Benin utility seeks staffing aid, anticipating new hydro

Benin utility Communaute d’Electricite du Benin (CEB) invites expressions of interest from consultants to evaluate utility staff in anticipation of CEB restructuring and the development of the 104.8-MW Adjarala hydroelectric project. Responses are due February 9.

About 80 percent of the electricity consumed in Benin is imported, with the majority of this coming from Ghana’s 1,062-MW Akosombo hydroelectric project. Benin has been preparing to develop the Adjarala project between Togo and Benin on Mono River and to improve electricity generation and transmission infrastructure. (HNN 2/16/07)

With a credit from the World Bank’s International Development Association, CEB seeks consultants to analyze its management of human resources. The consultants are to propose policies and modern tools for management, as well as new staff competencies to be acquired in light of the CEB’s strategic development plan and the imminence of the Adjarala hydroelectric installation.

Expressions of interest and qualifications are due to the address below by 5 p.m. February 9. For information, contact Monsieur le Directeur General de la CEB, Rue de la KOZAH, BP 1368, Lome, Togo; (228) 221-5795; Fax: (228) 221-3764; E-mail: dg@cebnet.org, secretariatdrh@cebnet.org, ded@cebnet.org, dap@cebnet.org.

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