eC2: Request for Proposal Environmental, Social, and Governance Data Provider

Deadline: 08-Oct-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)Survey

Assignment Description: IFC has developed a methodology, drawn from its ESG standards and adjusted to the circumstances of emerging market capital markets. The IFC ESG methodology for capital markets extracts the most material issues from IFC’s Environmental and Social Performance Standards and Corporate Governance Methodology to identify environmental and social, sector-specific, and corporate governance performance indicators for ESG due diligence of issuers of debt securities in emerging markets. A risk-weighted assessment methodology based on these performance indicators allows for their weighting by risk tolerance, permitting users to focus due diligence on the issues of most significance to them, and to then make risk-based decisions before buying securities. IFC seeks to identify ESG data provider/s to support IFC with collecting and analyzing ESG information, as defined by the IFC performance indicators, for emerging market corporates. IFC will use this information to benchmark emerging market issuers using its risk-weighted methodology.

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eC2: Cumulative Impact Assessment and Management of Renewable Energy Development in the Myitgne River Basin in Myanmar

Deadline: 27-Sep-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)water-tajikistan780x439

Assignment Description: Cumulative Impact Assessment and Management of Renewable Energy Development in the Myitgne River Basin in Myanmar. The purpose of this assignment is to conduct a cumulative impact assessment of renewable energy projects in the Myitgne River Basin in Myanmar. The objectives include: 1. Plan and execute an integrated assessment of the cumulative impacts of renewable energy development in the Myitgne River Basin, including power optimization and development scenarios. 2. Lead the participatory design of a framework for ongoing river basin co-management in the Myitgne, including collaborative environmental and social impact monitoring and management. 3. Strengthen the capacity of Myitgne River Basin stakeholders in CIA and co-management.

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eC2: Development and implementation of the Tanzania Water Payment by Results complementary intervention

Deadline: 24-Sep-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)water

Assignment Description: The World Bank partners with the Government of Tanzania and DFID to support research and adaptive learning around PbR. As part of the research partnership, the World Bank will conduct an impact evaluation of a complementary intervention, which will be overlaid onto PbR. The goal of the complementary intervention is two-fold. First, it aims to augment the projects impact by addressing possible challenges. Second, the complementary interventions impact will be evaluated through econometric methods, thereby providing the Government of Tanzania and DFID with nuanced and actionable findings on how to increase PbRs impact, and rural water sustainability more generally. The intervention is expected to last two years in parallel with PbRs roll-out.

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eC2: Climate Smart Beef Production in the Oronoquia

Deadline: 20-Sep-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)untitled

Assignment Description: IFC is seeking a firm to support landowners in the rehabilitation of degraded cattle pastures, develop a financial mechanism to finance farm level investments, and identify strategic partnerships between value chain actors to drive long-term professionalization and efficiency. The assignment will include three work streams as follows:
1. Development of innovative business models for climate smart ranching
2. Piloting climate smart beef production systems
3. Development of financial mechanisms for farm level investment

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eC2: Citywide Inclusive Sanitation Plans in selected Rwandan cities

Deadline: 24-Sep-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)untitled

Assignment Description: The scope of work involves the following: (i) assessing the current sanitation service provision in the cities, considering technical, financial, institutional, legal/regulatory and social aspects; (ii) assessing strategic options for improving sanitation (on-site and sewered) services in the cities; (iii) developing a master plan, with strategic action plan, including appropriate institutional framework, financial and business arrangements, regulatory framework, customer-oriented programs, and infrastructure solutions covering on-site and sewered sanitation, including wastewater/fecal sludge collection, treatment and disposal; and (iv) providing support for consensus building around the strategy, institutional framework and action plan. An additional scope of this work is to develop an action plan to enhance the engagement of the private sector in this field.

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eC2: Agriculture and Natural Resources Management Training Services Portucel Mozfip. Training services for sustainable food and economic security for Local Communities. Season 2018/19

Deadline: 20-Sep-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)agriculture-youth

Assignment Description: Promotion of Technical Assistance and Rural Extension oriented to the food security and income generation of 5,000 households living in Portucel Investment Areas where the company is implementing the Community Development Plan and 3,000 households in the areas benefited by MozFIP in Zambezia. Districts of Ile, Namarroi, Mulevala and Alto Molocue. In the province of Manica 1500 households in the districts. Districts of Barue, Gondola, Sussundenga and Manica. The roll out of these activities, will be based on a network of technical assistance to farmers engaging with beneficiaries and households through a short group of lead farmers. This network will be used to distribute inputs, roll out trainings in agriculture, forestry and natural resource management and initiate trade and farming related income generation activities.

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Deadline: 17-Sep-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

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Assignment Description: infoDev is conducting an end-of-program evaluation of EPIC to assess the effectiveness, efficiency, relevance, and sustainability of the program, as well as to extract lessons that can recommend effective operational approaches for the future implementation of entrepreneurship development programs in the region. The main objective of the assignment is to carry out an independent end-of-program evaluation of the EPIC program, in compliance with Trust Fund agreement.

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Deadline: 17-Sep-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)mw-investing-in-waste-management-to-create-job-opportunities-for-malawis-youth-780x439

Assignment Description: This selection is being created to hire the services of consultants and agencies to conduct an in-depth Investment Potential Analysis to inform and guide prospective investors; and an awareness agency to carry out strategic and tactical communications.

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eC2:Agricultural demand modeling for geospatial electrification planning in SSA

Deadline: 11-Sep-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)Agrabusiness-Story-Banner

Assignment Description:

As outlined in ESMAPs Business Plan 2017-2020, Achieving universal access by 2030 will require a step change in the rate of new connections and in levels of investment, particularly in low access countries. Sector-wide programs in the electricity sector are showing better results than what can be achieved using a project-by-project approach. These programs are based on national electricity access roll out plans using geospatial planning and least-cost combinations of coordinated grid and off-grid electrification. The geospatially determined plan in turn anchors the sector investment financing prospectus.

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eC2: Emission Reductions Program Document Assessment

Deadline: 17-Sep-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)photo-power-plant

Assignment Description: For each of the Emission Reduction Programs in the ISFL:
Ensure the information provided in the ER Program Document Review is correct and complete (ie not leaving out information that might affect the opinion of the reader)
Conduct an independent assessment of the compliance against the approved ISFL ER Program Requirements and associated guidelines. Apply expert judgement to evaluate the feasibility of program design aspects and identify areas of improvement to inform the World Banks and Contributors review of the ISFL ER Program.

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