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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eC2: PKH MATERNAL AND CHILD NUTRITION STATUS MONITORING INFORMATION SYSTEM TOOLS

Deadline:  11-Oct-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) Water crisis:  Child sitting on cracked earth near drying water

The purpose of this consultancy is: a) To develop a compilation tool of PKH beneficiary maternal and child nutrition status information to be supplied to local governments for monitoring and planning purpose, particularly related to health service capacity building and community level water and sanitation development, early childhood education; and b) to develop policy options on the complementarity of incentive mechanisms and facilitation structures across different social and development programs to improve multisector convergence at local level and develop a strategy to enhance synergy and complementarities. The consultancy firm will develop the strategic system to use such tools to improve the capacity of program actors. The development process should be in line with PKH indicators especially on addressing the maternal and child health in relation with the first thousand days movement initiative and that the strategy will focus on management data information system with main target audience being District Health Office, Puskesmas staff, Subdistrict and Village Head, PKH facilitators, village health kader (kader posyandu)

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eC2: Market Study for Green Building Finance in Indonesia and Vietnam

Deadline: 18-Sep-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) index

IFC is looking to hire a consultant firm to conduct a market study to identify challenges and opportunities as well as potential stakeholders of green financing products in both Indonesia and Vietnam (Consultant). This market study should be carried out with the objective to identify opportunities/feasibility for advisory services and investments by IFC relating to financing for green buildings in Indonesia and Vietnam. The study shall provide (1) an overview of the market, including status quo and challenges; and (2) feasible opportunities, especially ones where IFC can invest or engage.
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eC2:Consultant Services to Support for the Rollout of Indonesias Sustainable Cities Index (IKB Indikator Kota Berkelanjutan)

Deadline: 07-Aug-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) Smart city Arena

The main objective of this consulting assignment is to build a set of relevant indicators that helps to better track and understand the dynamic and good performance of cities in Indonesia.

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Partnerships, cornerstone to achieve Indonesia’s sustainable peatland restoration targets

Article published on http://www.worldbank.org.

“Peatlands are sexy!” They aren’t words you would normally associate with peatlands, but judging from the large audience that participated in the lively discussion on financing peatland restoration in Indonesia at the “Global Landscapes Forum: Peatlands Matter” conference, held May 18 in Jakarta, it seems to be true. The observation was made by Erwin Widodo, one of the speakers in the World Bank-hosted panel discussion at the event.

eC2:Consultant Services for the Development of Regional Infrastructure Development Fund Project Development Facility (RIDF-PDF)

Deadline: 01-May-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) Infrastructure_Financing_PPPs_MENA

The objective of this consultancy assignment is to support the structuring and operationalization of a PDF linked to RIDF. The PDF will support SNGs in project identification, planning and preparation, thereby building a strong pipeline for RIDF

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Meeting Indonesia’s Urban Sanitation Needs

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  • Indonesia’s rapid urbanization brings challenges to meeting sanitation needs of the urban population.
  • Access to improved sanitation facilities, with human excreta hygienically separated from human contact, has increased but 95% of fecal sludge is not treated and contaminates the environment.
  • Indonesia is taking a new approach to meet its target of universal sanitation access by 2019.

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eC2: Developing a Roadmap for Improving Water Quality of Lake Toba, Indonesia

Deadline:  23-Jan-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

The objective of the assignment is to (a) identify the nature and extent of point-sources Afbeeldingsresultaat voor lake toba indonesia(PS) and non-point sources (NPS) impacting water quality of the Lake; (b) provide options for appropriate targeted infrastructure investments as pollution control management; and (c) provide recommendations for a Government-led integrated Lake Basin Management plan which will inform the monitoring and evaluation system during the implementation of the government’s Tourism Development Program in Lake Toba. The Consultant will also facilitate a stakeholder process to agree on the roadmap for the improvement and preservation of the water quality in Lake Toba.

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