How the World Bank Delivered COVID Vaccines in East Asia and the Pacific



  • The World Bank has provided US$1.44 billion to support the purchase and distribution of COVID-19 vaccines, tests, and treatments in the East Asia and the Pacific (EAP) region, especially for the poor and vulnerable.
  • Strong partnerships and flexible financing approaches have helped countries ramp up their vaccination programs while investing in health, education, and social protection to ensure a more resilient future.
  • Based on the current pace of vaccination and availability of vaccines to EAP countries, most will achieve at least 70% coverage by mid-2022.

eC2: Hydromet modernization, Disaster EWS and Climate Services in EAP

Deadline: 18-Oct-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

The World Bank is enhancing is engagement on hydromet modernization, strengtheningwater disaster early warning systems and climate services in the East Asia and Pacific region. In this context, it is seeking the services of a consultant to undertake assessments and provide technical support on hydromet and climate services in several countries. Specifically, the objective of this consultancy is to (i) prepare a roadmap for hydromet modernization in Mongolia based on assessment of user needs and (ii) undertake an assessment and prepare roadmap for improving coastal monitoring and information systems in Myanmar.

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eC2:Selection of a consulting firm to scope for a Green building project in Mongolia

Deadline: 28-Jan-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)India building

IFC is looking for a consultant firm (the consultant) to support the scoping of the Green Building project in Mongolia. The objective of this consultancy is to assess the local conditions and opportunities for IFCs engagement with a new green building regulation and green building certification. For this assignment, IFC proposes to hire the services of the consultant for up to 50 days, from Feb 20th 2017 to April 15th

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Deadline: 05-Jan-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)general-transport-mosaic-main.jpg

The assignment is to formulate a sustainable financial strategy for Ulaanbaatars public transport sector and to carry out related studies. The consultants work will consist of four parts: (1) Diagnosis of the public transport sector in UB; (2) Sustainable Financial Strategy for Ulaanbaatars public transport sector; (3) Recommendations for the Financial Sustainability of Ulaanbaatars public transport sector and roadmap for the implementation; and (4) Workshops and trainings. Travel to Ulaanbaatar and face-to-face discussions with relevant city officials and staff are expected.

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