How can Indonesia achieve a more sustainable transport system?

Indonesia, a vast archipelago of more than 17,500 islands, is the fourth most populous id-street-scene-jakarta-un-women-flickrcountry in the world, with 261 million inhabitants, and the largest economy in Southeast Asia, with a nominal Gross Domestic Product of $933 billion.

Central government spending on transport increased by threefold between 2010-2016. This has enabled the country to extend its transport network capacity and improve access to some of the most remote areas across the archipelago.

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eC2:Improving energy, water and chemicals use efficiency in the textile sector

Deadline: 26-Jul-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) waterkraan-nieuws-header

A local (South Africa) consulting firm is being sought who will undertake the following work:
1. Establish baselines and collect key performance indicators data on the water, energy and chemicals use and wastewater generated.
2. Design and propose a resource efficiency improvement program (energy, water and chemicals).
3. Prepare a financial plan for the resource efficiency program. The financial plan must explore different investment and business model options and describe which fits the best a selected client.
4. Assess the financial feasibility of implementing power generation projects such as solar photovoltaic, natural gas generators and combined heat and power system.

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eC2: Optimal Contribution of Natural Gas in the Indonesian Economy

energyDeadline: 03-Jul-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

The World Bank seeks the services of an internationally recognized consulting firm to conduct a study on the current and potential contribution of gas to the Indonesian economy as a basis for informing policy directions and specific reforms across a range of industrial, power, transportation and household uses. The work will evaluate the gas value chain in each use of gas to identify the direct and indirect economic benefits and co-benefits of gas use (e.g. pollution abatement, lower carbon, security). It will identify barriers to the optimal use of gas and opportunities to overcome these through policy actions and public investments, including inter alia gas price, allocation and fiscal regulations.

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eC2: Sustainable Lowland Agriculture in Indonesia

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

This study forms an important part of the World Bank’s Indonesia Landscapes Program. With many of the peatlands drained and in a state of degradation, rural livelihoods need to adapt to new threats and opportunities within the landscape. Given the government’s plans to restore currently drained and occupied lowland areas, an assessment is needed to identify potential alternative crops and sustainable production systems that are appropriate for smallholders in the affected lowlands. The outcomes of the analysis would inform an important policy discussion among the various government institutions, including the Ministries of Agriculture and Public Works and the Peatland Restoration Agency, to shape the business case for improved management of natural resources in Indonesia’s lowlands.

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A Strong Foundation for Greater Impact

devcomm_leaderDespite expectations that growth will be robust in the near term, developing countries face challenges to keep up the pace of progress and ensure inclusive, sustainable growth amid structural changes to the global economy. The World Bank Group is uniquely placed to address global challenges and help countries achieve their goals in today’s increasingly complex development landscape.

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eC2: Development of Roadmap Towards Sustainable Development Goals for Water Supply

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

Objective: The World Bank is seeking consultancy services to support development of a national roadmap for water supply sector development towards achievement of Sustainable Development Goals in Indonesia. The roadmap will need to layout the set of priority of actions that need to be implemented in the short term (5 years horizon, mid- and longer term, for the following key aspects: (i) regulations/policy development, (ii) investment/financial framework, (iii) institutional development, and (iv) water security that includes climate change and resilience perspective. The short-term priority actions will feed into preparation of the next National Mid-Term Development Plan (RPJMN) 2020-2025.

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eC2:Develop Early Warning System (EWS) Model for Financial Conglomeration

Deadline: 12-Feb-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) vn-communitybased-disasterrisk-780x439

Objective: Conduct diagnostic review of existing prerequisite in developing of an Early Warning System Model FCs Early Warning model and dashboard that incorporate the following: a. Non-financial entities (wider group) b. Identification of institutions and areas within institutions where problems occurs or are likely to emerge

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eC2: DEVELOPING AN INFRASTRUCTURE AND PPP SCREENING TOOL FOR INDONESIA

PPPsDeadline: 11-Jan-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

Objective: SCOPE OF WORK: Under this consultancy work, a Multi-Sector Screening and Prioritization Tool for proposed infrastructure projects (from the 19 infrastructure sectors as defined in Perpres 38/2015), will be developed for the Indonesia’s Ministry of National Development Planning (BAPPENAS).

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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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eC2: Empowering the Toll Road Regulatory Agency (BPJT), A Technical Assistant to Ministry of Public Works in Improving the Indonesia Toll Road Sector

Rural Infra in CambodiaDeadline: 30-Oct-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

Objective: The objectives of the activity are to (a) improve quality assurance of expressways/toll roads delivered (mainly through reforming PMI and establishing PMO) and (b) reform and empower BPJT organisation; (c) develop options for the future role of BPJT to be able to perform such task for receiving and disbursing revenue received and raising capital based on such revenue streams or assets under its control as a new institution e.g: Badan Layanan Umum (specific service delivery Unit) or other form under Directorate General Bina Marga and or as independent entity.

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