Deadline: 09-Sep-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Assignment Description: The main tasks of the firm to be selected through this procurement is to carry out supervision of activity (2) above, i.e. the development of the Integrated Flood Management Plan (IFMP) that will cover the three river basins, Ba, Cai Ninh Hoa and Cai Nha Trang. Three IFMP in three river basins will be developed. Upon request of VNDMA, it is necessary to scale up the experiences of, and lessons learnt from IFMP development in Vietnam. It is not the intention of this firm to be hired to develop the plan, but more to provide quality assurance during the management plan development process, and to ensure that adequate knowledge transfer is done to allow lessons learnt from other successful flood management plan development projects in Vietnam and other countries globally, are reflected through the development process and in the final plan. Integrated Flood Management Plans (IFMP) is a generic term that refers to flood risk management plans developed at the river basin level.
Deadline: 09-Jul-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The overall aim of this assessment is to provide an objective reference point for IFC and its private sector client(s) to formulate development options or advisory services needed for Pepper supply chain in Vietnam in order to improve profitability of black pepper production and achieve pepper industry players’ target on 100% sustainable pepper by 2025.
This includes: 1)Prepare a list of existing practices of advisory services provided to black pepper smallholders; 2)Prepare a list of existing agronomy products/package of practices that have potential to improve smallholder practices and improve income; 3)Understand baseline condition of black pepper farming and markets & analyze potential opportunities for improvement 4)Understand supply-demand conditions of (a) pepper seedling business at commune level; (b) drip irrigation equipment, etc; 5)determine the major constraints & opportunities 6) Provide recommendation and strategies of project interventions
Deadline: 24-May-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The Consultant will provide technical expertise across a range of fields including agro-ecology, livelihood adaptation, agricultural economics and value chain, and community and gender, to review, identify and provide analysis of sustainable climate-resilient transition models in agriculture, aquaculture, and horticulture livelihoods in the Mekong Delta.
Deadline: 17-May-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Objective: The Consultant will provide technical expertise across a range of fields including agro-ecology, livelihood adaptation, agricultural economics and value chain, and community and gender, to review, identify and provide analysis of sustainable climate-resilient transition models in agriculture, aquaculture, and horticulture livelihoods in the Mekong Delta. 1. Task 1: Define and describe the context and trends in at least six (06) agro-ecological sub-regions in the Mekong Delta: Plain of Reeds, Coastal LXQ, Mid-Tien and Mid-Hau River, West-Hau River, Ca Mau Peninsular, and West Coast Peninsula . 2. Task 2: Describe the most prevalent livelihood models in the six (06) agro-ecological sub regions. 3. Task 3: Assess the performance of the viable potential livelihood models. 4. Task 4: Identify livelihood transition pathways and strategies. Details in TOR attached.
Deadline: 15-May-2018 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Objective: The evaluation will focus on four main objectives as below: (i) Prevention and control of communicable diseases and newly emerging epidemics. (ii) Prevention and control of risk factors of non-communicable diseases. (iii)Food safety. (iv) Communication during events of public health importance and health emergencies.
Deadline: 18-Sep-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
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.
Deadline: 28-Aug-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Firms responding to this EOI should have practical experience working with the textile/apparel/footwear sector in Vietnam and/or other countries in Asia-Pacific and demonstrated expertise in developing cost-effective projects to save water, energy, and chemicals and reduce variable operating costs. Interested consultants must have a broad range of capabilities in the areas of firm-level REF scoping/detailed assessments, wastewater treatment and recycle projects, and sector-level capacity building, awareness raising, and employee training. In addition, interested consultant must have experience in developing captive renewable energy projects. Relevant experience working with manufacturing supply chains will be a plus. Development of high-quality reports and other deliverables in both English and Vietnamese in a timely manner will be required. The consultant team must have a local partner who work in related field. IFC reserves the right to modify the scope and/or cancel this EOI depending on available funding.
number could rise to 54 million.
. Yet, they are also at particular risk from overflowing rivers. Globally, river floods affect more than 21 million people. By 2030, due to climate change, population growth, and rapid urbanization, this
How can we enjoy the benefits these locations bring, without putting ourselves at unnecessary danger from floods?
While it is impossible to fully eliminate flood risk, actions can be taken to minimize the impact.
A proactive river basin-wide approach to flood risk management may be one of the solutions.
Attached a picture of Ousmane Dione and Nathan together with the Prime Ministers Phuc of Vietnam and Rutte of the Netherlands this Monday at the Catshuis (local equivalent of the White House) in The Hague, signing a trilateral MoU regarding collaboration on food safety. A spin-off under the WBG-NL Food for All Partnership. Great work by the Country Office and the Dutch Embassy Hanoi.