eC2: Investment Funding Mechanisms and Institutional Set-up Options for a National Urban Flood Risk Investment Program for Indonesian Cities

Extended deadline!

Deadline: 23-Oct-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

The World Bank is supporting the Government of Indonesia to address critical urban indonesiaflood risk management and investment needs in Indonesia. This technical assignment will assist with the development of a conceptual framework design for a national urban flood risk reduction investment program, which could comprise risk reduction investments, technical capacity building, knowledge sharing, and innovation generation. The key output will be a conceptual framework and sustainable implementation model for the proposed program that addresses the identified needs through proposed financial and organizational arrangements; makes recommendations for any needed regulatory/institutional/financial arrangements; and propose an overall action plan and timeline to put the program into effect. The team will be expected to provide technical advice on public financial management, municipal finance, disaster risk management, flood risk management, and urban development.

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eC2: Investment Funding Mechanisms and Institutional Set-up Options for a National Urban Flood Risk Investment Program for Indonesian Cities

Deadline: 09-Oct-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

The World Bank is supporting the Government of Indonesia to address critical urban indonesiaflood risk management and investment needs in Indonesia. This technical assignment will assist with the development of a conceptual framework design for a national urban flood risk reduction investment program, which could comprise risk reduction investments, technical capacity building, knowledge sharing, and innovation generation. The key output will be a conceptual framework and sustainable implementation model for the proposed program that addresses the identified needs through proposed financial and organizational arrangements; makes recommendations for any needed regulatory/institutional/financial arrangements; and propose an overall action plan and timeline to put the program into effect. The team will be expected to provide technical advice on public financial management, municipal finance, disaster risk management, flood risk management, and urban development.

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eC2: Baseline Analysis of Urban Flood Risks and High Priority Investment Gaps in Indonesian Cities

indonesia.jpgDeadline: 21-Nov-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

Objective: The World Bank is supporting the Government of Indonesia in its efforts to enhance resilience and flood risk management of its cities. This study will provide a baseline analysis of urban flood risks and high priority investment gaps based on a sample of 20-25 Indonesian cities, consolidate data and information, and conduct in-depth analysis of existing infrastructure and non-structural measures for high-risk areas in a selected 5 cities. The analysis will be based on developed criteria, taking into consideration a range of factors including flood risk, economic growth potential of cities, current and future risk information, and integrated urban flood risk management planning, and results of stakeholder consultations. The study is expected to increase information and awareness at national and city levels on gaps in infrastructure and non-structural measures for flood risk reduction and disaster risk management, as well as resilient and sustainable investment options.

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Dar es Salaam Flood Risk Evaluation and Scenarios Dashboard

Deadline: 07-Nov-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) water

Objective:  Design and implement a probabilistic flood loss evaluation for the city of Dar es Salaam and Flood Hazard and Risk Scenarios Dashboard for use by basin and municipal authorities as well as local universities. The risk model is expected to evaluate hazard, vulnerability and losses to flooding including storm surges at river basins and possibly ward administrative boundaries for the entire metropolitan area. This is expected to cover 400km2 with more details areas of interest to be defined in the terms of reference. The scenarios dashboard is intended as a decision making and planning tool for local authorities and universities to visualize and query the hazard and risk information and generate selected flood risk scenarios include reference climate scenarios. Design and development is expected to follow an iterative process with government stakeholders and academia and include a strong focus on training and knowledge transfer. Outputs will include detailed loss evaluations reports for the municipal authorities as well as the training in and handover of a locally appropriate Scenarios Visualization Dashboard.

 

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Flooded rivers: taking a bird’s eye view

Floodplains are attractive areas for development, with over 2 billion people living within the world’s 10 largest river basins. Yet, they are also at particular risk from overflowing rivers. Globally, river floods affect more than 21 million people. By 2030, due to climate change, population growth, and rapid urbanization, this number could rise to 54 million.

How can we enjoy the benefits these locations bring, without putting ourselves at unnecessary danger from floods?

While it is impossible to fully eliminate flood risk, actions can be taken to minimize the impact.

A proactive river basin-wide approach to flood risk management may be one of the solutions.

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eC2:Community Urban Risk Mapping – Cookbook

Deadline: 16-Jan-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) water

Consultancy for the review and documentation of the Ramani Huria urban flood risk mapping project, methodology and lessons and the introduction of this documented methodology in university curricula for Tanzanian university students. Ramani Huria is a Dar es Salaam based partnership of Ardhi University, University of Dar es Salaam, Dar es Salaam City Councils, Disaster Management Department, Red Cross, and with support from the World Bank.

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eC2: Consultancy for Hydraulic Modeling to Enhance Resilience of Mekong Delta Region

Deadline: 26-Dec-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

Development of hydraulic models for water simulation in 7 cities supporting risk saigon_-_mekong_delta_2042765375screening of infrastructural intervention proposals.

Scope of Work:

Task 1: Preparation with an inventory of flood hazards and available models and data:
Provide a comprehensive assessment of the threats caused by flood hazards in the seven cities;

Task 2: Adapt the existing hydrological and hydraulic models for the seven cities;

Task 3: Flood hazard mapping and additional recommendations for the seven cities;

Task 4: Training assigned staffs of the seven cities.

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eC2: Development of a National Early Warning Platform for Rwanda and a Flood Early Warning system

Deadline: 19-Dec-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

 

A consulting firm is being sought to develop and operationalize a national platform to watersupport data sharing, analysis, visualization and decision making (for example through automated alert triggering) in support of a shared early warning approach between MIDIMAR, RMA, RNRA, and District government teams. While the focus of this support will be at the national level, the firm will also develop a local early warning system utilizing the national platform in the Sebeya Basin.

To complete the Sebeya Basin flood early warning system, the firm will also develop and operationalize a flood forecasting system in the basin. The firm will provide technical expertise on flood hazard assessment, particularly hydraulic/hydrological modeling, flood hazard mapping and operational flood forecasting, also to support capacity building of the appropriate agencies at the national and local levels.

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eConsultant2:HONIARA FLOOD RISK MANAGEMENT STUDY AND PLAN

Deadline: 21-Mar-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)Berbera Corridor

Capturing LiDAR data and developing a Digital Elevation Model;
Preparing hydrologic and 1D/2D hydraulic flood models, calibrated to the April 2014 flood, and using these for design flood modelling and hazard mapping;
Assessing flood risks including to buildings, roads, critical infrastructure and life;

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eConsultant 2: Flood Risk Assessment in South East Asia

Deadline: 27-Jan-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

This assignment is to develop a multi-country flood hazard and risk model for a quick waterresponse financing mechanism and pricing for market-based parametric financial instruments. The model may utilize a combination of various data sources, such as historical flood and rainfall data, to underpin a rapid flood assessment methodology that triggers payouts when the event is more severe than a pre-defined threshold. The extent of an event that may trigger a payout should be measured by real-time data sources, such as satellite-based rainfall data, satellite-based flood data, rainfall gauges and river discharge gauges. The severity of an event may be measured by the population or other exposure in the flood footprint. Continue reading