00 m USD Project Duration : 60 Months Project Highlights: Gross Output: 389.40 MW Net Output: 380.68 MW CCGT Configuration: Single Shaft Completion Period: 38 Months Plant Life: 25 years Objective: a. To narrow the ever increasing gap between demand and supply of electricity through gas based low-cost generation in the north-east zone of the b. To meet up increasing power demand in the country by adding local generation. c. To increase the power generation through utilization of countrys natural gas country resources available nearest to the proposed power plant site with requisite pressure. d. To accelerate the economic development of the country by adequate and reliable power generation and to support the planned target of power demand. e. To overcome the present generation shortage by increasing generation and to minimize load shedding. f. To enhance the stability and reliability of the national grid system and reduce the transmission loss by local generation. g. To increase energy efficiency of power generation. Estimated cost of the project : Total: 293,136.39, GOB: 42,0868.53,PA: 235,828.02, APSCL: 15,239.84 Date of ICB floating: - Date of tender opening: - Notification of Award (NOA): - Notification of Award (NOA): - Acceptance of NOA: - Contract Agreement: - Contractor: Commencement of early works: Date of LC opening: Date of commencement: Date of completion: June, 2020 Commercial Operation Date: Project Director: Engr. Kshitish Chandra Biswas Physical Progress : International Tender Notice (1st Stage) published in international newspaper on 12th May 2016 for the selection of EPC contractor. Contract signed with M/S Poyry Switzerland Ltd, Switzerland & Atlanta Enterprise Limited, Bangladesh for Project Implementation Consultancy Service on last 29th March 2017. Invitation for Second Stage Bids was issued on 15th October 2017 to the short listed bidders. Financial Progress: 0.077%

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Company Name Ashuganj Power Station Company Ltd.
Address Navana Rahim Ardent (Level-8) 185 Shahid Syed Nazrul Islam Sarani (Old 39, Kakrail, Bijoy Nagar) Paltan, Dhaka Phone : +880-02-9330915 Fax : +880-02-9330918
Email apscl@apscl.com
Web Site https://www.apscl.com/home/oprojects

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PT Pertamina

Balikpapan Refinery Expansion Phase I and II

  • 57,800 Trillion
  • Indonesia
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Balikpapan Refinery Expansion Phase I and II
Company Name PT Pertamina
Funded By 0
Country Indonesia , South-Eastern Asia
Project Value 57,800 Trillion
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PROJECT TYPE Refinery expansion LOCATION East Kalimantan, Indonesia EXPECTED COMPLETION Phase one: 2019, Phase two: 2021 ESTIMATED INVESTMENT IDR57.8bn ($4bn) DEVELOPER PT Pertamina CONTRACTORS SK Engineering & Construction, Hyundai Engineering, PT Rekayasa Industri, PT PP (Persero), WorleyParsons Balikpapan refinery, located on Borneo Island in East Kalimantan, Indonesia, is being expanded by its owner PT Pertamina (Persero) in order to increase its capacity by adding new processing units. The expansion project is part of the IDR246.2trn ($17bn) Refinery Development Master Plan (RDMP) programme launched by the Indonesian government to revamp and upgrade five refineries in the country. The facilities to be updated are the Cilacap refinery in Central Java, the Balongan refinery in West Java, the Dumai refinery in Riau, the Balikpapan refinery in East Kalimantan and the Plaju refinery in South Sumatra. The RDMP will improve the country’s energy security, as well as increase the production capacity of the refineries by 150%. The Balikpapan expansion will see production rise from 260,000 barrels per day (bpd) to 360,000bpd and enable the refinery to produce high-quality fuels of Euro V standard. The project will be undertaken in two phases with a total estimated investment of IDR57.8bn ($4bn). The first phase is expected to be completed by the end of 2019, while the second phase is targeted for completion in 2021. Balikpapan refinery expansion details The Balikpapan refinery expansion project will add a residual fluid catalytic cracker (RFCC) unit with design capacity of 90,000 barrels per stream per day (bpsd), a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) sulphur removal unit, a propylene recovery unit and a 80,000bpsd middle distillate hydrotreater. There will also be units for naphtha hydrotreating, continuous catalytic reforming, alkylation, kerosene hydrotreating, diesel hydrotreating and hydrogen production, as well as a steam methane reformer (SMR) with a capacity of 120,000Nm³/h. Other units planned to be added to the refinery will be an isomerisation unit, saturated gas concentration unit (GCU), amine treater and regenerator, as well as caustic and LPG treaters. The new units will be built on 75ha of land. The gasoline produced by the RFCC unit will be processed in a selective hydrogenation unit (SHU) with a capacity of 48,000bpsd, using Axen’s Prime-G+TM technology to produce ultra-clean gasoline. The existing vacuum distillation unit (VDU), crude distillation unit (CDU), hydrocracker unit (HCU) and LPG recovery units will also be upgraded as part of the project. The production of Euro V gasoline, diesel and LPG will increase respectively by 100,000bpd, 30,000bpd and 930t per day. Infrastructure facilities Pertamina will upgrade the Lawe-Lawe terminal to add the facilities and infrastructure required for the units. A single point mooring system and a pipeline end manifold capable of handling crude carriers with 320,000DWT will be developed. In addition, a sulphur jetty, a jetty extension area, mooring dolphins and shipping navigation assistance facilities will be developed. A 20in diameter onshore pipeline from the Lawe-Lawe terminal to the Panajam terminal and a 52in diameter offshore pipeline from Panajam terminal to Balikpapan refinery will also be constructed. Other infrastructure facilities planned to be added to the refinery are a water treatment plant, steam and power generation plant, as well as an instrument air and nitrogen unit and tankage system, consisting of two new crude storage units with a capacity of 100 million barrels. Site development work covering an area of 97,936m², construction of 11,351m² of workshops and a warehouse covering 24,240m² are also part of the project. Contractors involved Four companies including SK Engineering & Construction, Hyundai Engineering, PT Rekayasa Industri and PT PP (Persero) are jointly undertaking the project. WorleyParsons was contracted to provide project management consultancy services for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) packages. Pertamina licensed Axens Technologies and Air Liquide Engineering & Construction’s process technologies for the new units. WIKA was awarded the contract for site development and construction of the jetty, while Bechtel International carried out the front-end engineering design studies for the Balikpapan refinery expansion.

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Company Name PT Pertamina
Address Jl. Medan Merdeka Timur 1A Jakarta 10110 Indonesia Phone: 1-500-000
Email pcc@pertamina.com
Web Site https://www.hydrocarbons-technology.com/projects/balikpapan-refinery-expansion/

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