Rural electrification works of 133 localities in Senegal with Islamic Development Bank (IsBD) financing.
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Senegal received funding from the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) and the Islamic Solidarity Fund for Development (ISFD) for the cost of the Project rural electrification of 177 villages by mini solar power plants - SE 0157-0158, and intends to use part of the funds to make contract payments for Works rural electrification of 133 villages by mini PV solar power plants.
The Senegalese Rural Electrification Agency (ASER) now invites eligible bidders - from an IDB member country, to submit an offer for the provision of services, which will consist of implementing technical solutions in the beneficiary localities. in different regions of Senegal, including all subjects of the equipment necessary for electrification.
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