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Client: Directorate General of Marine Spatial Management – Ministry of Marine Affairs and Location: Batam, Bintan, Tapanuli Tengah, Lingga, Mentawai, Natuna, Nias Utara and 3 national MPAs in the districts of Anambas, Pulau Pieh and Gili Matra. Duration: Sep 2016 –July 2017. Contract Amount: IDR 14,267,150,000 and US$ 532,537.

This project is designed to achieve four outputs as listed below:

 Coral Reef Management and Institutions Strengthened

 This output will strengthen capacity developed under COREMAP II, and institutionalize community-based coral reef management initiatives within existing government legal systems and institutions by (i) incorporating roles and responsibilities of Lembaga Pengelola Sumber Daya Terumbu Karang (community coral reef resource management institutions) in village administrative structures through regulations; (ii) upgrading information centers established under COREMAP II into resource centers; (iii) providing support and mentoring by MMAF extension workers to district-level implementing agencies’ staff to mainstream a community coral reef management approach; (iv) establishing learning networks for fishing communities, MPA managers and local government officials to learn from each other and adopt best practices; (v) conducting socioeconomic and ecological surveys by Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia (LIPI, Indonesian Institute of Sciences); (vi) developing a decentralized certification program by LIPI for ecological benefit monitoring; (vii) upgrading coral reef management information system to include web-based user data access and reporting; (viii) conducting teacher training on local content curriculum; (ix) providing a postgraduate program for Directorate General of Capture Fisheries staff to develop sustainable fisheries management expertise; (x) strengthening MPA surveillance by providing equipment, infrastructure, policies, monitoring, control and surveillance, and joint patrols (inter-agency and community surveillance groups); and (xi) conducting training on conservation, coastal management, ecosystem approach for marine and fisheries management (EAFM), ecosystem monitoring and data management.

  1. Ecosystem based Resource Management Developed

 This output will strengthen MPA management effectiveness and biodiversity conservation. Specific activities are: (i) develop district-level coastal and marine spatial plans; (ii) improve MPA effectiveness including approval of MPA boundaries, MPA boards, zoning and management plan and provide MPA goods and equipment; (iii) provide integrated coastal zone management training, including climate change adaptation; (iv) assess coral reef fish stock and develop management plans for selected coral reef fish based on EAFM at government’s specified fisheries management area; (v) assess district fisheries management performance using EAFM indicators and provide training on EAFM; (vi) develop and implement management plans for six threatened species; (vii) pilot ecosystem valuation methodology, strengthen MPA financial management capacity, mainstream biodiversity considerations in policies and plans, and pilot payment for ecosystem services (PES) schemes; and (viii) conduct studies and surveys to support sustainable fishing regulations, ecosystem approaches to fisheries management, and MPA networks.

  1. Sustainable Marine-based Livelihood Improved

This output will build infrastructure to support sustainable livelihoods and income- generating activities by (a) developing sustainable ecosystem-based coastal and marine enterprises with value chains linked to markets; (b) providing basic infrastructure and equipment to MPA management boards and communities for improved income generation, MPA management, and social welfare through public- private partnerships; (c) developing community model enterprises to support sustainable livelihoods, including assistance for feasibility studies and analysis of complete value chains; and (d) training district enterprise staff, community microenterprises and their beneficiaries on business and sustainable livelihoods and pilot certification regimen.

The project will facilitate partnerships between the local government programs, community groups and private entrepreneurs in enterprise operation, management, and marketing to create sustainable enterprise value-chain alliances in order to provide a built-in advisory group for the community enterprises and maintain open dialogs between the local government (e.g., who may be operating a grouper hatchery), the community small-scale entrepreneurs (e.g., who may be cultivating the groupers to add value) and the buyers who can connect the producers to the markets. The project objective will be to leave a network of district marine-based business incubators or model enterprises which will be a public- private partnership where individuals, private sector companies, investors, and government can meet to advise new entries into the field on training and partnership opportunities, to share and support innovation and entrepreneurship towards producing and developing value chain products. Quality assurances of products will be a key principle to promote sustainability, so that seafood safety, product registration, product and source certifications can be tracked and verified. The project will provide business training in planning and operating small business to the small operators as well as the government partners they connect with and rely on. Value chain and market connection activities will be defined by the participating stakeholders through joint site-based feasibility assessment but will and may be focused on complementary MPA management and ecotourism activities (e.g., handicrafts, nature rangers and guides, watersports and diving facilities, nature education, food and hospitality services, etc.), high value aquaculture (live reef fish, seahorses, cage culture like grouper, seaweeds, catfish culture, etc. and related support services); and processing of captured fish. In developing livelihoods and enterprises, care will be taken to ensure that intended activities are aligned and connected with coral reef conservation in the project area, and that there is a strong gender balance in the opportunities for new and expanding enterprises.

  1. Project Management

The project will support all implementing agencies in administration and financial aspects to meet both ADB and Government regulations on safeguard, procurement and financial requirements. This output will manage and implement project activities, and also institutionalize national coral reef management arrangements.

The Project Management Consultant will be engaged in the following activities:

 Project works Planning

  1. Project Management (including data entry and operations)
  2. Goods and Works Procurement, Consultant Selection
  3. Financial Management Planning (Budgeting, Disbursement, Replenishment, etc)
  4. Monitoring and Information System
  5. Reporting

The Technical Consultant National Project Implementation Unit will be engaged in the following area of activities:

  1. Project work planning;
  2. Community Development;
  3. Marine Protected Area Effectiveness;
  4. Economic Development in part of Community Development;
  5. Legal advisory and safeguarding;
  6. Institutional arrangement; and
  7. Reporting

Client: Directorate General of Marine Spatial Management – Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries. Location: Selayar, Pangkajene Kepulauan (Pangkep), Sikka, Biak, Raja Ampat, Buton, Wakatobi, and 7 national marine conservation area (Aru Tenggara, Laut Banda, Raja Ampat, Waigeo, Padaido, Kapoposang, Laut Sawu). Duration: Sep 2016 – July 2017. Contract Amount: IDR 13,925,085,000.

COREMAP-CTI will focus on achieving three key groups of outcomes: (a) improved health of coastal ecosystems and biodiversity protection; (b) more effective management of MCAs and their resources through the introduction of an ecosystem-based approach; and (c) sustainable, community-based enterprise development and alternative livelihoods linked to the blue economy.

The key outcome indicators to assess the achievements of the Project Development Objective (PDO) are listed below:

  1. Coral eco-system health, consisting of a composite indicator relating to reef health index improved from 2013 level for at least 70% of project sites, and at least maintained for the remaining sites (assuming no natural disturbances) (project sites: seven districts and 13 MCAs).
  2. Destructive fishing, consisting of a composite indicator, shows a declining trend over the project
  3. MCA effectiveness indicators: (i) all 13 MCAs show an improvement in their overall management scores which cover a range of aspects including zoning, existence and implementation of management plans, consultations with communities and IP groups, enforcement, staffing, among others, to graduate to the Yellow level; (ii) 9 of the 13 MCAs reach 50% of the score for the Green level; and (iii) 4 of these 9 MCAs achieve 10% of the score for the Blue
  4. Income increased for project beneficiaries: (i) those continuing to remain in fishing (15% net of inflation); and (ii) project affected persons (surrogate indicator) at least 20% financial rate of return on sustainable enterprises for alternative income generation.
  5. At least 30% of project beneficiaries are

This project will have four components activities to achieve the PDO indicators as listed below:

  1. Institutional Strengthening for Decentralized Coral Reef Management

Institutionalize the COREMAP Approach and provide support for policy and legal framework development through the following activities in the selected districts or in the national and district MCAs as applicable: i) strengthening and expansion of the COREMAP approach, ii) support for robust ecological and socioeconomic monitoring,

iii) strengthening surveillance of coastal ecosystems, iv) strengthening technical capacity.

2.   Development of Ecosystem Based Resources Management

Improve management of national and district MCAs and create enabling conditions for sustainable use of the surrounding production seascape through the following activities in the selected districts, respective provinces, national and district MCAs, or selected fisheries management areas, as applicable: i) support preparation of zoning plans, ii) application of integrated coastal management, iii) management effectiveness of MCAs including marine threatened species, iv) piloting community right-based approach, v) sustainable fisheries management in selected fisheries management areas.

  1. Strengthening Sustainable Marine-Based Economy

 Support the development of sustainable, ecosystem-based marine enterprises that reinforce links between healthy marine ecosystems and economic benefits, and create an economic basis to sustain COREMAP local institutions (including coastal resources management committees, community surveillance groups (pokmaswas- kelompok masyarakat pengawas), gender groups, and conservation groups) through the carrying out of the following activities in the selected districts or national or district MCAs, as applicable: i) creation of basic infrastructure, ii) pilot program to test the development of sustainable enterprises alliances.

  1. Project Management, Coordination and Learning

 Support for the following activities: (a) monitoring and evaluation of Project performance; (b) learning networks and dissemination of best practices; (c) compliance monitoring on safeguards and fiduciary management; and (d) coordination with the Asian Development Bank and other partners.

The Consultant will be engaged in the following area of activities:

 Project work planning;

  1. Community Development;
  2. Marine Conservation Area Effectiveness;
  3. Economic Development in part of Community Development;
  4. Legal advisory and safeguarding;
  5. Reporting

The Technical Consultants (TC) will support the NPIU KKJI and the PIUs, including relevant UPTs in:

 Preparing detailed Project work plan;

  1. Developing implementation approaches, procedures, and guidelines for key project activities and for coordinating implementation by the concerned agencies at the national and regional level;
  2. Designing and developing consistent approaches and procedures to implement the MCA development strategy, particularly the human resources development, MPA management, policy and ecological tasks and objectives;
  3. Developing and implementing various empowerment and economic development activities with the communities, primarily in the seven WB districts;
  4. Developing regional coastal and coral reef policies, strategies, and implementation guidelines within the framework of the CTI National Plan of Action, and related national and regional integrated, sustainable, ecosystem- based fisheries and coastal management laws, regulations and policies;
  5. Drafting necessary amendments, marine protected areas, marine spatial planning, and threatened species to local, regional and national laws, statutes, and regulations pertinent to coral reef management and law enforcement;
  6. Working closely with LIPI and the regional CRITCs in developing the Project’s research framework, identifying possible research partners, assisting the PIUs in contracting out of research studies/surveys to suitable institutions, monitoring the conduct of research, and evaluating research results;
  7. Working closely with LIPI and the regional PIUs to create district and MCA mixed stakeholder monitoring programs, including communities, NGOs, private sector and universities to collect regular ecosystem, socioeconomic and related monitoring used standard approaches, compiled nationally through LIPI;
  8. Developing and operating the Project’s Benefit Monitoring and Evaluation system;
  9. Assisting in formulating the implementation approaches, procedures, and guidelines for coastal and coral reef management and marine- based economic development at the Project sites, in particular for national and local MCA
  10. Preparing plans for the upgrading of a computerized management information system for the Project’s activities and as part of a long- term national government open access system, particularly for ecosystem status, benefit monitoring and evaluation;
  11. Developing and institutionalizing core competency skills and curriculums for MMAF and district marine and fisheries staff among others in EAFM and MCA;
  12. Developing the Project’s overall training framework and training curricula, modules,

and materials, and evaluating the effectiveness of training courses;

  1. Designing the outreach and communication systems so that all stakeholders receive timely information on activities, opportunities, results;
  2. Advising NPIUs on the development and application of an environmental and social safeguard screening process prior to the approval of each village infrastructure development plan and the award of civil works contracts to avoid or minimize adverse environmental and social impacts.

Implementing the Environment and Social Safeguard Framework (ESSF) and assisting NPIU/PIUs in developing relevant safeguard documents required by the framework, including providing training/capacity building for the PIUs working with districts, NGO, and contractors in community empowerment, resource management, village development, and income generation; and planning and supporting a feasibility review of various economic enterprise activities in the districts that are ―eco‖ friendly and sustainable, marine-resources-based, are connected to strong private sector and public partners, and are creating economically strategic and successful alliances.

Client: Indonesia Climate Change Trust Fund (ICCTF), Ministry of National Development Planning/BAPPENAS; Location: Gili Matra, West Nusa Tenggara; Duration: April 2021 – November 2022. Contract Amount: IDR 7,894,179,803.

 Purpose and Objectives

The purpose of grant package #2 “Support for MPA Management and Endangered, Threatened, and Protected (ETP) Species National Plan of Action (NPOA) Implementation in Gili Matra” is to support the management effectiveness of Gili Matra to reach 80% blue level through the improvement of MPA management and development of shark ecotourism and implementation of sea turtle NPOA. The package will focus on some objectives that relate to the effort of strengthening MPA management in the tourism sector and the implementation of NPOA of the sea turtle. The specific activities of package #2 are to:

  1. Develop Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) on the most important aspect of MPA management to enhance the management effectiveness of Gili Matra MPA and asses the current level of management effectives (EKKP3K) of the MPA target.
  2. Upgrade and modernize the existing visitor management system for Gili Matra MPA and its manual guideline to support management effectiveness in the ecotourism sector.
  3. Improvement of PES in Gili Matra MPA with the incorporation of the current mechanism of non-tax revenue collection by BKKPN Kupang.
  4. Provide support on the establishment of MPA network in West Nusa Tenggara Province.
  5. Provide support for Shark and sea turtle NPOA implementation and the improvement of the NPOA document. Conduct a series of field surveys to collect primary and secondary data to support a shark population dynamic assessment. Conduct a sea turtle population survey and tagging. Develop feasibility study and business plan of shark ecotourism.
  6. Provide series of capacity building activities to the communities, sub-national and national staff and related stakeholders and provide diving equipment to support sustainable tourism in targeted islands (Gili Meno, Gili Air).
  7. Implementation of public information dissemination scheme through the establishment of an Information Centre and other relevant infrastructure and procure the supporting equipment to optimize its function, provide boundary signage and information board.
  8. Documented lesson learned and best practices from the project implementation

Scope of Project

The scope of project on the Grant Package #2 should cover any activities and deliverables that includes but not limited to:

  1. Develop the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) on the most important aspect of MPA management to enhance the management effectiveness of Gili Matra MPA and report on its dissemination and socialization on the SOPs. In addition, the Consultant should conduct a coordination meeting to provide a yearly update on the management effectiveness EKKP3K (Evaluasi Efektivitas Pengelolaan Kawasan Konservasi Perairan, Pesisir dan Pulau-pulau Kecil) status of Gili Matra MPA and report the update to MMAF. To properly deliver this output, the consultant is expected to conduct several activities that include but not limited to:

–  Identification of two SOP priorities with local government and relevant stakeholders. The SOP should also include the mechanism to harmonize current decentralization regulation trough UU 23/2014 and to improve sustainable ecotourism in Gili Matra 

–  Development of SOPs

–  Implementation of public consultation

–  Finalization of SOPs

–  Dissemination of SOPs

–  Completion of intermediate and Final report

  1. Upgrade and modernize the existing Visitor Management System (VMS) for Gili Matra MPA and its manual guideline to support management effectiveness in the ecotourism sector. The modernized version of VMS is intended to provide the management body with a platform to manage its visitor and expedite the permit application process through an online application system. The system should host any necessary information that includes but not limited to dive sites with theirs carrying capacity, prime tourist destinations and activities on the land, and water around the islands, restriction, and requirements to visit the location. Through the system, the management body should be able to manage the number of visitors in the given tourist destination and provides an alternative if it reaches the maximum capacity or conducts temporary closure if necessary. It also records any information from domestic and foreign visitors and their nature of visit for further development. The modernized VMS can be developed based on the previous version as an improvement of the non-tax revenue collection system by BKKPN (Balai Kawasan Konservasi Perairan Nasional) Kupang. Close coordination with all stakeholders is mandatory during the development of the VMS to ensure compliance and the functionality of the system. In addition, the consultant should provide a manual guideline to operate and troubleshoot the system. The manual guideline of VMS is intended to provide a guideline for BKKPN to operate the system.
  2. Support for the improvement of Payment of Ecosystem Services (PES) in Gili Matra MPA. The PES document should include the implementation framework and draft Naskah Akademik as a legal basis for the establishment/legalization. Hence, the consultant should work closely with BKKPN Kupang, MMAF, District, and Provincial Governments as well as related stakeholders during the preparation and formulation of the document. The PES should be developed under the current non-tax revenue mechanism organized by BKKPN Kupang. Further, the consultant is expected to deliver Technical Document for the PES Implementation plan that is approved and legalized by the Regional Authority (BKKPN).
  3. Provide support of technical and coordination on the establishment of MPAs network in West Nusa Tenggara Province. The consultant is expected to support the Ministry of Marine Affairs and Fisheries (MMAF), MPA Management Bodies, Provincial Agency and related stakeholders to continue the development of MPA networks in the area.
  4. Provide support for Shark and sea turtle NPOA implementation and the improvement of the NPOA document. Conduct a series of field surveys to collect primary and secondary data to support a shark population dynamic assessment. Conduct a sea turtle population survey and tagging.
  5. Provide series of capacity building activities to the communities, sub-national and national staff and related stakeholders and provide diving equipment to community tourism groups to support sustainable tourism in targeted islands (Gili Meno, Gili Air). The project’s gender action plan to be applied. The series of training is intended to provide a capacity building to the local communities, MPA management body, Provincial Agency, and related stakeholders. The series of training will include dive training, hospitality training, and workshop/training to the community on shark ecotourism and/or bycatch reduction when relevant. The training materials should be relevant and customized based on the participant’s needs
  6. Implementation of public information dissemination scheme through the establishment of an Information Centre and other relevant infrastructure, secure the required land in compliance with ADB safeguards principle (Safeguards Policy Statement, 2009), and procure the supporting equipment to optimize its function, provide boundary signage and information board. The Information center should be able to provide tourism services and related MPA management functions of Gili Matra MPA. The boundary signage and information board should provide necessary information to the visitors with regulations and appropriate instruction such as dos and don’ts activities within the Gili Matra MPA. The establishment of these light infrastructures should comply with ADB procurement guidelines (2017, amended from time to time) and environmental and social safeguards (Safeguards Policy Statement 2009). During the project preparation and implementation, the consultant should work closely with the local community (direct involvement and direct employment when possible), MPA management body (BKKPN Kupang) and its branch office, and District as well as Provincial-level government to ensure the establishment of these infrastructures are appropriate with Gili Matra Management plan.
  7. Develop the lesson learned and best practices from the project implementation
  8. Develop the project health and safety plan in response to the pandemic of corona virus disease.
  9. For the health and safety reasons, consultants should follow the regulations and guidance on COVID-19 health and safety prevention and controls issued by the government, or international good practices in the absence of national provisions.
  10. The consultant is responsible for their own health and safety in relation to the consulting services assignment and shall comply with the country specific requirements and regulations in relation to COVID-19.

Output of Project

The specific output of the Package #2, which at least contains but not limited to:

  1. Priority Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) and a document on how to harmonize current decentralization regulation trough UU 23/2014 to improve MPA management.
  2. An upgraded and modernized VMS and the manual guideline of the VMS.
  3. Payment of Ecosystem Services (PES) document (such as implementation framework and draft Naskah Akademik) in Gili Matra MPA.
  4. Technical report on the assessment of shark population dynamic, sea turtle population and tagging of 10 sea turtles as well as report on the improvement of two species NPOAs.
  5. Feasibility study report and business plan of shark ecotourism
  6. Progress report on MoU development and lessons learned of the MPA network initiative in West Nusa Tenggara Province.
  7. Ecotourism training deliver to 20 participants with gender proportionate representation (minimum 30% women participation).
  8. Dive training is delivered to the 15 participants (10 certified) appropriate participants for the MPA management body, local communities, District and Provincial Tourism Agency, management along with workshop as part of shark-based ecotourism development as well as procured dive equipment.
  9. Public information dissemination scheme implemented and Information Centre and other relevant infrastructure, information boards, and boundary signage established including the appropriate equipment. Ensure 30% women’s participation in public awareness activities.
  10. Publication Material product from Lesson learned and best practices documentation (multimedia and printed material)

Client: Indonesia Climate Change Trust Fund (ICCTF), Ministry of National Development Planning/BAPPENAS; Location: Gili Matra, West Nusa Tenggara; Duration: April 2021 – December 2022. Contract Amount: IDR 10,520,729,666.

Purpose and Objectives

The purpose of grant package #5 “Support for Ecosystem Based Resource Management Plans and Sustainable Marine-Based Livelihoods in Gili Matra” is to support the management effectiveness of Gili Matra to reach an 80% blue level. The grant package #5 will focus on some objectives that relate to the implementation of ecosystem-based resource management plans and the effort of strengthening community livelihood based on sustainable use of coral reef fishery. The specific activities of grant package #5 are to:

  1. Support the MPA management body and local community groups on a coral reef rehabilitation and restoration
  2. Provide an empirical assessment of the coral reef rehabilitation in Gili Matra MPA.
  3. Support the implementation of the coral reef fisheries improvement program and the community-based livelihood, including the baseline and completion surveys.
  4. Maintain coordination with local government authorities during the project implementation.
  5. Conduct community awareness and public campaigns on MPA law enforcement, Marine Conservation Area (MCA), and endangered, threatened, and protected (ETP) species in Gili Matra MPA.
  6. Capacity building for community, sub-national and national staff and related stakeholder on the coral reef rehabilitation and community-based surveillance
  7. Implementation of surveillance scheme through establishment of light infrastructures, provide surveillance equipment and operational support as well as capacity building to strengthen surveillance activities.
  8. Documented lessons learned, best practices, and learning exchange during the project implementation.

Scope of Project

 The scope of the project on Package #5 should cover any activities and deliverables that include but not limited to:

  1. Coral Reef Rehabilitation (CRR).

The CRR is intended to restore and rehabilitate at least 5% of degraded coral reef areas through appropriate methods such as transplantation, artificial reef, bio rock according to the area condition and baseline data. To implement the community CRR, the consultant is expected to conduct the following activities and other activities that might relevant to achieve the output such as:

–  Series of surveys to identify target locations for coral reef rehabilitation sites. The consultant is expected to consult with the community and management authority to select the priority target areas.

–  Implementation of coordination meetings with other related stakeholders to formulate appropriate methods to restore/rehabilitate coral reef ecosystems in the target locations.

–  Capacity building on coral reef rehabilitation for community, sub-national and national staff

–  Preparation of infrastructure and materials for the coral reef rehabilitation and restoration activities according to the agreed methods such as transplantation media and coral fragments, as well as artificial coral reef infrastructure if necessary.

–  implementation of coral reef restoration and monitoring as well as maintenance during the project period

–  conduct project completion survey.

  1. Provide an empirical assessment of the coral reef rehabilitation in Gili Matra.

The consultant is expected to provide an empirical assessment in the form of cost-benefit analysis including valuation of ecosystem services of coral reef rehabilitation in Gili Matra. The consultant will conduct primary and secondary data collection through field survey (if needed) and coordination meeting with the local community, MPA management body, and related stakeholders. Technical reports and dissemination of findings should be delivered to the management authority and related stakeholders and be completed during the project period.

  1. Implement the coral reef fisheries improvement program and the community-based livelihood. The project’s gender action plan to be applied.

The consultant will initiate the coral reef fisheries improvement program through the initiation and formulation of harvest strategy on coral reef fishery (particularly inshore snapper) in the Gili Matra MPA and its adjacent waters. The consultant is expected to conduct primary and secondary data collection (baseline data and project completion data) and coordination with local government, communities, MPA management body, and other related stakeholders during the project period. The consultant will provide eco-friendly fishing gear and workshop related to a sustainable use of fisheries resources. Also, the project will support livelihood improvement for 3 community-based enterprises. The consultant is expected to deliver a series of capacity building and technical assistance to the community on the appropriate techniques of post-harvest process, packaging, and marketing of sea-food based products. The consultant is expected to conduct several activities that include but not limited to:

–    The implementation of public consultation, focus group discussion (FGD) and coordination meeting with local governments, national government and related stakeholders to formulate the good practices of coral reef fisheries including snapper fishery and its post-harvest strategy

–    Conduct capacity building on processing, packaging, and marketing includes the acquirement of Perizinan Pangan Industri Rumah Tangga (PIRT) certificate and/or Halal certificate. Provide sustainable fishing gears to the selected fisherman group and processing and packaging equipment’s of the coral reef fisheries including snapper fishery to the selected community-based enterprises. The selection of the community-based enterprises is based on identification in the site through discussion with community, head of village and district office. The selection criteria will be developed by the consultant/NGO based on the discussion and local condition.

–    Capacity building for communities on the utilization of sustainable fishing gears, and knowledge sharing. Reporting and evaluation.

–    Implement the project gender action plan in relation to project activities.

  1. Maintain coordination with local government authorities during the project implementation
  2. Conduct community awareness and public campaigns on MPA law enforcement, Marine Conservation Area (MCA) and (ETP) species in Gili Matra MPA, including effectiveness evaluation of campaign and capacity building. The project’s gender action plan to be applied.
  3. Implementation of surveillance scheme through establishment of light infrastructures and/or other relevant infrastructures, provide surveillance equipment and operational support as well as capacity building to strengthen surveillance activities. If land need to be acquired, it has to comply with ADB safeguards principle. To strengthen community surveillance groups in Gili Matra MPA, the consultant will establish a surveillance post, procure boats, and surveillance equipment for the community groups. Also, the consultant will provide operational support for a routine community group patrol. It is important that the detailed engineering design (DED) consultant should consider the availability of certain materials and construction skills of the community during the construction period. The establishment of a surveillance post should comply with ADB procurement guidelines (2017, amended from time to time) and environmental and social safeguards (Safeguards Policy Statement 2009). The consultant will assess the status of the community groups and conduct due diligence and a need assessment survey before the procurement is performed and BAST (Berita Acara Serah Terima / the transfer of works record) to ICCTF is completed according to the Indonesian regulation. Training on surveillance to the community group (at least 30 persons) shall be delivered after the group’s assessments and registration are completed.   The training is intended to provide a capacity building to the local communities, MPA management body, Provincial and related stakeholders on MPA law enforcement. The training materials should be relevant and standardized based on the fisheries law and regulation to prevent illegal and destructive fishing, unreported, and unregulated fishing and ensure the compliance of MPA management and zoning plan. The activities should include but not limited to:

–  Identification of training target participants

–  Preparation of curriculum and training materials based on national guidelines

–  Implementation of training

–  Evaluation of training effectiveness and reporting 

  1. Development of lesson learned and best practices of the project implementation.
  2. Develop the project health and safety plan in response to the pandemic of corona virus disease (COVID-19).
  3. For the health and safety reasons, consultants should follow the regulations and guidance on COVID-19 health and safety prevention and controls issued by the government, or international good practices in the absence of national provisions.
  4. The consultant is responsible for their own health and safety in relation to the consulting services assignment and shall comply with the country specific requirements and regulations in relation to COVID-19.
  5. Ensure at least 30% women’s participation in training.

Output of Project

The specific output of the Package #5, which at least contains but not limited to:

  1. Restoration and rehabilitation of least 5% of degraded areas on coral reef through appropriate methods.
  2. Technical report on the survey to identify the precise location of coral reef restoration and its appropriate rehabilitation method, including the baseline data.
  3. Technical report on coral reef restoration, baseline and completion data, and cost-benefit analysis of coral reef restoration.
  4. Equipment provided for at least 3 community groups to improve community livelihood in Gili Matra based on sustainable coral reef fishery including snapper,
  5. Coordination with the local government authorities during the project implementation is maintained.
  6. Training is delivered to minimum 3 communities-based fisher’s group for coral reef fish including snapper, on sustainable fisheries, processing/ handling, packaging as well as food certification
  7. Two surveillance community group trained and equipped for operational (training, equipment, fund)
  8. Surveillance training is delivered to at least 30 appropriate for surveillance group, management body, and related stakeholders as well as operational support for community surveillance.
  9. Training on coral reef rehabilitation and MPA conservation is delivered to at least 20 people from community, sub-national and national staff.
  10. Media campaigns are delivered to the appropriate audiences to raise awareness on MPA law enforcement, Marine Conservation Area (MCA), and ETP species issue.
  11. Surveillance scheme implemented and surveillance post and/or other relevant infrastructures for surveillance established for MPA patrol support.
  12. Publication material product Lessons learned and best practices (multimedia and printed material)

Client: Ministry of Public Works and Housing; Location: Jakarta, South Sumatera, North Sumatera, East Java, West Java, Central Java, West Nusa Tenggara, East Nusa Tenggara, South Sulawesi, Southeast Sulawesi, and Central Kalimantan; Duration: June 2021 – June 2024. Contract Amount: USD 885,100 and IDR 20,410,625,000.

Indonesia has established a strategic program in starting the implementation of irrigation management through the introduction of the modernization concept through activities of Strategic Irrigation Modernization and Urgent Rehabilitation Project / SIMURP. In general, the implementation of SIMURP activities aims to improve irrigation system services and strengthen the accountability of irrigation system management in selected irrigation areas. The scope of SIMURP activities is spread over 12 irrigation areas and 2 swamp areas with a total area of 276,000 ha (100,000 ha in component A and 176,000 ha in component B) in 9 RBOs of 8 provinces and 16 districts. As an executing agency, the Directorate General of Water Resources of the Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing through the CPMU SIMURP has the following tasks:

a. Coordinating the planning and integration of programs in order to achieve the objectives and objectives of the activity;

b. Providing administrative guidance to CPIU, NPIU, and PIU in the preparation of the annual work plan program and overall activity plan (overall work plan), that includes assessment of the potential environmental and social impacts of each activity proposed in the annual work plan;

c. Consolidating and preparing consolidated annual work plan to be submitted as a review material to the Ministry of National Development Planning/ BAPPENAS, before obtaining approval from the World Bank;

d. Consolidating and compiling a consolidated withdrawal application to be submitted to the World Bank through the Ministry of Finance;

e. Monitoring and evaluating the achievement of Project Development Objectives for Strategic Irrigation Modernization and Urgent Rehabilitation (SIMURP) Projects;

f. Consolidating and preparing consolidated financial reports and consolidated progress reports to be submitted to the Ministry of National Development Planning/BAPPENAS and the World Bank; and

g. Providing assistance to the CPMU Secretariat.

Client: Directorate of River and Coastal, Directorate General of Water Resources, Ministry of Public Works and Housing. Location: Jakarta, Banten and Ambon; Duration: Nov 2017 – Dec 2022 (60 months), Contract Amount: USD 189,608 and IDR 19,337,373,670.

The Project will promote effective flood risk management (FRM) by coupling infrastructure investment with supporting software measures. It will contribute to achievement of the 2015-2019 Government’s RPJMN sector Gili Eco to reduce the magnitude of economic and social damages due to floods. The Project will support the implementation of an area slice of the sector development plan. The Project builds on lessons from past and ongoing ADB and other development partners’ assistance in flood management.

The specific outputs of Package 2 are to (i) Day-to-day project implementation, planning and budgeting, procurement, disbursement, monitoring, reporting, (ii). Establish a financial management system and submit to Ministry of Finance details required for timely withdrawal applications to ADB ensuring timely financial audits as per agreed timeframe,(iii) Coordinate timely provision of agreed counterpart funds from executing agency and implementing agencies for project activities, (iv) Responsible for collection and consolidation of all support documents, reporting documents and annual audit report and financial statements and public disclosure, (v) Monitoring and evaluation of project activities and outputs, including periodic review, preparation of progress reports identifying issues and action plans (vi) Submit an annual work plan showing supporting (general) and subproject activities to ADB for review and no objection, (vii) Coordinate and provide guidance on project implementation to local government and other relevant agencies (viii) Collection, consolidation and safe keeping of all Project progress reports, site reports, technical and financial reports and their submission to ADB, (ix) Preparation of quarterly progress reports, midterm project evaluation report and the overall project completion report (x) Monitor compliance with environmental and social safeguards Development of project performance management system and spatial interface, (xi) Monitoring and evaluation of components performance, including financial management, (xii) Monitoring and evaluation of project implementation, progress and success indicators, (xiii) Preparation of a policy recommendation note based on the best practices and lessons-learned from the monitoring and evaluation of the project implementation, (xiv) Social and environment safeguards oversight, (xv) Media communication.

Consultant’s will carry out the following tasks:

a. Supporting the CPMU for sustainable system management and strategies for operation and maintenance of sub-project works;

b. Review the water resources development strategy (Pola) and plans (Rencana) of the targeted basins; identify the critical gaps where the project can add benefits, and propose the remedial measures;

c. Ensure close coordination with CPIUs team and ensure that the project will not be interrupted by any project management reasons;

d. Assist the CPMU with all   aspects   of   project administration,  performance   and monitoring and preparation of reports;

e. Assist in identifying two additional river basins and facilitate and coordinate the FRM planning activities in additional two river basins;

f. Maintain proper coordination among CPMU, CPIUs, PIUs, PPIUs, DPIUs and other relevant national agencies to expedite the project implementation and help resolve any critical issues during project implementation;

g. Ensure timely delivery of specified reports in a format acceptable to government and the ADB;

h. Prepare implementation guideline;

i. Prepare and assist CPMU/CPIU in conducting workshops and meetings related to the Project;

j. Coordinate with the other Team Leaders in the Project in collecting and sharing data or information necessary for integrating project implementation.

Client: Ministry of Public Works and Housing; Location: Palu, Central Sulawesi. Duration: January 2022 – June 2024. Contract Amount: IDR 48,513,589,040.

Scope of Works and Field of Project

The consulting services shall be provided by an international consulting firm (hereinafter referred to as “the Consultant”), which will be selected, through Shortlist method and Quality- and Cost-Based Selection (QCBS) method, in compliance with Guidelines for the Employment of Consultants under Japanese ODA Loans, April 2012 (hereinafter referred to as “JICA Guideline”). The objective of the consulting services is to achieve the efficient and proper implementation of the Project through the following works:

a. Implementation plan

b. Detailed design

c. Tender assistance

d. Construction supervision

e. Facilitation of implementation of environmental consideration and land acquisition in accordance with Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF)

f. Knowledge Transfer

g. Proof Engineering

The Component 2 will be divided into several subprojects and contract packages. As a model and quick-win subproject in order to show the early output of reconstruction in Central Sulawesi, one subproject (or contract package) will be conducted as 1st Package with support from TC. The consultant performs from construction supervision for 1st Package, while design and other studies, procurement, and construction supervision for remaining packages, 2nd Package, will be conducted by the Consultant

Client: Location: Indramayu, Majalengka and Cirebon Districts in West Java Province. Duration: November 2019 – November 2022. Contract Amount: IDR 9,010,125,000.

The Directorate of Water and Irrigation, BAPPENAS as the NSCWR (National Steering Committee on Water Resource) secretariat in the Irrigation Modernization Project (RIMP) Range has the task of carrying out an Independent Monitoring and Evaluation (IME) activity to measure the progress, prospects and potential outcomes of the project.

The Consultant will carry out the following tasks:

(1). Carry out an assessment of project implementation:

a. IME Consultants carry out their duties and responsibilities towards developing methodologies and carrying out an assessment of irrigation modernization readiness;

b. Collecting data and information on project implementation from management consultants and supervision as well as other relevant data and information, which are complemented by both quantitative and qualitative problem analysis that refers to project performance indicators (outputs and outcomes);

c. Conducting an independent survey to collect data and information from all stakeholders accompanied by analysis and synthesis including an assessment of the project implementation process by referring to project performance indicators (outputs and outcomes). In addition, it also carries out spatial data collection in the Range;

d. Consolidation of data and information on survey results and spatial data in the Range;

e. Arrange findings that are based on project outputs and outcomes, and propose further policy recommendations;

f. Provide input and recommendations to the NSCWR-Bappenas to improve project management and implementation performance, project outcomes (outcomes and impacts), and sustainability of project benefits.

(2). Carry out facilitation and coordinate the process of integrating planning between irrigation (physical) and non-physical rehabilitation (institutional, farming, livelihood) activities through:

a. Preparation of recommendations for development, management and utilization plans in the DI Range, by integrating aspects of irrigation modernization including the use of water other than rice and the pattern of carrying out co-operative tasks for operation and maintenance by prioritizing farmers’ participatory

b. Analyze the spatial conversion of paddy fields in the project area and the Span, as well as an analysis of the constraints to the application of land use control regulations.

c. Carry out a special study or policy paper, which consists of:

–  Special study 1: Pressure on infrastructure development and the development of settlements and business areas on the conversion of paddy fields and analysis of the use of irrigation networks as well as estimating the index of water productivity in the project area in the Range;

–  Special study 2: Strategies for improving irrigation managers’ institutional performance

–  IME consultants can assign their personnel to facilitate and coordinate OPD (Regional Apparatus Organizations) in non-physical activities especially coordination and strengthening of irrigation management institutions in the DI Range project

–  Formulate integrated policy recommendations and replication between irrigation modernization and agricultural aspects based on the findings of the IME and other relevant

Client: Location: Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam, North Sumatera, West Sumatera, South Sumatera, Lampung, West Java, Central Java, DI. Yogyakarta, East Java, West Nusa Tenggara, East Nusa Tenggara, West Sulawesi, South Sulawesi, Central Sulawesi. Duration: July 2014 – May 2018. Contract Amount: IDR 19,885,248,375.

The objective of WISMP II as stipulated in the Loan Agreement is to assist Government of Indonesia to improve its capacity for basin water resources and irrigation management and increase irrigated agriculture productivity in the Project Area.

The Project covers a total 18 river basins, 14 provinces and 101 districts. The basins, provinces and districts largely overlap with the WISMP1 and the EU funded and Bank administered sister program NTB Water Resources Management Project. They were selected based on an evaluation of their performance under those projects through an extensive consultation process with participating national, provincial and district agencies.

The Project consists of the following four components:

  1. Component 1. Basin Water Resources Management Improvement;
  2. Component 2. Participatory Irrigation Management Improvement;
  3. Component 3. Jatiluhur Irrigation Management Improvement; and
  4. Component 4. Project Management and Implementation

Independent Monitoring and Evaluation (IME) at National Steering Committee on Water Resources (NSCWR) will provide better means for policy and planning coordination as well as enhance performance, output, and outcome of the project. The Objectives of IME consulting services are as follows:

  1. Assessing stakeholders’ perception about the project through effective and transparent

representation mechanisms;

  1. Monitoring of the capacity and the level of participation of various stakeholders in planning and implementing project activities, and performance of Project Management and Implementing Unit in terms of project implementation planning and implementation reflecting beneficiaries needs;
  2. Assessing the prospects and potential outcomes of the project and its relevance to the overall project;
  3. Preparing recommendations for making necessary adjustments in the project design and implementation arrangements during the implementation period in light of project benefit on beneficiaries;
  4. Strengthening public watch, control over, and monitoring of project performance through access to information.
  5. Assessing the PDO (Project Development Objective) achievement, which are measured by the 3 outcome indicators by using criteria as set forth in the Attachment to Annex 1 of Aide Memoire of Project Implementation Support Mission in May 23 – June 4, 2014; while the evaluation processes and sampling should be independent.

Client: Directorate of River and Coastal, Directorate General of Water Resources, Ministry of Public Works and Housing; Location: Pekanbaru, Padang, Jambi and Bima; Duration: March 2022 – August 2026. Contract Amount: JPY 139,242,870 and IDR 88,498,505,000.

Objectives of Consulting Services

 The consulting services shall be provided by consulting firm(s) (hereinafter referred to as “the Consultant”) in compliance with Guidelines for the Employment of Consultants under Japanese ODA Loans, April 2012. The objective of the consulting services is to achieve the efficient and proper preparation and implementation of the Project through the following works:

  • Detailed design review;
  • Tender assistance;
  • Construction supervision;
  • Facilitation of implementation of Environmental Management Plan (EMP), Environmental Monitoring Plan (EMoP) and Land Acquisition and Resettlement Action Plan (LARAP);
  • Technology transfer.

Scope of Consulting Services

  1. Detailed design review

The Consultant shall:

  1. Carry out all the required engineering surveys and investigations such as topographical survey, hydrological survey, geotechnical survey, material availability survey, etc, as applicable to the concerned project components;
  2. Prepare detailed work plan, progress reports and implementation schedule for the Project to ensure effective monitoring and timely project outputs, and regularly update the same;
  3. Review and Prepare the detailed design of the Project in sufficient detail to ensure clarity and understanding by the DGWR-MPWH, contractors and other relevant stakeholders. All the design should be in conformity with the Indonesian Standards, or with the appropriate international standards. The detailed design will, as a minimum, include construction drawings, detailed cost estimates, necessary calculations to determine and justify the engineering details for the Project, associated contract documentation to include detailed specifications, bill of quantities (BOQ), implementation schedule for the Project. Such detailed specifications will contain those in relation to i) quality control of plant materials and workmanship, ii) safety and iii) protection of the environment. The detailed design shall be prepared in close consultation with, and to meet the requirements of DGWR-MPWH and will be incorporated into the detailed design report to be submitted for approval of DGWRMPWH;
  4. Collaborate with BWS to conduct D/D and D/D review in order to acquire, accumulate and share disaster data/information with BWS in all sub-projects;
  5. Prepare a flood control master plan for BWS Sumatra VI (Jambi) and BWS Nusa Tenggara (Bima) for urgent and long term, in order to ensure the continuity of country’s development with flood management in terms of integrated water resources management; and
  6. Review existing flood control master plan of Padang city.
  7. Tender assistance
  • Assistance in Pre-Qualification (PQ)
  1. Define technical and financial requirements, capacity and/or experience for PQ criteria taking into consideration technical feature of the Project;
  2. Prepare PQ documents in accordance with the latest version of Standard Prequalification Documents under Japanese ODA Loans;
  3. Assist Tender committee under the DGWR-MPWH in PQ announcement, addendum/corrigendum, and clarifications to the applicants’ queries;
  4. Evaluate PQ applications in accordance with the criteria set forth in PQ documents; and
  5. Prepare a PQ evaluation report for approval of the PQ evaluation committee.
  • Assistance in the Bidding Procedures
  1. Prepare bidding documents in accordance with the latest version of Indonesia’s standard bidding documents together with all relevant specifications, drawings and other documents;
  2. Prepare bidding documents which includes i) clauses stating that the Contractor is to comply with the requirement of the environmental impact assessment report, such as Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), the Environmental Management Plan (EMP) and JICA Guidelines for environmental and social considerations (April 2010) (hereinafter referred to as “JICA Environmental Guidelines”), ii) the specification clearly stipulating the safety requirements in accordance with the laws and regulations in Indonesia, relevant international standards (including guidelines of international organization), if any,” iii) the requirement to furnish a safety plan to meet the safety requirements, iv) the requirement for the personnel for key positions to include an accident prevention officer, and v) the requirement to submit method statements of safety to DGWR-MPWH and the consultant at the construction stage;
  3. Assist DGWR-MPWH in issuing bid invitation, conducting pre-bid conferences, issuing addendum/corrigendum, and clarifications to bidders’ queries;
  4. Evaluate bids in accordance with the criteria set forth in the bidding documents. In such evaluation, the Consultant shall carefully confirm that bidders’ submissions in their technical proposal including, but not limited to; site organization, mobilization schedule, method statement, construction schedule, safety plan, and EMP, have been prepared in consistent with each other and meet requirements set forth in applicable laws and regulations, specifications and other parts of the bidding documents;
  5. Prepare a bid evaluation report for approval of the bid evaluation committee;
  6. Assist DGWR-MPWH in contract negotiation by preparing agenda and facilitating negotiations including preparation of minutes of negotiation meeting; and
  7. Prepare a draft and final contract agreement.

 

  1. Construction supervision

The Consultant shall perform his duties during the contract implementation period of the contracts to be executed by the Employer and the Contractor. In this context, the Consultant shall:

a. Act as the Engineer to execute construction supervision and contract administration services in accordance with the power and authority to be delegated by the Employer;

b. Provide assistance to the Employer concerning variations and claims which are to be ordered/issued at the initiative of the Employer. Advise the Employer on resolution of any dispute with the Contractor;

c. Issue instructions, approvals and notices as appropriate;

d. Provide recommendation to the Employer for acceptance of the Contractor’s performance security, advance payment security and required insurances;

e. Provide commencement order to the Contractor;

f. Assist adequacy of all inputs such as materials, labor and equipment provided by the Contractor;

g. Check and approve the Contractor’s method of work, including site organization,
program of performance, quality assurance system, safety plan and environmental monitoring plan so that the requirements set forth in the applicable laws and regulations, the specifications or other parts of the contract are to be duly respected;

h. Regularly monitor physical and financial progress, and take appropriate action to expedite progress if necessary, so that the time for completion set forth in the contract will be duly respected by the Contractor;

i. Explain and/or adjust ambiguities and/or discrepancies in the Contract Documents and issue any necessary clarifications or instructions. Issue further drawings and give instructions to the Contractor for any works which may not be sufficiently detailed in the contract documents, if any;

j. Review and approve the Contractor’s working drawings, shop drawings and drawings for temporary works. Also review and approve, if any, design prepared by the Contractor for any part of the permanent works;

k. Liaise with the appropriate authorities to ensure that all the affected utility services are promptly relocated;

l. Carry out field inspections on the Contractor’s setting out of the works in relation to original points, lines and levels of reference specified in the contract;

m. Organize, as necessary, management meetings with the Contractor to review the arrangements for future work. Prepare and deliver minutes of such meetings to the Employer and the Contractor;

n. Supervise the works so that all the contractual requirements are met by the Contractor, including those in relation to i) quality of the works, ii) safety and iii) protection of the environment. Confirm that an accident prevention officer proposed by the Contractor is duly assigned at the project site. Require the Contractor to take appropriate remedies if any questions are recognized regarding the safety measures;

o. Supervise field tests, sampling and laboratory test to be carried out by the Contractor;

p. Inspect the construction method, equipment to be used, workmanship at the site, and attend shop inspection and manufacturing tests in accordance with the specifications;

q. Survey and measure the work output performed by the Contractor verify statements submitted by the Contractor and issue payment certificates such as interim payment certificates and final payment certificate as specified in the contract;

r. Coordinate the works among different contractors employed for the Project;

s. Modify the designs, technical specifications and drawings, relevant calculations and cost estimates as may be necessary in accordance with the actual site conditions, and issue variation orders (including necessary actions in relation to the works performed by other contractors working for other projects, if any;

t. Carry out timely reporting to the Employer for any inconsistency in executing the works and suggesting appropriate corrective measures to be applied;

u. Inspect, verify and fairly determine claims issued by the parties to the contract (i.e. the Employer and Contractor) in accordance with the civil works contract;

v. Perform the inspection of the works, including Test on Completion, and to issue
certificates such as the Taking-Over Certificate, Performance Certificate as specified Contractor;

w. Supervise commissioning and carry out tests during the commissioning, if applicable;

x. Provide periodic and/or continuous inspection services during defects notification period and if any defects are noted, instruct the Contractor to rectify;

y. Prepare as-built drawings for the parts of the works constructed in accordance with the design provided by the Employer. Check and certify as-built drawings for the parts of the works designed by the Contractor, if any; and

z. Prepare an operation and maintenance manual for the parts of the works constructed in accordance with the design provided by the Employer. Check and certify an operation and maintenance manual for the parts of the works designed by the Contractor, if any;

aa. Prepare and submit reports to the DGWR-MPWH, which are detailed in Chapter 6 in relation to the implementation of the Project.

  1. Facilitation of implementation of Environmental Management Plan (EMP), Environmental Monitoring Plan (EMoP) and Resettlement Action Plan (RAP)

a. Update EMP as appropriate; incorporate necessary technical specifications with design and contract documentation;

b. Assist DGWR-MPWH in preparation of AMDAL and/or UKL/UPL in accordance with EIA, if necessary;

c. Assist DGWR-MPWH in dissemination and explanation of additionally confirmed and identified environmental issues to public including holding public consultations;

d. Assist DGWR-MPWH in obtaining the AMDAL from environmental agency of local government in accordance with the planned implementation schedule, if necessary;

e. During the preparation of bidding documents, clearly identify environmental responsibilities as explained in the EIA/IEE and EMP;

f. Assist DGWR-MPWH to review the Construction Contractor’s Environmental Programs to be prepared by the contractor in accordance with EMP, and JICA Environmental Guidelines and to make recommendations, if needed regarding any necessary amendments for its approval;

g. Assist DGWR-MPWH to implement the measures identified in the EMP;

h. Monitor the effectiveness of EMP and negative impacts on environment caused by the construction works and provide technical advice, including a feasible solution, so that DGWR-MPWH can improve situation when necessary;

i. Assist DGWR-MPWH in monitoring the compliance with conditions stated in the EmoP and the requirements under EMP and JICA Environmental Guidelines;

j. Assist DGWR-MPWH in preparation of the answer to the request from JICA’s advisory committee for environmental and social considerations if necessary;

k. Assist DGWR-MPWH in the capacity building of DGWR-MPWH staff on environmental management on environmental assessment techniques, mitigation measure planning, supervision and monitoring, including reporting;

l. Update and/or prepare LARAP as necessary based on detailed design in accordance with the agreed resettlement framework, including entitlement matrix and compensation plan; coordinate with various agencies in preparing the procedures for timely land acquisition and disbursement of compensation to project affected persons (PAPs);

m. Assist DGWR-MPWH in identifying the eligible PAPs, and in preparation/updating of the list of eligible PAPs and ‘Payment Statement’ for individual eligible PAPs. The places where each eligible PAPs will relocate to are necessary to be recorded so that DGWR-MPWH could implement monitoring on income and living conditions of resettled persons;

n. Assist DGWR-MPWH in conducting social assessment during early stage of the detailed design stage, give special assistance plan for vulnerable PAPs and revise/update the contents of the plans if necessary based on priorities identified with support of relevant government agencies and Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs), if needed. The following contents should be included in the plans: i. Skills Training; ii. Project related Job Opportunities; iii.Provision of social welfare grant; iv.Provision of Agricultural Extension Services; v. Provision of the special allowance to vulnerable PAPs

o. Assist DGWR-MPWH to implement the measures identified in the revised LARAP;

p. Monitor land acquisition and compensation activities being undertaken by DGWRMPWH and/or competent authorities, and report the results in monthly progress reports;

q. Assist DGWR-MPWH in facilitating stakeholder’s participation (including focus group discussions for vulnerable PAPs) and providing feedback their comments on RAP;

r. Assist DGWR-MPWH in establishment of grievance redress mechanism including formation of Grievance Redress Committees; and

s. Assist DGWR-MPWH to ensure that the PAPs are fully aware of the grievance redress procedure and the process of bringing their complaints, investigate the veracity of the complaints, investigate the veracity of the complaints, and recommends actions/measures to settle them amicably, fairly and transparently before they go to the redress committee or the courts of law.

 

  1. Technology transfer

The Consultant shall carry out the technology transfer as an important aspect in design and supervision works. The Consultant shall provide the opportunity to the DGWRMPWH officers and staffs to be involved in the working team of the Consultant during the design, contract administration and supervision works for their capacity building wherever possible. If requested by DGWR-MPWH, the Consultant shall brief and demonstrate the survey and design procedure, the construction supervision and contract management process and procedures. The consultant shall assist DGWR-MPWH and its staff to build their capacity as a part of on the job training under the Project. In addition, following soft component shall be provided in order to enhance the capacity of BWS.

  1. To prepare the inundation map or flood hazard map based on flood simulation modeling method in order to enhance the capacity of BWS Sumatra VI (Jambi) and BWS Nusa Tenggara (Bima);
  2. To design Early Warning System with telemetry equipment in each sub-project for raising awareness of local residents in advance when the flood comes; and
  3. To conduct the participatory workshop using inundation map or flood hazard map for Jambi and Bima cities for strengthening the capacity of residence/community to preparedness and disaster risk reduction.

 

To achieve the above mentioned (1) ~ (3), the Consultant shall:

  1. Collect necessary data for preparation of inundation map or flood hazard map such as topography, hydrological data and past flood records;
  2. Assist BWS to collect accurate data for inundation map or flood hazard map. Also give support for BWS to analyze inundation area based on the collected data and flood simulation modeling method as transfer knowledge;
  3. Conduct past flood survey and baseline data collection by sub-contracting work;
  4. Check inundation area pre-construction stage by collecting data and field survey;
  5. Confirm the difference of inundation area due to order of several countermeasures in the same river basin including cost and benefit analysis;
  6. Confirm and analyze inundation area post-construction stage;
  7. Assist BWS to prepare of inundation map or flood hazard map by utilizing a small scale map (1/10,000) and digital elevation data which were implemented by IP-544 “National Geo-Spatial Data Infrastructure Development Project” for Jambi accordingly;
  8. Assist BWS to conduct participatory work shop by using inundation map or flood hazard map in the selected sub-projects with cooperation with Badan Penanggulangan Bencana Daerah (hereinafter referred to as “BPBD”) accordingly; and Assist BWS to update of inundation map or flood hazard map after the workshop from the inputs by participants.

Client: Indonesia Climate Change Trust Fund (ICCTF), Ministry of National Development Planning/BAPPENAS; Location: DKI Jakarta, Bangka Belitung, East Kalimantan, Southeast Sulawesi, West Papua Barat, NTT, Bali and NTB; Duration: September – December 2022. Contract Amount: IDR 1,131,116,640.

 

Purpose and Objectives

 Collect various data and information related to the results of program activities in the field that can be used as learning and also provide an overview of the impact of project activities that have been completed within a certain period so that the level of sustainability of the projects that have been carried out can be determined. In addition, it also publishes learning outcomes and impact evaluations to stakeholders to support increased understanding of the activities carried out by the ICCTF as the National Trustee Fund.

The objectives of the ICCTF Program Learning Documentation and Impact Evaluation activities are as follows:

  1. Availability of impact evaluation documents from ICCTF project activities related to the marine and fisheries sector, especially mangroves, ecotourism and seaweed which have expired until the 2019 period.
  2. Availability of learning documents and best practices from the COREMAP – CTI program for the period 2020 to 2022.
  3. Availability of documentation of the results of the COREMAP-CTI project which will end in 2022 in the form of a video and a collection of photos in the form of a coffee table book that can be published.
  4. Availability of policy briefs related to the development of ecotourism, blue carbon, PES/WTP, and seaweed supply chains which are prepared based on lessons learned (point 2) and impact evaluation of ICCTF projects (point 1).

 

Output of Project

  1. Compilation of 1 (one) learning document (lesson learned) and best practices from COREMAP-CTI projects as input for the replication and scaling-up of the project by related parties as well as input for the preparation of government policies in the sector marine and fisheries. Lessons learned are presented in attractive image visualizations and info graphics that are easy to understand and interesting to read.
  2. Compilation of 1 (one) report document on the results of an impact analysis at the target location containing information on the environmental, economic and social impacts of ICCTF program interventions and activities, especially Mangrove, Ecotourism and seaweed which have expired until the 2019 period at the selected location.
  3. Compilation of 4 (four) policy briefs/policy notes related to ecotourism development, blue carbon, PES/WTP, and seaweed supply chain based on learning outcomes and impact evaluation
  4. Compilation of 1 (one) photo book (coffee table book) on the achievements of the COREMAP-CTI program totaling 10 copies
  5. Availability of 2 (two) video documentation of COREMAP-CTI project activities and achievements for publication with a duration of 15 minutes and 5 minutes.

 

Scope of Project

  1. Identification and profiling of programs and activities that have been completed by the ICCTF that are still providing impacts and benefits to the community related to environmental, economic and social aspects which are evaluated qualitatively and quantitatively
  2. Analysis of the impact of ICCTF programs and activities that have been completed in various areas of ICCTF program intervention that can be scientifically accounted for in environmental, economic and social aspects. Environmental impacts specifically include environmental quality and greenhouse gas intensity, economic impacts include the economic conditions of affected communities (baseline and end line), employment, and economic valuation of ICCTF programs and activities, especially mangroves, ecotourism and seaweed which have ended up to the 2019 period in selected locations, after funding from ICCTF has ended, and the social impacts include social integration of the community, institutions, cultural changes and community norms, as well as the capacity and quality of human resources from affected communities;
  3. Collection of data and information regarding the impact of ICCTF programs and activities that are the target of activities through agreed methods, such as field visits with relevant stakeholders (BAPPENAS & ICCTF), distribution of questionnaires & interviews, Focus Group Discussions, and Workshops;
  4. Compile learning documents (lesson learned) from COREMAP-CTI projects that will end as input for replication and scaling-up of the project by related parties as well as input for formulating government policies in the marine and fisheries sector;
  5. Development of models and projections of benefits from ICCTF programs and activities that can be used as input for future government policy recommendations, both central and regional;
  6. Prepare a policy brief based on impact evaluation documents and lessons learned to be submitted to policy makers related to ecotourism development, blue carbon, willingness to pay and payment ecosystem services (WTP-PES) and
  7. Compile an interesting and communicative book (coffee table book) on the achievements of the COREMAP-CTI program so that it becomes an inspiration for stakeholders and the general public;
  8. Make a visual documentation video regarding the results of the COREMAP-CTI project that can be published through the ICCTF and BAPPENAS social media channels.

Client: Ministry of Public Works and Housing (MPWH). Location: Pelosika and Kanawe, Southeast Sulawesi and Rongkong, Luwu Utara, South Duration: August 2019 – February 2022. Contract Amount: IDR 53,596,564,152.

The overall objective of the services is to assist the Directorate of Irrigation and Lowland (DILL), Directorate General of Water Resources (DGWR), Ministry of Public Works and Housing (MPWH) to prepare the development of the Pelosika-Rongkong irrigation scheme.

The scope of services provided by the consultant covers:

  • Comprehensive master plan for irrigated agriculture development, covering, but not limited to, irrigation system development, smart agriculture development, and agriculture market development;
  • Feasibility studies covering infrastructure, institutional, social and environment, agriculture and access to market aspects;
  • Detailed engineering design for irrigation and associated infrastructure;
  • Social and environment safeguards including land acquisition process; and
  • Preparation of bidding documents.

The Consultant will work closely with DGWR/DILL’s Counterparts and Resource Persons who will report to the project implementation unit (PIU). The PIU consists of resource person, technical staff, and administration staff.

Detailed Tasks and Outputs covers: Master Plan, Feasibility Study, Basic Engineering Designs, Land Acquisition and Resettlement Plan (safeguard), Environment Impact Assessment, Detailed Engineering Design.

Directorate of River and Coastal, Directorate General of Water Resources, Ministry of Public Works and Housing. Location: North Sumatera. Duration: August 2019 – February 2021 (18 months). Contract Amount: USD 38,538 and IDR 33,291,882,069.

The scope of Services and Tasks (Components) includes:

(i) FRM Master Planning

(ii) Survey and Investigations

(iii) Environment For each of the selected subprojects, the consultant will: (i) Prepare the categorization in line with government regulations and ADB Safeguards Policy Statement (2009); (ii) prepare the environmental impact assessment (EIAs or AMDAL) and/or initial environmental examination (IEE or UPL/UKL) depending on the potential environment impact; (iii) support the approval process of the EIA or IEE with ADB and government authorities.

(iv) Social Safeguards. For each of the selected subprojects and prior to DED, the consultant in line with ADB Safeguards Policy Statement (2009)

(v)      Detailed Engineering Design (DED).

(vi) Riparian Zone Study.

Directorate of River and Coastal, Directorate General of Water Resources, Ministry of Public Works and Housing. Location: East Duration: July 2020 – Dec 2021 (18 months). Contract Amount: USD 123,505 and IDR 29,210,862,977.

The scope of Services and Tasks (Components) includes:

(i) FRM Master Planning

(ii) Survey and Investigations

(iii) Environment For each of the selected subprojects, the consultant will: (i) prepare the categorization in line with government regulations and ADB Safeguards Policy Statement (2009); (ii) prepare the environmental impact assessment (EIAs or AMDAL) and/or initial environmental examination (IEE or UPL/UKL) depending on the potential environment impact; (iii) support the approval process of the EIA or IEE with ADB and government authorities.

(iv) Social Safeguards. For each of the selected subprojects and prior to DED, the consultant in line with ADB Safeguards Policy Statement (2009)

(v)   Detailed Engineering Design (DED).

(vi) Riparian Zone Study.

Client: Ministry of Public Works and Housing (MPWH). Location: Poliwali Mandar and Majene, West Sulawesi. Duration: July 2019 – October 2020 (16 months). Contract Amount: IDR 17,331,494,936.

The PPC firm will provide the following services to the PIUs:

  • Task-1: Carry out Feasibility Study and Prepare Feasibility Study Report
  • Task-2: Conduct Environmental Impact Assessment and Land Acquisition (Resettlement) Assessment and Prepare all the required Safeguard Documents
  • Task-3: Carry out Detailed Engineering Design, Detailed Survey & Investigations and associated tasks; and Prepare DED and other outputs

Task-4: Other Tasks (Preparation of Bidding Documents, assistance during Bidding and Updating of Outputs).

Client: Ministry of Public Works and Housing (MPWH). Location: Semarang City, Central Java. Duration: July 2019 – January 2021 (16 months). Contract Amount: IDR 14,170,797,644 and USD 511,000.

The PPC firms will provide the following services to the PIU in the preparation of:

A. Feasibility Study (FS)

B. Basic Design for Wastewater Treatment Plant including Sludge

C. Detailed Engineering Designs (DED) for Sewerage Network and other supporting facilities.

D. Preparation of bidding and contractual

   D1. Design and Build contract for Wastewater Treatment Plant.

   D2. General contract for Sewerage Network.

E. Assist the Provincial/Local Government in the preparation of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA / AMDAL).

F. Assist the Local Government in the preparation of Land Acquisition and Resettlement Plan (LARP).

Client: Ministry of Public Works and Housing (MPWH). Location: Mataram City, West Nusa Tenggara. Duration: 28 October 2019 – 24 June Contract Amount: USD 293,500 and IDR 8,218,769,622.

The PPC firms will provide the following services to the PIU but not limited to:

  1. Study the Feasibility Study (FS) and Preparatory
  2. Preparation of Basic Design for Wastewater Treatment Plant including Sludge
  3. Preparation of Detailed Engineering Designs (DED) for Sewerage Network and other supporting
  4. Preparation of bidding and contractual Document

    4.a. Preparation of Design and Build contract for Wastewater Treatment Plant.

    4.b. Preparation of General contract documents for Sewerage Network.

5. Assist the Provincial/Local Government in the preparation of Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA / AMDAL).

Client: Ministry of Public Works and Housing. Location: DKI Duration: Nov2013 – Feb 2019, Contract amount: USD 2,280,520.19 and IDR 43,916,465,40.

The scope of works of this consultancy are to:

Supervision of Works

Supervise the implementation of the various dredging and construction works contracts under the project,

General Project Management

Provide CPMU, CPIU and PIUs with technical assistance to prepare project technical, financial management and procurement reports, and other project progress reports that the CPMU, CPIU and PIUs are required to submit to the authorities or the World Bank. These would include, but not be limited to, Annual Work Plans, Financial Monitoring Reports (FMRs), Procurement Plans and Reports, and Project Monitoring and Progress Reports at each PIU, CPIU and CPMU.

Environmental Management

Monitor and supervise the environmental protection measures undertaken to mitigate environmental impairment due to construction activities at project sites and at the Ancol CDF site, consistent with the Environmental and Social Management Framework (ESMF) of the Project and other provisions set out in the Construction Contract and The Environmental Management and Monitoring Plan (RKL/RPL) of each work site as well as RKL/RPL Supplemental Reports (if any)

Resettlement Plans (RPs)

Support the CPIU and DKI in the implementation of Resettlement Plans (RPs), and

(iv) develop and implement the grievance / complaint handling mechanism of the project with DKI.

Grievance / Complaint Handling Mechanism (GRM)

Develop and operate the Grievance Handling Mechanism (GRM), which will include but will not be limited to administering complaints from Project Affected Persons (PAPs) in a systematic way on a day to day basis.

Client: Directorate General of Regional Development, Ministry of Home Affairs/GOI; Location: Jakarta, West Java, Central Java, East Java, West Nusa Tenggara, East Nusa Tenggara, South Sulawesi, Southeast Sulawesi; North Sumatera, South Sumatera and Central Kalimantan; Duration: November 2020 – June 2024; Contract Amount: IDR 36,053,849,116.

  Description of Project

 The Indonesian government has adopted a policy of participatory irrigation management that gives leeway for farmer water users to participate in the development and management of irrigation schemes. As a p art of the policy, regional Irrigation Commissions (Komisi Irigasi or Komir) are promoted as institutions to handle communication among and coordination of linked interested entities and stakeholders for improved irrigation policy formulation and irrigation decision making within each kabupaten and province. The promotion of participatory irrigation management policies among irrigation schemes that are the responsibilities of regional kabupaten and provincial governments has been supported through the Water Resources and Irrigation Sector Management Project (WISMP-1 P05993 and WISMP-2 P114348) supported by a World Bank loan. Promotion and extension of these participatory irrigation management policies have subsequently been covered through Indonesian regional government funds and budgets, or the APBD at kabupaten and provincial levels. Following introduction and promotion of participatory irrigation management approaches, the rice harvesting area has increased from 11.9 million ha in 2004 to a level of 14.1 million ha by 2015. During this same period, the production of dried processed rice (‘gabah kering giling’) has increased from an average of 4.53 tons/ha to 5.34 tons per ha, or by 18% during the 12 year period. These increases were achieved because of both the increased participation by water users in irrigation management as well as the increased commitments by regional governments in the management and improved provision of irrigation services. (FN: See the document Project Appraisal Document (PAD) of the Strategic Irrigation Modernization and Urgent Rehabilitation Project (SIMURPJ).

 Scope of Project

 The Strategic Irrigation Modernization and Urgent Rehabilitation Project (SIMURP) is a component of the national reform agenda focused on decentralization, democratization and modernization, and based on participatory irrigation management principles known as PPSIP (Participatory Irrigation System Development and Management). Instead of focusing on decentralized provincial and kabupaten irrigation systems as in the past, the SIMURP project will focus upon increasing the delivery of services in central (national) irrigation systems through the modernization of irrigation management and rehabilitation, along with linked irrigation canal infrastructure. SIMURP activities will be implemented in 100,000 ha of central (national) irrigation schemes in 14 selected irrigation schemes located In 9 River Basin Management Organizations (B/BWS), located in 8 provinces, along with 176,000 ha of a selected strategic national irrigation system, namely the Jatiluhur irrigation Scheme. In its totality, the SIMURP activities almost encompass 67% of the total scope of national irrigation systems that are under the authority and responsibility of the central government, and that are targeted for upgrading or rehabilitating irrigation schemes, including strengthening of the capacity of irrigation management institutions and human resource capacities of irrigation managers. All of the areas of the participating irrigation systems as a part of 41 priority national irrigation systems (1.4 million ha) are located within the administrative regions of 8 provinces that will be indirectly affected by the project interventions.

Client: Ministry of Public Works and Housing; Location: DKI Jakarta, Souht Sulawesi, West Java, West Kalimantan, Central Kalimantan, Souhteast Sulawesi, NTT; Contract Amount: IDR 4,305,823,610.

 Scope of Project

  1. Develop achievement indicators for successful implementation of activities
  2. Collecting data and information for all stages of DAK implementation in each Regional Government, especially related to technical and governance issues
  3. Develop technical assistance modules including guidance modules for the implementation of irrigation conditions and performance surveys (e-PAKSI), guidance modules for regional irrigation technical data preparation, programming technical planning guidance modules, procurement guidance modules for goods and services, construction implementation supervision monitoring modules, and monitoring and evaluation guidance modules. evaluation of the implementation of DAK activities in the irrigation sector
  4. Providing technical assistance at the stages of carrying out irrigation condition and performance surveys (e-PAKSI), technical planning and programming, procurement of goods and services, supervising construction implementation, and monitoring the evaluation of the implementation of DAK activities in the irrigation sector
  5. Provide recommendations/technical solutions to technical problems in the implementation of DAK in the irrigation sector to PFID and DAK recipients in the irrigation sector
  6. Assist the implementing team of technical assistance for the implementation of DAK in the irrigation sector, which consists of the public works office for water resources, the Central River Region Office and other related agencies (Bappeda, Agriculture and Food Security Service, etc.) in implementing DAK in the irrigation sector
  7. Carry out technical guidance activities (BANTEK) focus group discussions (FGD) and coordination meetings related to the implementation of technical assistance for the implementation of DAK in the irrigation sector
  8. Carry out business trips and/or surveys in the provinces/districts required/ordered by service users
  9. Production of audio-visual documentation and other matters related to the implementation of technical assistance for the implementation of DAK in the field of irrigation TA and all provincial and district DAK activities required/ordered by service users
  10. Measuring achievement indicators of the successful implementation of technical assistance, from the beginning to the end of the activity, and preparing activity implementation reports
  11. Carry out other activities required/ordered by PFID Related to grants for the implementation of DAK in the irrigation sector

Client: Ministry of Public Works and Housing. Location: Central Sulawesi. Duration: March – Dec 2020. Contract Amount: IDR 300,000,000.

The project aims is to reconstruct the damage infrastructure in the districts affected by the Central Sulawesi Earthquake under Build Back Better concept by reconstruct of the damaged infrastructure and improvement of disaster risk reduction management capacity, thereby contributing to the resilient city and disaster preparedness of community.

Client: Location: South Sulawesi. Duration: August – Oct 2013. Contract Amount: IDR 199,500,000.

DCM provides identification the factors that became strengths and weaknesses in the existing system in a comprehensive and Monitoring and Evaluation of the implementation of institutional development and farmer empowerment.

Client: Balai Besar Wilayah Sungai Pemali – Juana, Directorate General of Water Resources, Ministry of Public Works and Housing. Location: Central Java. Duration: April – December 2016. Contract Amount: IDR 863,907,000.

Scope of services provided by the consultant covers: (i) environmental impact assessment documents of the development of Randugunting Dam; (ii) as a important reference on reliable or not the development of dam reviewed from the aspect of environmental impact; (iii) as an information for community regarding the impacts that may arise from the implementation of construction activity of Randugunting dam.

Client: Balai Besar Wilayah Sungai Pemali – Juana, Directorate General of Water Resources, Ministry of Public Works and Housing. Location: Central Java. Duration: July – November 2015. Contract Amount: IDR 258,170,000.

Scope of services provided by the consultant to provide identification of the environmental impacts associated with the rehabilitation work of Kupang Krompeng irrigation scheme as well as geting an effort to monitor and manage the environmental impact that may arise from the rehabilitation activity of Kupang Krompeng irrigation schemes.

Client: BBWS Pemali Juana, Ministry of Public Works and Housing. Location: Central Java. Duration: April – October 2015. Contract Amount: IDR 421,960,000.

Scope of services provided by the consultant: provides identification of the environmental impacts associated with development of reservior in WS Jratunseluna (2 locations), as well as gaining an effort to monitor and efforts to manage the environmental impact that may arise from the reservoir development activities in WS Jratunseluna (2 locations).t: Balai Besar Wilayah Sungai Pemali – Juana, Directorate General of Water Resources, Ministry of Public Works and Housing. Location: Central Java. Duration: July – November 2015. Contract Amount: IDR 258,170,000.

Scope of services provided by the consultant to provide identification of the environmental impacts associated with the rehabilitation work of Kupang Krompeng irrigation scheme as well as geting an effort to monitor and manage the environmental impact that may arise from the rehabilitation activity of Kupang Krompeng irrigation schemes.

Client: PT. Witteveen Bos Indonesia, Duration: April 2017 – April 2018. Contract Amount: IDR 356,400,000.

General job descriptions for construction supervisors are mainly carried out on routine and daily activities at the project site. Generally job descriptions consist of the following:

  1. Day to day supervision of construction activities on site;
  2. Responsibility for monitoring surveys, monitoring and general supervision;
  3. Inspection of the quality and quality of construction;
  4. Prepare progress reports, daily reports, all necessary documentation related to construction activities, such as photos, events, incident records, measurements, inspections, etc.;
  5. Supervision covers HSE related issues. To ensure that all contractor construction activities can be carried out in accordance with technical specifications, the project QA/QC system is implemented, the SHE standard, as well as the W + B quality management system.

Client: Ministry of Home Affairs. Location: West Java. Duration: April- December 2015. Contract Amount: IDR 1,160,780,500.

Scope of services provided by the consultant covers:

Carried out facilitation the coordination and synchronization of the implementation of institutional strengthening program on water resources management in the river basin and also conducting monitoring and evaluation.

Agricultural and Rural Development Consultancy Services; Substantive thought assistance and technical assistance that can help accelerate the preparation, planning and implementation and monitoring of the Watershed Management Institutional Strengthening Program in the Citarum River Basin.

Client: Directorate General of Regional Development, Ministry of Home Affairs. Location: Jakarta, South Sumatera, East Java, West Java, Banten, Bali, South Sulawesi, West Sulawesi, South Kalimantan and West Papua. Duration: June – December 2016. Contract Amount: IDR 1,932,422,800.

Scope of services provided by the consultant covers:

  1. Facilitate the coordination and synchronization of the implementation of institutional strengthening program on water resources management, both with DG of Regional Development as well as other related institutions both at central and regional levels;
  2. Facilitate the implementation of institutional strengthening program on water resources management at regional level, particularly related to the handling and managing of critical land;
  3. Develop instruments for monitoring and evaluation;
  4. Reviewing the five-year plan (OWP) of Institutional Strengthening Program on Water Resources Management;
  5. Facilitate the preparation of the draft guidelines and guidelines;
  6. Implement regularly internal coordination meetings to review the achievement of the performance of technical assistance,
  7. Arrange meeting and documentation of meeting result during project implementation;
  8. Conduct field visits for monitoring and evaluation;
  9. Prepare reports on the implementation of Technical Assistance
  10. Facilitate DG of Regional Development in other related activities.

Client: National Agency for Border Management (BNPP). Location: Jakarta, Aceh, North Sumatra, Riau, Riau Islands, West Kalimantan, East Kalimantan, North Kalimantan, North Sulawesi, NTT, Maluku, North Maluku, Papua, and West Duration: June – Dec 2016. Contract Amount: IDR 7,455,509,600.

Scope of services: to strengthens the institutional capacity of BNPP and BPPD to improve the performance of coordinating, integrating, synchronizing program / activity both vertically and horizontally as well as the implementation of the State border area management policy in the form of: (a) development of guidelines and standards implementation, (b) giving guidance, supervision and consulting, (c) education and training, (d) planning, budgeting, implementation and (e) monitoring and evaluation.

Client: District Water Resources Development Services of Sukabumi, West Java. Location: West Java. Duration: August – November 2010. Contract Amount: IDR 158,950,000.

Scope of services provided by the consultant covers:

  1. Hold first meetings / meetings with community leaders, P3A administrators and GP3A, representatives of farmer groups and related service
  2. Collection of existing data, completion of base maps and overview maps.
  3. Conduct field surveys, create or improve irrigation & building network schemes and collect operational and maintenance support data.
  4. Making a system planning report and determining the type of work that farmers will do.
  5. Creation of rehabilitation / repair design, RAB, economic analysis data, wage unit prices, materials, and equipment rental, preparation of tender documents and preparation of participatory O & M guidelines.
  6. Collect images of irrigation network schemes and building schemes.
  7. Collecting hierarchical and hydrological data needed for calculating the water balance for a minimum period of 10 years.
  8. Evaluate the data obtained and analyzed for design purposes, so that the plan-ning system provides an overview and direction of the rehabilitation of irrigation networks.

Client: Badan Pertimbangan Tabungan Perumahan Pegawai Negeri Sipil (Bapertarum PNS); Location: DKI Jakarta-Indonesia. Duration: 4 September – 2 December 2015. Contract Amount: IDR 245,000,000.

Scope of Services: Helping to Formulate Strategic Plans for 2016-2020 Civil Servants BAPERTARUM covering the fields of Management, Economics, Institution, Regional Planning and Law; Reviewing documents and information including BAPERTARUM PNS, RUU TAPERA, Achievement of the 2011-2015 Strategic Plan, SWOT Analysis using EFAS.

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