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Memorandum of Understanding signed with the OECD

Memorandum of Understanding signed with the OECD

SIF is pleased to announce the signature of a Memorandum of Understanding with the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) aiming to foster co-operation in the area of infrastructure development. As part of this collaboration, SIF will integrate...

CORE TEMPLATE

CORE TEMPLATE

SOURCE is structured around a series of questions, that define a comprehensive “mind-map” of all the key issues to consider during the development of an infrastructure project. These questions vary depending on the type of project (greenfield vs....

PPF Finder

PPF Finder

Our objective has always been to help develop better infrastructure projects. SOURCE provides a comprehensive guide to all relevant aspects of project preparation and disseminates global principles, standards and good practices in a practical, digestible format,...

SOURCE 2.0

SOURCE 2.0

Executive Summary SOURCE was initiated in 2010 to fulfill a need for reliable, resource-efficient, simple, and user-friendly online software for preparing infrastructure projects. A tool was also needed to ease tracking and monitoring of projects throughout their life...

SOURCE’s servers now under UN’s jurisdiction

SOURCE’s servers now under UN’s jurisdiction

As the provider of SOURCE, a cloud-based software dedicated to the preparation of infrastructure projects for governments and multilateral organizations, the Sustainable Infrastructure Foundation (SIF) has always put data sovereignty, privacy and security at the...

2nd Annual Financing African Infrastructure conference

2nd Annual Financing African Infrastructure conference

We are delighted to announce our participation to the 2nd Annual Financing African Infrastructure conference, taking place on 13 June at BCLP's office in London. Infrastructure investment in Africa faces various challenges but the pace of development across the...

MAURITIUS SOURCE TRAINING

MAURITIUS SOURCE TRAINING

SIF would like to thank DBSA and the SADC Secretariat for making this training on SOURCE in Mauritius possible! The Mauritian Government requested that their infrastructure project Managers be trained on SOURCE and it be implemented in their different government...

NIGERIA IS THE 38TH COUNTRY IN THE WORLD TO USE SOURCE

NIGERIA IS THE 38TH COUNTRY IN THE WORLD TO USE SOURCE

Nigeria is the 38th country formed around the world on the use of the infrastructure project preparation platform, SOURCE. Thanks to IsDB and ICRC for making this training possible as well as for all the participants of the various public agencies.

With an increasing demand on government revenue due to #covid19, @ADBInstitute published a set of policy proposals to ensure #infrastructure growth while overcoming limitations in #PublicFunding.

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#COVID19 NEWS: Our Trade Finance Program (TFP) and Uzbekistan's Asia Alliance Bank signed an agreement to support trade. “We believe TFP’s role will be crucial as it brings confidence to traders during these uncertain times,” says ADB's Nana Khurodze.
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#Offgrid solar has been a boon to millions of families from Bangladesh to Kenya who have turned to the sun to power their homes, clinics, schools and businesses. Find out more: https://t.co/SCkZHfaHc5 #ESMAP #Endenergypoverty

Hydropower is the world’s largest source of #renewableenergy. That’s why our NEW handbook outlines best ways to operate and maintain hydro facilities, esp. in developing countries: https://t.co/QvKlffDoHa #endenergypoverty

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