eC2: Indonesia Environment, Natural Resources and the Blue Economy Communication Consultancy

Deadline: 15-Jul-2020 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) indonesia

The World Bank is looking for a communications consultancy firm to produce both written and visual communication products as well as support events that capture the impact of the programs and share the data and knowledge produced by the team. The firm should be based in Jakarta and deliver specific communications products in close coordination with the World Banks ENB communications team. The broad scope of work includes developing a range of high quality and tailored communication products and services to support the teams sustainable landscape and oceans agenda. While the ENB team will request specific materials (as outlined below), the consulting firm’s is also expected to support the ENB Communication Specialist/Coordinator in developing a robust communication plan to disseminate, increase awareness, visibility and profile of the program, including in providing strategic support and advice on potential risk and issues management.

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eC2: Blue Economy Assessments

Deadline: 27-Apr-2020 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) water

a. Preparation of Blue Economy Roadmaps, including a rapid Blue Economy diagnosis (quantitative) of the contributions of selected productive sectors to the blue economy jobs, GDP, and gender; and Institutional assessment of policy and regulatory frameworks.
b. Assessment of regional marine monitoring and forecasting; and preparation of a OECS Marine Research Agenda and action plan.

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eC2: NORTH AFRICA Program: Sustainable Blue Economy and Coastal Management for North Africa

Deadline: 23-Dec-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

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understanding the political economy drivers and constraints that influence change and cooperation within the countries and regionally, to achieve sustainable blue economy practices and sound management of coastal areas in North Africa;
(iii) Map out challenges, opportunities and priority measures of intervention for sustainable coastal and blue economy practices with stakeholders including potential trade-offs and;
(iiii) Identify gaps in funding and potential interest for additional investments from donors and organizations in the sector.

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