Aninver awarded new contract with IFC in Togo and Benin
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has awarded a new contract to ANINVER to perform a Feasibility Study of Markets in Benin and Togo
The International Finance Corporation (IFC) has awarded a new contract to ANINVER to perform a Feasibility Study of Markets in Benin and Togo. IFC is developing a project to help facilitate the development, construction and operation of modern covered markets for traders currently retailing in the open, makeshift structures in Cotonou, Benin and Lome, Togo.
As part of this assignment, IFC would like to explore the opportunity to develop this retail property market (RPM) project under a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) scheme. To attract the best private partners to the project, and to structure the PPP appropriately, IFC has hired ANINVER to conduct a feasibility study of the markets.
ANINVER has already work experience in these two countries. In Cotonou, the firm performed a feasibility study for a new mixed use real estate development for the Islamic Development Bank and for the World Bank ANINVER worked in a Stakeholders analysis related to coastal erosion in Togo, Benin, Ghana and Côte d'Ivoire.
The study has a duration of two months and a budget of USD 89,070.