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					Name                         Eddy BYNENS
Date of birth                25 September, 1948
Nationality                  Belgian
Education                    Civil Engineer
                             University of Gent, Belgium (1971)


                             Master of Science in Management,
                             Boston University, Brussels, Belgium (1988)


Main technical experience    Design and supervision of the construction of roads and
                             buildings
Special competence           Rational use of local resources: human resources (through the
                             use of labor based technology) and local materials.
                             Institutional aspects of infrastructure provision:
                             organizational set-up, management, use of computers,
                             training, community participation. Formulation and
                             evaluation of projects, TA.



Professional experience:
Since February 1992:
  Manager of Bynens Development Consulting bvba (founded 1992), an independent
  consulting company for Multilateral Organizations, Bilateral Development Co-operation
  Organizations and Engineering Consulting Companies.
October 1983 to January 1992:
  At M+R International, a Brussels based international consulting company, consecutively
  Adviser to the General Management, Deputy General Manager and General Manager.
  Frequent consultancy missions to Africa, the Middle East and South East Asia.
January 1976 to October 1983:
  Employed by CEBTP (Centre Expérimental du Bâtiment et des Travaux Publics) Paris-
  France, as road engineer on different road projects in Ivory Coast, first in LBTP
  (Laboratoire du Bâtiment et des Travaux Publics) later in DCGTX (Direction et Contrôle
  des Grands Travaux).
February 1974 to January 1976:
  Employed by CHEMICO (Chemical Construction Co. NY USA), Arzew, Algeria
February 1972 to February 1974
  Employed by LNTPB (Laboratoire National des Travaux Publics et du Bâtiment),
  Algiers, Algeria.
August 1971 to February 1972:
  Employed by Institut Géotechnique de l’Etat, the National soil mechanics laboratory,
  Gent, Belgium.

Countries worked in:
More than one year (cumulating all periods):
CV Eddy Bynens                                        page 2


       Algeria
       Burundi
       Côte-d'Ivoire
       Madagascar
       Saudi-Arabia

More than one month (cumulating all periods):
   Albania                                                     Malaysia
   Bangladesh                                                  Mali
   Bhutan                                                      Niger
   Burkina Faso                                                Nepal
   Cameroon                                                    Nigeria
   Central African Republic                                    Occupied Territories of Palestine
   Congo-Brazzaville                                           Rwanda
   RD du Congo (ex-Zaire)                                      Senegal
   Ghana                                                       Tanzania
   Guinée-Conakry                                              Togo
   Haiti                                                       Uganda
   Indonesia

Other countries:
    Ethiopia                                                   Qatar
    Iraq                                                       Thailand
    Malawi                                                     United Arab Emirates
    Morocco

Languages spoken and written:              English, French, German, Dutch.

Computer experience:
The consultant owns a Pentium notebook and a desktop multimedia computer with printer,
CD-RW and scanner. He uses word processors (MSWord for Windows), spreadsheets
(Excel), databases (Access, dBASE) and other programs for drawing, statistics, planning
etc.

Details of missions executed:

2005     Senior Road Engineer, maintenance and monitoring of secondary roads. Danish Road Sector Support
         Programme in Benin.

2004     Senior Road Engineer. Formulation of the Secondary Roads and Rural Roads Components of the 2 nd
         Phase of the Danish funded Road Sector Support Programme in Benin.
2003     Equipment Study for the Rural Roads Component of the Danish funded Road Sector Support
         Programme. Benin.
CV Eddy Bynens                                            page 3


May 2001
Member of a fact finding mission of the Asian Development Bank to Bangladesh for the identification of a
rural infrstructure project. The project is expected to include rural roads, markets and river jetties.
Mission funded by the ILO, Geneva.

April 2001
Team leader for a mission in Congo (RDC) for the preparation of an investment programme for transport
infrastructure.
Mission executed for the Belgian Technical Cooperation (BTC).

March 2001
Member of an evaluation mission in Togo of a programme of urban infrastructure construction (PRICUR).
The programme is funded by UNDP and executed by ILO and UNCHS (Habitat).

February 2001
Supervision mission to Bhutan of a rural access road project. In charge of the technical aspects of
“Environmentally friendly road construction”.
Mission funded by the World Bank.

February 2001
Member of a supervision mission of the World Bank and the Swiss Development Cooperation to Bangladesh
for the RRMIMP 2 project (Second Rural Roads & Markets Improvement & Maintenance Project). The
project includes roads, markets and river jetties, the cost is about US$200 million. The tasks included technical
and institutional aspects, training, participation and technical audit.
Mission funded by the Swiss Development Cooperation

December 2000
Team leader of an evaluation mission of an ILO/DANIDA funded project in Uganda. The project provides
assistance to the LAPPCOM (Labour based Policy Promotion Committee).
Mission funded by the ILO/DANIDA.

November 2000
Member of a supervision mission in Bhutan of a rural access road project. In charge of the environmental
aspects of “Environmentally friendly road construction”.
Mission funded by the World Bank.

September, October 2000
Formulation mission in Congo (RDC) of a rural roads rehabilitation and maintenance project. The project is
funded by the belgian cooperation and will be executed by UNOPS.
Mission executed for the Belgian Technical Cooperation (BTC).

August 1999 to July 2000
Co- author of a study to be published by the World Bank: “Bhutan, Rural access roads, Socio-economic
analysis, a case study”. Study executed for the World Bank.

May, July 2000
Team leader for the technical audit of the operations of the executing agency Faso Baara in Burkina Faso.
Faso Baara executes a large number of small infrastructure projects for several funding agencies and the
Government.
Mission funded by the World Bank

April, May 2000
Teamp leader for the technical audit of the operations of the executing agency Nigetip in Niger. Nigetip
executes a large number of small infrastructure projects for several funding agencies and the Government.
Mission funded by the World Bank
CV Eddy Bynens                                             page 4


March, April 2000
Formulation mission to the Congo (République Démocratique du Congo) for a rural roads rehabilitation
project. In charge of the technical, institutional and training aspects.
Mission executed for the International Labour Organaization in Geneva, Switzerland.

January, February 2000
Member of a supervision mission of the World Bank and the Swiss Development Cooperation to Bangladesh
for the RRMIMP 2 project (Second Rural Roads & Markets Improvement & Maintenance Project). The
project includes roads, markets and river jetties, the cost is about US$200 million. Mission funded by the
Swiss Development Cooperation

November, December 1999
Writing training manuals for the ILO to be used in French-speaking West-Africa for the training of small
contractors and local consulting companies in the use of labor-based techniques and local materials.
Funded by the ILO and Danida

September, October 1999
Member of a World Bank mission to Madagascar for the preparation of the fourth phase of the FID project.
The FID project is a social fund financed by the Government of Madagascar and the World Bank.

September 1999
Mission to Senegal as a trainer at a regional seminar for the training of trainers of contractors, engineering
consulting companies and staff of social funds.
Mission funded by the ILO, Geneva.

July 1999
Member of a supervision mission of the World Bank and the Swiss Development Cooperation to Bangladesh
for the RRMIMP 2 project (Second Rural Roads & Markets Improvement & Maintenance Project). The
project includes roads, markets and river jetties, the cost is about US$200 million. Mission funded by the
Swiss Development Cooperation

June, July 1999
Member of a World Bank mission to Bhutan for the formulation of a rural roads project.
Mission funded by the World Bank

May, June 1999
Team leader for a technical audit of the operations of FID in Madagascar. The “Fonds d’Investissement pour
le Développement” (FID) is a social fund financed by the World Bank and the Government and executes about
500 small projects each year.

April, May 199
Member of a mission to Malawi, South Africa and Madagascar for the preparation of the fourth phase of the
FID project. The FID project is a social fund financed by the Government of Madagascar and the World Bank.
The objective of the visit to Malawi was to meet the management team of the MASAF project and learn from
their experiences. The MASAF is strongly oriented towards project execution by local government.

February 1999
Member of a mission to Bhutan for the preparation of a rural roads project.
Mission funded by the World Bank

January 1999
Member of a mission to Madagascar for the preparation of the fourth phase of the FID project. The FID
project is a social fund financed by the Government of Madagascar and the World Bank.
CV Eddy Bynens                                           page 5


November December 1998
Member of a supervision mission of the World Bank and the Swiss Development Co-operation to Bangladesh
for the RRMIMP 2 project (Second Rural Roads & Markets Improvement & Maintenance Project). The
project includes roads, markets and river jetties; the cost is about US$200 million. Mission funded by the
Swiss Development Co-operation.

October November 1998
Mission to Madagascar for the preparation of the project FID3. The “Fonds d’Investissement pour le
Développement” (FID) is funded by the World Bank and the Government and executes about 500 small rural
infrastructure projects each year.

September 1998
Mission to Côte d’Ivoire for the definition of a training programme for small local contractors and consulting
companies. The program was prepared for the PACOM project (Programme d’Appui à la Conduite
d’Opérations Communales).
The mission was funded by the ILO, Geneva.

June July 1998
Team leader for the technical audit of the operations of FID in Madagascar. The “Fonds d’Investissement
pour le Développement” (FID) is funded by the World Bank and the Government and executes about 350
small projects each year.

May 1998
Member of a supervision mission of the World Bank and the Swiss Development Co-operation to Bangladesh
for the RRMIMP 2 project (Second Rural Roads & Markets Improvement & Maintenance Project). The
project includes roads, markets and river jetties; the cost is about US$200 million. Mission funded by the
Swiss Development Co-operation.

May 1998
Member of World Bank identification mission to Bhutan for a rural access program.
Mission funded by the World Bank

April 1998
Mission to Nepal for the preparation of a rural roads program.
Mission funded by the World Bank

March 1998
Evaluation mission to Madagascar representing the ILO which is the executing agency of a NORAD funded
rural roads project. The project trains small local contractors, local consultants and Public Works Ministry
personnel in the use of labor based techniques.
Mission funded by the ILO, Geneva.

February 1998
Member of a World Bank mission to Nepal for the supervision of the RMRP (Road Maintenance and
Rehabilitation Project) and the identification of two new projects: RMDP (Road Maintenance and
Development Project) and RIP (Rural Infrastructure Project

February 1998
Speaker and participant in a meeting of AFRICATIP in Lome Togo. The subject of the meeting was the
creation of an organization in West Africa for the training of small contractors and local consulting companies
in the use of labor-based techniques and local materials.

December 1997, January 1998
Writing training manuals for the ILO to be used in French-speaking West-Africa for the training of small
contractors and local consulting companies in the use of labor-based techniques and local materials.
Funded by the ILO and Danida

November 1997:
Member of a World Bank supervision mission to Bangladesh for the RRMIMP 2 project (Second Rural
Roads & Markets Improvement & Maintenance Project). The project will include roads, markets and river
jetties, the cost is estimated at US$200 million.
CV Eddy Bynens                                            page 6



September 1997
Leading a mission to Togo for the creation of a unit in the ministry of planning to stimulate the use of local
resources: labor and local materials.
Mission funded by the ILO

August1997:
Mission to Rwanda for the PNAS, a World Bank funded project, to train local consulting companies in
management techniques.

July 1997:
Team leader for a technical audit of the Project Faso Baara in Burkina Faso. The project objectives are to
execute basic infrastructure and to create employment.
The project is funded by the IDA and the Government.

May 1997:
Mission leader of a study team for the establishment of a Labor Intensive Works Unit in the Ministry of
Finance and Economy in Madagascar.
The project is funded by DANIDA and the ILO is the executing Agency.

April, May 1997
In charge of the completion of the feasibility study of the Antananarivo ring road, Madagascar. The study
contract was executed by the Consulting Engineering company FRISA for the Ministry of Public Works and
funded by the European Community.

April 1997:
Mission to Madagascar for FID, a World Bank funded project, to train local consulting companies in
management and construction techniques.

February, March 1997:
Member of a World Bank Mission to Bangladesh for the RRMIMP 2 project (Second Rural Roads & Markets
Improvement & Maintenance Project). The project will include roads, markets and river jetties, the cost is
estimated at US$200 million.

January, February 1996:
Technical audit of the operations of FID in Madagascar. The “Fonds d’Investissement pour le
Développement” (FID) is funded by the World Bank and the Government and executes about 350 small
projects each year.

 December 1996:
Follow-up mission to Nepal for the implementation of a HMIS-Highway Management Information System in
the Department of Roads of the Ministry of Public Works.
Mission executed for the consulting company CSD, Lausanne, Switzerland.

November 1996
Evaluation mission to Madagascar representing NORAD, the funding agency and ILO the executing agency,
in the evaluation of a Ministry of Public Works project for the training of ministry staff, small local road
contractors and consulting companies in labor based road techniques.

September 1996:
Technical consultancy mission to Uganda in support of the Labor Intensive Works Unit (LIWU) of the
Ministry of Planning and Economic Development. The objective is to widen the scope of LIWU to include
planning, research, capacity building and advocacy in the field of labor based approaches to infrastructure
provision.
The project is funded by DANIDA and the ILO is the executing Agency.

August 1996:
Member of an ILO mission to Madagascar for the formulation of an employment and local development
program “Investments for the Poor”.
Mission funded by the ILO, Geneva
CV Eddy Bynens                                          page 7


July, 1996:
Mission to Bangladesh for the preparation of a seminar and the presentation of the Study of the Rural
Infrastructure Strategy at the seminar. Mission funded by the Swiss Development Co-operation.

June, 1996:
Member of an ILO delegation to the General Assembly of AFRICATIP in Dakar, Senegal.

May, June 1996:
Member of a team for the study of the main roads of Antananarivo, Madagascar, as traffic engineer. Study
executed by the Consulting Engineering company FRISA for the Ministry of Public Works and funded by the
European Community.

April 1996:
Technical audit of the operations of FID in Madagascar. The “Fonds d’Investissement pour le
Développement” (FID) is funded by the World Bank and the Government and executes about 350 small
projects each year.

March 1996:
Member of a formulation mission of an employment project in Albania, the project will create employment
through rehabilitation works executed by small contractors.
Project funded by the ILO, Geneva.

December 1995:
Member of an ILO mission to the General Assembly Meeting of AFRICATIP in Madagascar, to present a
regional project promoting labor based techniques and small enterprises in West and Central Africa and
Madagascar.
Mission financed by the ILO, Geneva, Switzerland

November, December 1995:
Member of a World Bank appraisal mission to Bangladesh for a rural infrastructure project. The project will
include roads, markets and river jetties, the cost is estimated at US$165 million.
Mission financed by the World Bank.

September, October 1995
Mission to Madagascar for FID, a World Bank funded project, to train local consulting companies in
management and construction techniques.

June, July, August 1995
Identification and formulation mission to Burkina Faso, Niger, Côte d’Ivoire and Togo, designing a regional
program for West Africa, for training, technical assistance and information dissemination of labor based
techniques and the use of local materials in construction.
Mission financed by the ILO, Geneva, Switzerland

May, June 1995
Member of a World Bank pre appraisal mission to Bangladesh for a rural development project. The project
will include roads, markets and river jetties, the cost is estimated at US$150 million.
Mission financed by the World Bank.

March 1995:
Follow-up mission to Nepal for the implementation of a HMIS-Highway Management Information System in
the Department of Public Works.
Mission executed for the consulting company CSD, Lausanne, Switzerland.

January 1995:
Member of a formulation mission to the Occupied Territories of Palestine, Gaza strip and Jerusalem. The
project will strengthen the new Palestinian Authorities capacity for the conception and execution of
employment creating infrastructure projects
Mission financed by the ILO, Geneva, Switzerland.

October, November 1994.
CV Eddy Bynens                                           page 8


Technical, financial, management and socio-economic audit of the operations of the Agency AGETIPE in
Mali. The Agency executes public works in order to create employment. The audit team included a civil
engineer, a socio-economist and a survey team.
Mission financed by the IDA and the Government.

July, August and September 1994:
Mission to Ivory Coast, Senegal and Burkina Faso for the “Study of the scope for employment creation and
hard currency economies in the CFA countries”.
The study was commissioned by the ILO and funded by the Danish Development Co-operation.

May, June 1994:
Identification and formulation mission to Ivory Coast for an Urban Employment Program.
Mission financed by the ILO, Geneva, Switzerland.

May 1994:
Follow-up mission for an urban infrastructure project in Albania. The project will use local contractors to
construct and rehabilitate urban infrastructure. The project is to be financed by the UNDP, the executing
agency is Habitat (UNCHS), Nairobi, Kenya.

March, April 1994:
Mission to Nepal for the implementation of a HMIS-Highway Management Information System in the
Department of Public Works.
Mission executed for the consulting company CSD, Lausanne, Switzerland.

February 1994:
Mission to Bangladesh for the preparation of a rural development strategy including employment schemes.
Mission funded by the World Bank.

December 1993 and January 1994:
Identification and formulation mission in Niger for a strengthening project of the executing Agency Nigetip.
The project will include training of contractors and consulting engineering companies in the application of
labor based techniques.
Mission financed by the ILO, the project will be funded by the EDF

September and October 1993:
Technical, financial and management audit of the operations of the Agency NIGETIP in Niger. The Agency
executes public works in order to create employment. The audit team included a civil engineer and a chartered
accountant.
Mission financed by the IDA and the Government.

July and August 1993:
Technical, financial and management audit of the operations of the Agency Faso Baara in Burkina Faso. The
Agency executes public works in order to create employment. The audit team included a civil engineer and a
chartered accountant. Mission financed by the IDA and the Government.

June 1993:
Member of a World Bank evaluation mission to Nepal for the road Maintenance project, as engineer in charge
of the district roads rehabilitation component.

April 1993:
Ex-post Evaluation mission of a rural road rehabilitation project on the South Western slopes of the Fouta
Djallon in Guinée Conakry. The project is financed by the United Nations Capital Development Fund
(UNCDF), New York, United States of America.

February and March 1993:
Formulation mission for an urban infrastructure project in Albania. The project will use local contractors to
construct and rehabilitate urban infrastructure. The project is financed by the UNDP, the executing agency is
Habitat (UNCHS), Nairobi, Kenya.

Some 40 assignments before 1993 not included here

				
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