Deadline: 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.
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 (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.
The World Bank is assisting universal health coverage in Indonesia. The objective of this assignment is to conduct a survey of public expenditures and service delivery across a sample of district health offices; public and private primary care and private maternal health facilities and health care workers; and patients in Indonesia.
Activities will include: (i) providing assistance with the adaptation, development, and translation (English to Indonesian) of survey instruments, including facility-specific instruments and discrete instruments for district health offices, health care workers and, in selected areas, patient exit interviews; (ii) field testing and assistance with the revision and finalization of instruments; (iii) seeking and obtaining the necessary approvals and ethical clearances required for the work; and (iv) conducting data collection using the finalized instrument as per the sampling design, including data entry and cleaning. Continue reading