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Southeast Asia Agriculture, Natural Resources and Rural Development Facility - Social Development and Gender Specialist

Страновая программа/ План действий
Tender / Procurement notice
25 Июл 2020
Extension
1 Авг 2020

Опубликован

1 Август 2020

Срок подачи

14 Август 2020

Бюджет

18 750 USD


Тип тендера


Индивидуальные консультанты

Номер

50266-001 Package Social Development and Gender Specialist

Донор

ADB - Азиатский банк развития (АБР)


Расчетная длительность

88 дн.


Страны

Индонезия

EXTENSION

  Deadline of Submitting EOI: 14-Aug-2020 11:59 PM Manila local time


Selection Profile

Consultant Type: Individual

Selection Method: Individual Consultant Selection (ICS)

Source: National

Technical Proposal: Not Applicable


Selection Title: Southeast Asia Agriculture, Natural Resources and Rural Development Facility


Package Number:

Package Name: Social Development and Gender Specialist


Advance Action:  No:


Total Inputs: 88 Working Days


Consulting Services Budget: USD 18,750


Budget Type:  Maximum:


Approval Number: 9681

Approval Date: 10-Dec-2018

Estimated Short-listing Date: 31-Jul-2020

Estimated Commencement Date: 14-Aug-2020


Open to non-Member Countries:  No:


Additional Information

Possibility of contract extension:  Not known

Possibility of consideration for downstream assignment:  Not known


Country of assignment: Indonesia


Country of eligibility for national consultants: Same as country of assignment


COVID-19 Related Assignment No


Contact Information

Project Officer: Takeshi Ueda

Designation: Principal Natural Resources and Agriculture Economist Asian Development Bank

Email: taueda@adb.org


Contact Person for Inquiries: Hyunyoung Song

Designation: Natural Resources and Agriculture Specialist Asian Development Bank

Email: hsong@adb.org


Agencies

Primary | Agency | Country | Agency Role | Person

 Asian Development BankRegionalExecuting Agency |


Publishing History

Typed | Publication Date | Published By | Duration of Advertisement | Deadline

Original | 25-Jul-2020 | Renalyn A. Padilla | 7 DAYS | 31-Jul-2020 |


Terms of Reference (Individual Consultant)

Expertise: Social Development and Gender Specialist

Expertise Group: Agriculture/Rural Development


Consultant Source: National

TOR Keywords:


Objective and Purpose of the Assignment

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) is providing technical assistance to the Government of Indonesia to

prepare the Community Empowerment Project for the Advancement and Transformation of Villages (CEPAV)

project. The proposed project will improve the socioeconomic well-being of villagers in target areas

that can rebalance the regional development disparities, through (i) strengthening of Village and

government capacity for village and inter-village development; (ii) promoting Intervillage cooperation

and investment; and (iii) enhancing monitoring and evaluation. The Ministry of Villages, Development of

Disadvantaged Regions, and Transmigration (MOV) is proposed as the executing agency.


The consultant's assignment will comprise three main phases: (i) Phase 1 - project preparatory works

conducted; (ii) Phase 2 - investment feasibility and due diligence in accordance with ADB requirements

conducted; and (iii) Phase 3 - loan implementation start-up supported


ADB will engage individual consultants for the core design team and either a national consulting firm,

university, research institution and/or a combination of them, to support the core design team in the

design and preparation of the ensuing loan Community Empowerment Project for the Advancement and

Transformation of Villages (CEPATV).


Scope of Work

The consultant's assignment will comprise two main phases: (i) Phase 1 - project preparatory works

conducted; and (ii) Phase 2 - investment feasibility and due diligence in accordance with ADB

requirements conducted.


Output 1: Phase 1 – Project preparatory works conducted. Consultants will (i) prepare a draft sector

assessment for agriculture and rural development; (ii) develop and finalize a set of criteria for

selecting project sites and finalizing a list of potential project sites; (iii) identify a range of

potential subproject investments, including its indicative costs and developing a set of criteria for

subproject prioritization and selection; (iv) prepare a proposed project cycle; and (v) identifying

preliminary fiduciary and governance risks, capacity constraints and other gaps for the proposed

project.


Deliverables under Output 1 include: (i) a final draft of sector assessment, which will cover government'

s initiatives and strategies on the Village Law implementation and efforts towards integrated area

development and planning, sector performance and potential, gap analysis and ongoing government and

donor-funded projects and/or programs; (ii) agreed selection criteria and agreed final list of project

areas based on the criteria, in close collaboration with government; (iii) draft design of the project

cycle from subproject selection, design, implementation to subproject evaluation; (iv) a preliminary

identification of fiduciary, governance and capacity risks and design of funds flow; and (v) an

inception report containing a workplan, implementation schedule and proposed staffing schedule, details

of any issues encountered or anticipated and proposals to address them, proposed changes to the

consultant team, and any contractual issues which require discussion.


Output 2 - Phase 2 - Investment feasibility due diligence conducted in accordance with ADB

requirements. Consultants shall prepare the required documentation (draft and final) for the project,

including feasibility studies, designs of a sample of representative subprojects and the conduct of due

diligence as per ADB standards for its investments. The consultants will undertake consultation in

target project sites with different stakeholders by closely working with executing agency (EA)/

implementing agencies (IAs). The final reports and studies will incorporate comments from ADB and the

government. The tasks will include:


(i) Rural infrastructure subprojects Feasibility and Design:


a. technical feasibility of potential subprojects and conceptual designs of at least 5 potential

subprojects (e.g., post-harvest and market facilities, ports, storage facilities);

b. engineering designs of at least five (5) representative investments and/or subprojects and draft

bidding documents following ADB guidelines, including technical specifications, drawings, bills of

quantities and technical evaluation criteria. The bidding documents will include the updated

environmental management plan, resettlement plan, grievance redress mechanism, consultation and

communications plan and monitoring and reporting requirements;


(ii) Agricultural value chain analysis, Markets and Livelihoods Mapping and Assessment


a. Livelihood, enterprises and value chain institutional mapping;

b. Agricultural value chain analysis for key commodities

c. Market assessment tool development

d. preliminary cluster-level market, resource and production assessments of target sub districts and /

or districts and templates and instructions for undertaking similar assessments for expansion areas;


(iii) Financial and Economic Analysis, Sector Assessments and M&E Framework Development:


a. full sector assessment, including an assessment of policy and institutional gaps in the sector and a

long list and description of areas for policy support for the sector;

b. economic and financial analysis and assessment of viability of the proposed project and potential

subprojects;

c. design and improvement plan of M & E framework, baseline survey and initial design of midterm and end

line evaluation;


(iv) Social and Environment Safeguards and Gender Due Diligence


a. social and environment safeguards categorization required by ADB and the government;

b. poverty impact and social development analysis and poverty reduction and social strategy

c. gender analysis and gender action plan;

d. resettlement framework and / or plan to guide the overall project investments and five (5)

resettlement plans for representative subprojects (or a due diligence report on land acquisition and

resettlement in case there are no resettlement impacts);

e. indigenous people's framework to guide the overall project investments and five (5) indigenous

peoples development plans for representative subprojects;

f. environmental assessment and review framework (EARF) to guide the overall project investments,

initial environmental examinations (IEEs) for 5 representative subprojects;


(i) Institutional and Capacity Development:


a. capacity and institutional assessment and institutional capacity development plan, with proposed

project activities for strengthening institutional arrangement and capacity building to enhance delivery

or project outputs;

b. procurement capacity assessment, procurement plan preparation, and workflow development from

subproject feasibility study to commissioning;


(v) Financial analysis and financing

a. financial analysis and assessment, including funds flow and financial management assessment of

executing and implementing agencies, risks and mitigation plans and guidelines or manuals for the

project;

b. governance and fiduciary due diligence, risk assessment and mitigation plans

c. project financing package, including cost tables and financing plan, following ADB formats;


(vi) Procurement and fiduciary

a. Prepare the assessment of the operating environment, market analysis, risk management, and options

analysis of the proposed project

b. Develop a case study for the strategic procurement planning workshop

c. Prepare the procurement plan and arrangements


(vii) Cluster-level climate change and disaster risk assessments of target sub-districts and / or

districts and templates and instructions for undertaking similar assessments for expansion areas;

(viii) Project Administration Manuals (PAM) and, as necessary, project manuals, as may be agreed with

government, containing the description of the project cycle, proposed reporting formats, a set of

eligibility criteria for subproject selection;

(ix) Communications and participation plans.


Prior to delivery of the 1st draft of the reports, the consultants shall have visited a sample of the

potential project sites and consulted with key stakeholders


Detailed Tasks and/or Expected Output

The consultant is expected to work closely with the team leader and social safeguard specialist. The

consultants will (i) conduct a poverty and social assessment with attention to poverty and

vulnerability, inclusion, and labor and employment in the selected project areas in accordance with ADB'

s Handbook on Poverty and Social Analysis (2012); (ii) prepare a poverty reduction and social strategy;

(iii) conduct gender analysis in project sites; (iv) develop a gender action plan (GAP) and provide

inputs to the design and monitoring framework; (v) assess the need for capacity building at both

national and sub-national levels to ensure proper implementation and monitoring of GAP; (vi) provide

inputs to the design and monitoring framework, the relevant TORs of feasibility studies and/or

assessments; and (vii) estimate budget for GAP implementation to incorporate in the overall project

cost.


Deliverables:

1. Poverty and social assessment with attention to poverty and vulnerability, inclusion, and labor and

employment in the selected project areas in accordance with ADB's Handbook on Poverty and Social

Analysis (2012);

2. Poverty reduction and social strategy;

3. Gender analysis in project sites;

4. Gender action plan (GAP) and the budget to implement it

5. Capacity building program for both national and sub-national levels to ensure proper implementation

and monitoring of GAP;

6. Selected sections of loan documents including, but not limited to design and monitoring framework;

project outputs description; detailed project cost estimates; implementation arrangements and schedule;

staffing; terms of reference for consulting services; and the preparation of a Project Administration

Manual (PAM);


Minimum Qualification Requirements

The consultant will have a required degree in a relevant social science discipline. The consultant will

have work experience (i) for at least three IFI projects as social development and/or gender specialist;

(ii) with villages and rural development agencies, farmers and cooperatives; and (iii) in a Southeast

Asian country, particularly in the Indonesia. Knowledge of ADB Gender and Development Policy and related

procedures, and familiarity in using ADB's tool kit on gender indicators and ADB Operations Manual

(gender and development, and social dimensions) are expected


Minimum General Experience: 10 Years

Minimum Specific Experience (relevant to assignment): 10 Years

Regional/Country Experience:  Required


Schedule and Places of Assignment (chronological and inclusive of travel)


Schedule Type

Intermittent


Max. Working Days/Week

Home Office 5

Field 6


City and Country Working Days Estimated Start Date Estimated End Date Other Details (use if place selected is Others)

Home Office, Other 30 14-Aug-2020 19-Sep-2020

Other City, Indonesia 5 20-Sep-2020 29-Sep-2020 TBC, actual travel shall be subject to ADB's approval/advice at the time of travel

Home Office, Other 10 30-Sep-2020 31-Oct-2020

Other City, Indonesia 5 01-Nov-2020 14-Nov-2020 TBC, actual travel shall be subject to ADB's approval/advice at the time of travel

Home Office, Other 38 15-Nov-2020 31-Mar-2021


Total

88


Cost Estimate:

Cost Items Amount in USD

Remuneration and Other Expenses

All activities and inputs in the TOR but not limited to remuneration, per diem, air travel, miscellaneous travel expenses, report preparation, production, and transmission, land transportation, communications, etc. 17,483

Contingency 1,267

TOTAL


18,750