eC2: Consultancy Service for the Indonesia Sustainable Landscape Management Multi Donor Trust Fund (SLM MDTF) to support the operationalization of the BPDLH

Deadline: 15-Jul-2020 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) indonesia

The primary objective of this Consultancy is to provide advisory, capacity, and technical assistance to support the operationalization of the BPDLH through strategic, operational and technical inputs to build strong institutional frameworks that allow the BPDLH to receive and disburse domestic and international green finance in an effective and impactful way. This will include support in developing a strong institutional framework and governance system, set of policies, procedures and instruments that will enable BPDLH to effectively operationalize its mandates. The firm will also need to support BPDLH in the development of communications and stakeholder engagement strategies and assist in the design and operationalization of a monitoring and evaluation strategy. The support should also look to assist the Steering Committee of BPDLH to be able to play strategic tole to support the operationalization of the BPDLH, including define its role in the governance system of BPDLH. The firm wi

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eC2: Consultancy Service for the Indonesia Sustainable Landscape Management Multi Donor Trust Fund (SLM MDTF) to support the operationalization of the BPDLH

Deadline: 15-Jul-2020 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) Shrimp pond in Vietnam

The primary objective of this Consultancy is to provide advisory, capacity, and technical assistance to support the operationalization of the BPDLH through strategic, operational and technical inputs to build strong institutional frameworks that allow the BPDLH to receive and disburse domestic and international green finance in an effective and impactful way. This will include support in developing a strong institutional framework and governance system, set of policies, procedures and instruments that will enable BPDLH to effectively operationalize its mandates. The firm will also need to support BPDLH in the development of communications and stakeholder engagement strategies and assist in the design and operationalization of a monitoring and evaluation strategy. The support should also look to assist the Steering Committee of BPDLH to be able to play strategic tole to support the operationalization of the BPDLH, including define its role in the governance system of BPDLH.

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eC2: Indonesia Environment, Natural Resources and the Blue Economy Communication Consultancy

Deadline: 15-Jul-2020 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) indonesia

The World Bank is looking for a communications consultancy firm to produce both written and visual communication products as well as support events that capture the impact of the programs and share the data and knowledge produced by the team. The firm should be based in Jakarta and deliver specific communications products in close coordination with the World Banks ENB communications team. The broad scope of work includes developing a range of high quality and tailored communication products and services to support the teams sustainable landscape and oceans agenda. While the ENB team will request specific materials (as outlined below), the consulting firm’s is also expected to support the ENB Communication Specialist/Coordinator in developing a robust communication plan to disseminate, increase awareness, visibility and profile of the program, including in providing strategic support and advice on potential risk and issues management.

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COVID 19: Building a stronger recovery

Developing countries and the international community can take steps now to hasten recovery after the worst of the health crisis has passed, according to analytical chapters released from our latest Global Economic Prospects report. Securing core public services, getting money directly to people, and maintaining the private sector will limit the harm and help prepare for recovery.

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eC2: End-of-Term Review of IFC Agribusiness Program Indonesia

Deadline: 13-Feb-2020 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) agriculture-youth

The IFC Indonesia Agribusiness Program (the program) aims to promote inclusive and sustainable rural growth in Indonesia. It does this through the following three objectives: (i) Increase the income of smallholder farmers from sustainable agricultural production; (ii) Increase gender-responsive investments in agriculture and rural communities; and (iii) Increase demand for sustainably produced agricultural commodities.

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eC2: Advisory Services to the Indonesia Coastal Fisheries Initiative

Deadline: 10-Feb-2020 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) index

The objective of this consultancy is to identify: (1) main barriers a) for the participation of the private sector in sustainable fisheries and b) for the establishment of community private sector partnerships around sustainable fisheries; (2) advise on ways to address these barriers; and (3) present a concrete business case of return-seeking responsible investments in a specific target fishery, that incorporates the advice above, and thus informs understanding of fisheries investment risks and opportunities.

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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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