Publications in MAURITANIA


United Nations
12/16/2013

In the Near East and North Africa region, the importance of addressing food security not only through increasing production but in reducing waste and losses and increasing efficiency of processing and marketing has become critical throughout the agr
World Bank
6/22/2018

Urban expansion and resettlement can be a win-win for cities and communities: Case studies from five countries
  Our planet is undergoing a process of rapid urbanization, and the next few decades will see unprecedented growth in urban areas, including in urban infrastructure. Most of the growth will take place in low-and middle-income countries.  
World Bank
6/13/2018

De-risking and remittances: the myth of the “underlying transaction” debunked
Societé Genérale Mauritanie bank branch in Nouakchott, Mauritania. ©? Arne Hoel This Saturday, June 16, we celebrate International Day of Family Remittances to recognize “the significant financial contribution migrant workers make to the wellbeing o

The New American Embassy in Nouakchott Mauritania intends to award a contract for Wastewater treatment plant BME services to the responsible company submitting an acceptable quotation at the lowest price based on the attached Statement of Work (SOW)

The New American Embassy in Nouakchott Mauritania intends to award a contract for Potable Water and HVAC Water Treatment systems services to the responsible company submitting an acceptable quotation at the lowest price based on the attached Stateme
World Bank
5/3/2018

Three years in a row: Mauritania continues to excel in its Doing Business performance
Photo: Arne Hoel Description: Fish market and vegetable market, Nouakchott. The daily catch is brought here by the fishermen’s wives and family members to sell the fish. As the World Bank Group’s flagship publication, Doing Business, celebrates its

Mauritanian HV electric transmission corridor to be surveyed
The Spectra Precision SP60 GNSS receiver has been selected to perform survey work for construction of a new 450-kilometer electric power transmission corridor.  Connecting Mauritania’s two largest cities, the capital Nouakchott and to the south Noua
Grants.gov
3/1/2017

Funding Opportunity ID: 292141 Opportunity Number: FY17-SMR-001 Opportunity Title: Annual Program Statement, U.S. Embassy to MauritaniaOpportunity Category: OtherOpportunity Category Explanation: Security, climate change, professional development,

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