Deadline: 21-Feb-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The assignment requires an eligible firm well-experienced in human-centered design to develop suitable UI/UX interface designs and dashboards for a number of different smartphone and web-based applications related to improving village service delivery. This assignment will require the firm to conduct key informant/expert interviews, focus groups, targeted surveys and other similar studies using the human centered design approach in at least 10 different locations throughout Indonesia.
Deadline: 28-Jan-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The World Bank is seeking to hire a firm to conduct an extensive study of the potential to use the Climate Auction Model, as piloted by the Pilot Auction Facility for Methane and Climate Change Mitigation, in the context of green buildings in Indonesia. The study will consist of a Regulatory Assessment, a Market Scoping and an Economic Analysis of the green and affordable housing in Indonesia and enable the World Bank to prepare a pilot in Indonesia.
Deadline: 27-Dec-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The World Bank through the action of the Disaster Risk Financing and Insurance Program (DRFIP) team supports a number of countries in their efforts to understand and to manage the risks and costs of natural disasters.
In order to anticipate needs for damage assessment and claims management systems, the World Bank DRFIP is now exploring the development of a comprehensive claims management platform, which would consist in a generic framework for damage and loss assessment, and claims handling, processing and monitoring, illustrated through four country case studies (Indonesia, Morocco, Philippines and Vietnam).
Deadline: 31-Dec-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
To enhance connectivity and attract more public and private investments for
infrastructure in ASEAN, MPAC 2025 recommended the establishment of a rolling priority pipeline list of potential ASEAN infrastructure projects and sources of funds.
The Initial Pipeline consists of 16-20 projects submitted by the ASEAN Member States and selected and prioritized by the World Bank based on a screening and scoring process assessing key project factors such as strategic relevance, impact on regional connectivity, environmental and social impact, project feasibility, and the contracting agency’s implementation capacity.
In the next phase, the World Bank will undertake a financing options analysis of each of the projects in the Initial Pipeline to determine the best procurement option for the project i.e., to determine whether the project should be publicly funded, privately financed or funded/financed through a Public Private Partnership. Where a project already has a robust and recently conducted pre-feasibility or feasibility study, the information and data required to undertake such analysis should already be available. However, for those projects that do not have such a study available, it will be necessary to undertake the relevant studies and review.
Deadline: 05-Dec-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The World Bank invites the submission of Expressions of Interest (EOI) from qualified firms to supply drone and street-view imagery data collection services in a secondary city in Indonesia. For the street view images, the firm will be expected to use both a car mounted camera as well as more portable 360-degree devices. For the drone images, the size of the area of interest (AOI) will total roughly 80 square meters, however the data can be parsed into manageable sized mosaics.
All of the images submitted by the firm will be used to create a unified and detailed housing inventory database that assesses the quality, characteristics, and potential risks of each home.
Deadline: 15-Nov-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
This consultancy services is to provide advisory services and technical inputs to increase awareness and capacity of relevant Government of Indonesia line agencies in developing DRM and climate adaptation plans for water supply infrastructure, particularly to address seismic and hydro-meteorological (floods, droughts and landslides) risks. The key objectives are to: (i) develop a technical report that outlines guidance on how to address DRM and climate adaptation aspects in water supply infrastructure; (ii) develop a set of technical guidelines and standard operating procedures that will assist PDAMs to prepare DRM and climate adaptation plans; and (iii) provide technical assistance to AKATIRTA and/or MPWH’s Balai Teknik Air Minum (BTAM) to increase their capacity in delivering trainings and education programs in the design and operation of resilient water and sanitation infrastructure.
Deadline: 14-Nov-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The assignment will focus on a number of islands (targeting a total of 10-12) based on the following criteria (a) the size of PLN grid (5-150MW); (b) high average generation cost; and (c) electrification rate below 90%. The selected islands will be communicated to the Consultant before the start of the assignment. They are all located in the Eastern Islands and were divided into three groups, (i) islands with a small installed generation capacity and limited electrification, (ii) islands with an installed generation capacity of 50-150 MW with only diesel generation and very high average generation cost and (iii) islands with an installed generation capacity of 50-150 MW with diesel and coal generation and high average generation cost.
Last week, more than 11,000 delegates from the World Bank Group’s member countries –public and private sector attendees–gathered at our Annual Meetings in Indonesia to discuss how we can accelerate progress toward our twin goals: to end extreme poverty by 2030 and boost shared prosperity among the poorest 40 percent around the world.
Disruptive technologies create opportunities for development but they also put those goals at risk. Our discussion this past week focused on the changing the nature of work – the topic of our World Development Report this year. While technology and automation are doing away with some jobs, innovation is also creating new occupations, and launching career fields that didn’t exist a few years ago. Those who are prepared for this future will have many opportunities to achieve their aspirations. Those who are not will be left behind.
NUSA DUA, Bali, Indonesia, October 14, 2018—The World Bank has announced funding of up to $1 billion for the Government of Indonesia to supplement relief and reconstruction efforts in the disaster-affected areas of Lombok and Sulawesi, and to bolster long-term resilience.
The funding will be available on request by the Government. It would be guided by a US$5 million grant for technical assistance for detailed planning to ensure reconstruction is resilient and community-led.
Deadline: 20-Oct-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The primary objective of this Consultancy is to strengthen the metrics, monitoring, and knowledge base of marine debris in key Indonesian cities, using robust field sampling and mathematical modelling. The assignment will document the distribution of plastic in the ocean, on the coast and in the nearshore environment generated by key cities around Indonesia that have been identified as having significant waste mismanagement or losses into the marine environment, and building up from a recent rapid hotspot assessment. Embedded in this assignment are specific tasks to customize global methods, sampling protocols and metrics to the Indonesian context. The tasks will also help develop a national inventory and monitoring database. Finally, with more robust, comparable baseline of information, this assignment will help evaluate policy options for solutions at the local, and national scales.