Deadline: 08-Sep-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
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.
Deadline: 09-Sep-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
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.
Deadline: 10-Aug-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
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.
Deadline: 31-Jul-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The World Bank is supporting Indonesia to address critical disaster resilience needs in Indonesian cities. The conceptual framework for a national urban flood resilience program is being finalized and will outline the institutional, regulatory, financial, and technical needs for urban flood risk investments in selected Indonesian cities. A baseline analysis of urban flood risks and high-priority investment gaps identified 5 potential pilot cities. This technical assignment will support 3 of these cities to develop urban flood resilience strategies and investment options, including innovative structural/non-structural measures and nature-based/green solutions through a risk-informed urban design approach, flood hazard assessment, and stakeholder engagement. The consultant is expected to comprise a multi-disciplinary urban planning and design, flood risk engineering, landscape architecture, environmental and social management, and disaster risk management team; including international and national experts.
Deadline: 16-Jul-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Assignment of developing:
A) A market overview of the logistics sector in Indonesia (traditional plus e-logistics) including a demand-supply analysis now and in the next 5 years.
B) A market share estimation for the Platform with estimated revenues, which necessarily includes an estimation of fares and Average Order Value (AOV) evolution.
C) An overall assessment of the Platform business plan, including growth assumptions, estimated necessary resources, Capex and Opex to achieve the objectives, like facilities, fleet, human resources and systems.
Deadline: 15-Jul-2019 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
To help the Government of Indonesia better produce and utilize Disaster Risk Financing (DRF) analysis for decision making, the World Bank is seeking a suitably experienced and qualified firm to help the Government assess and design an end-to-end data system for DRF. Functional specifications of an end-to-end risk data flow include, but are not limited to following components: (i) Data collection & valuation module; (ii) Damage reporting, loss assessment, and claims management module; and (iii) Risk data analysis for decision-making module.
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.