AMEA Africa Developments signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Water, Irrigation and Energy (MoWIE) for the potential development of an Independent Power Producers (IPP) 300 MW Wind Power Plant in Ethiopia

The three-year USAID-funded Further Advancing the Blue Revolution Initiative (FABRI) program addressed critical issues that are driving change in the Middle East and Africa, including water as it plays a key role in the political, economic and social lives of nations and people

Building on previous efforts to develop water and wastewater operator training and certification programs in Jordan and Egypt, the USAID Office of Middle East Programs (OMEP)  funded a two-year program named Improving Water and Sanitation Services in the MENA Region (IWSMR).

As a subcontractor to Deloitte on this project, we formulated a gender responsive Technology Road Map for the implementation of Climate Action Plans by the State of Palestine, through the Environment Quality Authority (EQA)

German financial cooperation (FC), through KfW Development Bank (KfW) and under a Joint Financing Agreement (JFA) with other donors, co-finances a portion of the Development Budget of the Palestinian Education Sector Strategic Plan (ESSP). The JFA is implemented by the Palestinian Ministry of Education (MOE)

A private sector development company signed a Power Purchase Agreement (PPA) for the development of a power plant in Burkina Faso. PowerChina was appointed as the EPC contractor the project development. IFC are the financing institution for the project. PowerChina appointed ECO Consult to support in certain E&S studies

The concession includes the rehabilitation, management and operation of Berth 5 to include: (i) upgrade of the quay (230m in length), (ii) expansion of the terminal’s capacity from 250k TEU to 410k TE; (iii) replacement of 2 existing cranes; and (iv) increase the terminal’s area from 10 ha to 24 ha

The Government of Jordan embarked on a strategy to attract Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) in various sectors to develop its infrastructure and enhance the efficiency and quality of the services provided to its citizens