Deadline: 27-Nov-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
In order to strengthen the communications and public affairs work of the World Bank’s Energy Sector Management Assistance Program (ESMAP), a mid-sized, international Communications/PR firm is being recruited to design a public affairs strategy based on a thorough understanding of ESMAPs priority audiences, business objectives, and vision for the next three years. The objectives of this assignment are to help tell ESMAPs story, to bring more visibility to ESMAPs work internationally, and to help ESMAP prioritize its audiences. This contract is expected to last approximately 8 months between January August 2020 and will require ongoing collaboration with various members of the ESMAP team throughout this period.
Deadline: 11-Nov-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Develop an informed, regionally effective communications strategy and tactical plan (in writing) by: Researching and mapping which tactics are the most suitable for the market/region/audience. Organizing and facilitating meetings and/or workshops between TFWA Program communications focal points and representatives of various institutions with an interest in the regions trade facilitation agenda to inform its approach. Ensuring the strategy and plan incorporate priorities of the various TFWA Program stakeholders while also ensuring consistency with TFWA Program objectives, targets, and communications guidelines and graphic standards. Seek approval for the above strategy and plan and rework the approach as needed.
Execute the approved tactics to Bank-level standards.
Provide ECOWAS/UEMOA with the tools required to take over and implement the communications plan in the long term.
Produce progress reports at agreed intervals (per each task order).
Deadline: 21-May-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The Government of the Gambia (GoTG) wishes to implement a public private partnership (PPP) to rehabilitate, operate and develop the Port of Banjul. Established in 1972, the Port is managed by the Gambia Port Authority (GPA) and is currently operating as service port. It accounts for almost 90% of the countrys trade and serves as a secondary regional hub, with volumes going to the hinterland (Southern Senegal, Guinea Bissau, Guinea and Western Mali). Throughput has grown substantially in the past decade, with a compounded annual growth rate of 7.3%. between 2007 and 2017 and 105,000 TEUs in 2017.