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  1. may 2022

Sweco is part of a new framework agreement with Danida Sustainable Infrastructure Finance

Sweco has won a new framework agreement with Danida Sustainable Infrastructure Finance funded by Investment Fund for Developing Countries (IFU). As technical advisor, Sweco will provide services within water, wastewater, energy, and climate having project sustainability as an integral part of the activities to be carried out.

Sweco Denmark has worked as technical advisor in developing countries all over the world for more than 40 years. The latest projects include a large-scale road building project in Nepal, a wastewater project in Pakistan and an urban development project in Mongolia.

Now, Sweco has signed a new four-year long framework agreement with Danida Sustainable Infrastructure Finance (DSIF) with a total value of 70 million Danish kroner.

”We are very pleased to be part of the new framework agreement with DSIF who is such an engaged client. DSIF is driven by strong values focused on making lasting sustainable impact through their projects and in promoting innovative solutions,” says Raquel Alvarez, Business Development and Project Manager in Sweco.

Holistic approach to sustainability

DSIF is a loan facility under IFU aiming to finance sustainable infrastructures in developing countries that can also contribute to the UN Sustainable Goals. Therefore, projects funded under the loan facility have a strong focus on sustainability in its many variations covering technical, environmental, political, economic, and social aspects.

The projects will be implemented in DSIF partner countries, which cover 19 countries across Africa, Asia, and Latin America. Under the previous framework agreement Sweco’s consortium provided services in Bolivia, Mali, and in Pakistan.

Danida projekt

  1. maj 2022

Sweco med i ny rammeaftale med Danida Sustainable Infrastructure Finance

Sweco har indgået en ny fireårig rammeaftale med Danida Sustainable Infrastructure Finance finansieret af Investment Fund for Developing Countries (IFU). I aftalen skal Sweco levere rådgivning om vand, spildevand, energi og klima med projektbæredygtighed som omdrejningspunkt for alle aktiviteter.

I mere end 40 år har Sweco Danmark arbejdet som rådgiver på store projekter i udviklingslandene over hele verden. De seneste projekter omfatter bl.a. et stort vejprojekt i Nepal, et spildevandsprojekt i den pakistanske millionby Lahore og byudvikling i Mongoliets næststørste by.

Nu har rådgiveren indgået en ny rammeaftale med Danida Sustainable Infrastructure Finance (DSIF) til en samlet værdi af 70 mio. kr.

”Vi glæder os over det fortsatte samarbejde med DSIF, der er en meget aktiv og tilstedeværende kunde. DSIF er drevet af stærke værdier, ønsker at promovere innovative løsninger og optaget af at skabe varig bæredygtig effekt i deres projekter,” siger Raquel Alvarez Business Development and Project Manager i Sweco.

Helhedsorienteret tilgang til bæredygtighed

I den nye politik for den danske udviklingsbistand er det afgørende, at projekterne understøtter FN’s verdensmål. Derfor skal projekter, der er støttet af DSIF arbejde med bæredygtighed i dets mange varianter – lige fra teknisk og miljømæssig bæredygtig til politisk, økonomisk og social bæredygtighed.

Udviklingsprojekterne bliver implementeret i DSIF partnerlande, som omfatter 19 lande på tværs af Afrika, Asien og Latinamerika. I den foregående rammeaftale leverede Swecos konsortium rådgivning i projekter i Bolivia, Mali og i Pakistan.

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