Selected Projects

DIGITAL SERVICES - A team of experienced and dynamic managers and IT experts takes care of the GFA B.I.S. portfolio of projects funded by major official development assistance (ODA) agencies worldwide. In addition, we also offer knowhow to private and public customers beyond ODA. Based on the experience of over hundred IT projects, GFA B.I.S stands for fast and professional implementation with a firm commitment to GFA’s quality standard.

Maternal Health and HIV Related Services

Country: Tanzania
Duration: 2016-2019
Client: KfW

The program aims at reducing maternal and neonatal mortality by means of providing poor pregnant women with a full health insurance cover.

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Sustainable Land Management II

Country: Ethiopia
Duration: 2016-2019
Client: KfW

The project’s approach in Ethiopia focuses on integrated and participatory watershed development and management at the grass root level.

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Support Programme for Protected Areas in the Caucasus

Country: Georgia
Duration: 2014-2019
Client: KfW

GFA B.I.S., together with GCI, was commissioned by GFA to implement a Monitoring & Evaluation System for the management of infrastructure investments.

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Set up of an Energy Information System for MEH

Country: Madagascar
Duration: 2018-2019
Client: GIZ

The objective of the project was to provide the Ministry of Energy and Hydrocarbon of Madagascar with tools for energy planning and decision making.

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Energizing Development

Country: Ruanda
Duration: 2018-2019
Client: GIZ

The solar energy market in Rwanda has expanded very quickly in the last years, making it difficult for the Government of Rwanda to track the installations and to monitor electricity access.

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Fiscal Agent Services & Procurement Advisor

Country: Cambodia
Duration: 2013-2018
Client: The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Malaria and Tuberculosis (TGF)

The FA and PA diligently oversaw, discharged and performed all services necessary to ensure that all financial as well as procurement and supply management went well.

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