eC2: Sector Impact Assessment of Subnational Infrastructure Investments in Indonesia

Deadline: 13-Nov-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)index

Consultant firm to provide support to the World Bank team in conducting the detailed regional impact analysis for several projects financed through RIDF and/or municipal bonds. The consultant firm will also prepare a guidance note on the analysis and conduct series of trainings to the relevant stakeholders.

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eC2: Baseline Study and Analytics on Systems Readiness and Stakeholder Capacity for an End-to-End Multi-Hazard Early Warning System Platform.

Deadline: 18-Nov-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) vn-communitybased-disasterrisk-780x439

The goal of this study is to provide advisory services and technical inputs to inform the detailed design of a multi-hazard early warning system platform in Indonesia. This will be achieved through a baseline survey and analysis on multi-hazard monitoring and early warning systems, preparedness and emergency management capabilities at the national and sub-national level (in at least 8 districts), and early warning information needs and multi-stakeholder needs for early actions. The Consultant will also facilitate national-level verification consultations (including a workshop) and capacity building activities for government officials from the select districts and at the central level.

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eC2: Strengthening Resilience in Road Transport Infrastructure in Indonesia

Deadline: 18-Nov-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

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The main objective of this activity, financed by the mentioned grant, is guiding the Directorate General of Highways (DGH) towards achieving long-term climate-resilient road and bridge infrastructure in Indonesia. The key actions that will help to achieve this goal are to: (i) review selected road and bridge existing manuals and guidelines on, among others, disaster risk management and slope protection, stabilization, and erosion; (ii) advice and provide technical inputs to enhance such documents; (iii) develop a set of communication materials to raise awareness of good practice; and (iv) provide technical assistance to DGH to increase their capacity.

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Empowering Frontlines, Leveraging Technology: Basic Service Delivery in 21st century Indonesia

Summer may almost be over in Washington D.C. but in Indonesia, it’s summer all yearid-kiat-guru-photo-780x439.jpg round. It’s Southeast Asia’s biggest economy, boasts the world’s fourth largest population with an archipelago of thousands of tropical islands. Its cultural heritage dates back millennia, and in keeping with the digital wave sweeping the globe, is also home to four unicorns that are leveraging technology to create jobs and improve livelihoods.

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Time to ACT! Realizing Indonesia’s urban potential

Indonesia has been transformed by urbanization. As a new World Bank report titled ju210722Time to ACT: Realizing Indonesia’s Urban Potential shows, when its independence was proclaimed in 1945, only one in eight Indonesians lived in towns and cities, and the country’s entire urban population stood at about 8.6 million, roughly that of London today. By contrast, today about 151 million, or 56% of Indonesians live in urban areas, roughly 18 times the population of London.

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eC2: Indonesia Coastal Fisheries Initiative – Challenge Fund

Deadline: 15-Oct-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)index

The Indonesia CFI-CF Project aims to support the development of a fisheries investment package by a coalition of community, government, and businesses, and support finding an investor for the resulting investment package. One promising idea will be selected through a competitive process and awarded a contract for the development of the package. The World Bank will oversee the activities of the awardee, review project outputs, and provide guidance on analyses for ensuring that the investment package is robust (described further below).

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eC2: Indonesia Coastal Fisheries Initiative – Challenge Fund

Deadline: 08-Oct-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) index

Specifically, by time of close, the contracted organization will have:
1) Developed an investment package, a report outlining a set of well-defined investment project proposals;
2) Completed a series of analysis to validate the technical, legal, and social feasibility of the proposed investments; including estimates of the financial return from undertaking the investments, and appraisal of social and environmental impacts as well as their mitigation measures (using the World Bank’s Environmental and Social Framework);
3) Conducted concrete preparatory actions that increase the chance of success (or reduce the risks) of the proposed fishery investment package, such as capacity-building of stakeholders, strategy development, or certification audits, in preparation for the implementation of activities in the proposed investment package;
4) Have in-principle agreements with potential investors and donors to undertake the financing of the project proposals.

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eC2: Assessment of the Supply Chain Finance Market in Indonesia

Deadline: 08-Sep-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)women-finance-blogpost

Supply Chain Finance SCF can be defined (Global SCF Forum 2016) as the use of financial instruments, practices and technologies for optimizing the management of the working capital and liquidity tied up in the supply chain of manufacturing and service sectors. The Supply Chain Finance Market Development program in Indonesia will support the development of the SCF market in Indonesia, providing clarity on opportunities and best practices for banks and non-banks alike. The study (project) will gauge the business, financial, market and regulatory environment to facilitate development of financial product through dialogue between important stakeholders, regulator, financial institutions, corporates and SMEs.

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eC2: Conducting an Organizational Review on Natural Disaster Pooling Fund Management

Deadline: 09-Sep-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)vn-communitybased-disasterrisk-780x439

The Government of Indonesia has prepared a national Disaster Risk Financing and Insurance (DRFI) strategy with the overarching mission to protect state finances and the population through sustainable and efficient risk financing mechanisms that meet disaster-related expenditures in a planned and timely manner, and that deliver well-targeted and transparent assistance following shocks.

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eC2: Scoping and Design of Integrated Data Platform.

Deadline: 10-Aug-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) Data-for-Development_cover-image_web

The World Bank (WB) is supporting the Government of Indonesia to develop a programmatic response to the challenges of sustainable urbanization. City Planning Labs (CPL) is one such Bank Executed Technical Assistance initiative that aims to support municipal governments to build capacity for a data-driven approach to city planning, enabling the development of smart, inclusive, and sustainable cities. Given the success of the interventions in two Indonesian cities namely Kota Semarang and Kota Denpasar, CPL has received multi-year support from the Indonesia Sustainable Urbanization (IDSUN) Multi-Donor Trust Fund (MDTF) to scale-up the initiative.

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