WEBINAR: Senegal Power Compact Procurement Opportunities

Monday, September 21, 2020 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

Join MCC to learn about upcoming procurement opportunities in the Senegal Power Compact.

Featured Procurement:

In December 2018, MCC and the Government of Senegal signed a new $550 million Senegal Power Compact.  Senegal is one of Africa’s fastest growing economies, and MCC is partnering with Senegal to meet the increasing demand for reliable electricity for businesses and households.  The Senegal Power Compact will support three projects focused on improving the transmission network in and around Dakar, increase electricity access in the agriculture areas of the south and central regions, and improve the overall governance of the sector.  The compact aims to increase private sector participation in the sector.

Firm to design a Public Information and Electricity Literacy Campaign: 

The selected firm will provide technical advisory services to support the development of an information, communication and education strategy and action plan and Terms of Reference for the consumer education program. The aim of this program is to increase electrical connections with the utility and distribution concessions in rural areas. The scope of services will include an analysis of the current understanding of the connection process and uses of electricity of potential customers who can be connected, an assessment of the existing institutions’ communication programs, a mapping of local players related to electrical connections, the development of a communication strategy to educate consumers, and a terms of reference for the implementation of the suggested strategy.

Remarks by: 

  • Rouguiata Bah, Associate Director, Procurement
  • Leanne Sedowski, Director, Gender and Social Inclusion

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Related Country Programs

  • Senegal Power Compact

    MCC and the Government of Senegal are partnering to spur economic growth and reduce poverty by improving Senegal’s power sector, reducing costs and expanding access to electricity for citizens and businesses.