eC2: Assessments for Maritime Connectivity, Vulnerability and Strategic Needs in Pacific Island

Deadline:   07-Dec-2020 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)sunrise-phu-quoc-island-ocean.jpg

This activity package will be for:
(i) An assessment of international and domestic maritime connectivity between PICs and main gateway ports for efficient regional connectivity;
(ii) A vulnerability assessment of maritime infrastructure and operations to natural disasters, severe weather events and climate change with consideration to consequences for maritime safety;
(iii) A strategic needs assessment of immediate infrastructure priorities in the PICs to promote blue economy development, particularly in tourism, passenger transport, fisheries, and domestic and international trade.

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eC2: An Evaluation of the Human Resource Needs, Training Needs, and Skill Development Needs of the Maritime Transport and Port Sector

Deadline: 08-Mar-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) port-614543_640

Objective: The primary objective of the assignment has is to undertake an evaluation of the short/medium and long-term human resources, delineated by gender where possible, needs of the maritime transport sector in Tanzania, and prepare a time bound and costed business plan for each institution to meet those needs.

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eC2: Mexican Container Ports Market Study

Deadline: 21-Jun-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

The main purpose of the current Assignment is to obtain an updated market assessment, traffic, and revenue projections for Mexican Ports, based on recent developments in the region, as well as expected evolution of global trade and the changes underway in the international maritime industry.

The Consultant shall prepare 15 year, traffic and revenue forecasts for the Mexican port terminals covering the period (2017-32).

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eConsultant2: World Bank Looking for Maritime/Port Financial Specialist

Deadline: 27-Sep-2015 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

The consultant is expected to port-614543_640assess the financial situation of 15 planned ports in Indonesia and advise the Bank team on whether or not to provide financing for them. This will also require that the consultant has a look at the financial situation of the other ports in the program, which potentially could cross-subsidize the operation in financially less strong ports and of Pelindo II.
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