21 Februari 2017

GIZ - SUTRI NAMA Job Vacancy: Advisor MRV & Environment in Transport - Jakarta, Indonesian

The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH is an international cooperation enterprise for sustainable development with worldwide operations. Its corporate objective is to improve people’s living conditions on a sustainable basis.

SUTRI NAMA as registered with the UNFCCC aims to tackle challenges of growing urban traffic congestion and increasing urban transport related greenhouse gas emissions by transforming urban transport in Indonesia with a mix of capacity-building and investment measures provided through a national sustainable urban transport programme. The pilot phase of SUTRI NAMA will be implemented starting from the year 2016 with support from the NAMA Facility provided through GIZ as the delivery organization.

SUTRI NAMA has been added a technical assistance component funded by the State Secretariat of Economic Affairs of Switzerland (SECO). The new component targets at technical advisory related to the development and start-up of bus rapid transit (BRT) corridors in selected pilot cities of Indonesia. The component will be active both at local and national level in the field of BRT planning, project management support, BRT operations management, public transport funding as well as reform of the private minibus-sector towards participation in operating consortiums. At national level coordination has to be sought between the several relevant line ministries; best-practice examples / project achievements have to be documented, published and promoted for replication.

We are seeking one qualified Indonesian candidate for the following position:

Advisor MRV & Environment in Transport

The responsibilities of the Advisor MRV & Environment will vary. The focus of the position is on GHG emission in transport at national and city level, including target setting, monitoring & evaluation of progress and project results as well as liaison with officials (see specific tasks in section C); in addition, the incumbent may be requested to support project leadership in project management and results-based monitoring. Overarching result of the advisor´s assignment is to establish a framework, implement procedures and provide a thorough understanding and enabling of relevant counterpart staff about GHG-emissions, climate & MRV in urban transport both at national level and in the pilot cities of the project in order to meet the project´s targets. Existing national and international methodologies and best practices are to be studied and applied in the project context.

Additional responsibilities could include any of the following activities:
  • Provide technical advice and assistance on climate issues and/or MRV of urban transport to the entire SUTRI NAMA project team and stakeholders (government institutions, relevant organizations and third parties, other projects within GIZ)
  • Manage international and national consultants working on MRV
  • Together with relevant counterparts at national and local level and the consultants, to establish a MRV system for urban transport in Indonesia

Climate/MRVs and Urban Transport
  • Provide technical advice, inputs and recommendation to the team and stakeholders related to sustainable urban transport and climate/MRVs, including but not limited to training material, capacity building concept, project implementation
  • Gather data and information from literature, consultants, other staff, relevant stakeholders, or other resources and provide technical summary and recommendation to the team and Team leader
  • Prepare and develop technical reports and publications in the area of climate/MRVs in transport where required
  • Deliver oral and written contributions at senior level to events, conferences and other outreach activities, which the project engages in
  • Prepare training materials and conduct training session in the area of climate/MRVs in transport both to national and city level;
  • Develop Terms of Reference of consultants related to urban transport and climate/MRVs
  • Together with the counterparts, the team and relevant consultants, establish a MRV system for urban transport in Indonesia
  • Evaluate project progress identify chances and weaknesses in project delivery and advise Team leader

Networking and Cooperation
  • Advise Team leader and independently conduct liaison and communication with officials of partner ministries and institutions (e.g. particularly institutional units responsible for climate & environment such as the Indonesian Ministry for Environment KLHK)   
  • Be the contact person of the project to relevant government institutions related to urban transport and climate/MRVs
  • Actively contribute to anchor the SUTRI NAMA project within the global GIZ urban mobility and climate portfolios through engagement in communication and collaboration and by  presenting and promoting SUTRI NAMA developments, approaches and lessons learnt as contribution to global knowledge management; encourage any subordinate advisors accordingly
  • Manage counterpart expectations by maintaining good communication and managing support interventions through project team
  • Advise Team leader and independently conduct liaison and communication with officials of partner ministries and institutions
  • Bridge communication with Indonesian counterparts and facilitate and promote project objectives, activities and conduct.

Project Management (if operationally required, to an extend assigned by the team leader)
  • Assist team leader and relevant stakeholders (including projects in municipalities) to develop annual work plan and budgeting
  • Develop and implement a monitoring and evaluation system and procedures based on agreed log frame and based on relevant best practice and applicable standards
  • Develop monthly quarterly and annual project reporting format and template to be used by all team members (including projects in municipalities)
  • Gather, analyses and summarize data and information related to project implementation
  • Monitor project implementation and develop regular (monthly, quarterly, annual) project progress reports to relevant stakeholders
  • Monitor technical implementation of consultancies, provide report to Team leader where required
  • Provide recommendations to Team leader in relevance to project progress  and implementation, monitoring and evaluation
  • Together with Office Manager, assist Team leader to ensure that application of the standard operating procedures (SOPs) are in place based on GIZ’ and donors’ requirements.
  • Revise or produce new SOPs if required
  • Develop and review Terms of Reference of consultants where required

Knowledge Management
  • Design and develop knowledge management system of the project based on GIZ standards
  • Together with the project team: implement the system,
  • Monitor and evaluate the implementation
  • Continuously improve the system

General Tasks
  • Together with other staff, liaise with relevant officials of government institutions and other stakeholders
  • If assigned to do so, take over the functional and/or disciplinary lead of other technical advisors of the team
  • Answers inquiries, present and disseminate information related to the project
  • Coordinate and attend relevant meetings, workshops and trainings
  • Provide inputs and articles related to project articles, website contents, and publication materials
  • Undertake any other duties as assigned by the Team leader

Required qualifications, competences and experience
  • Master degree of an international university; PhD in environment or urban transport subjects will be an advantage;
  • At least 3 years’ experience in managing projects in development works with international cooperation at national level;
  • Experience and networks within the relevant Indonesian public sector (at level of echelon 1-3);
  • Strong methodological and conceptual skills in project management;
  • Experience in institutional & policy analysis, development of legal and administrative documents and capacity building will be an advantage; possibly in environmental related subjects;
  • Experience in managing projects with budgets more than three million Euro and including  activities in several cities will be an advantage;
  • Experience in the fields of climate policy and mitigation / emission reduction, urban mobility, the transport sector or urban development would be an advantage;
  • Extensive experience in dealing and working with multi-cultural stakeholders, including government institutions at national and local levels, non-government institutions, donors, etc: experience in facilitating, liaising and building consensus amongst stakeholders will be an advantage;
  • Excellent written and spoken in English and Bahasa Indonesia; German language skills would be an advantage;
  • Travel to the project sites (several cities across Indonesia).

Duty Station: Jakarta
Expect to Join: a.s.a.p
Direct Superior: Principal Advisor of SUTRI NAMA Project

Interested candidates should submit a motivation letter, CV, trainings attended and list of references (a must), addressed to recruitment-indo@giz.de. The closing date to submit the application letter is on 28 Feb 2017.

Please indicate your application by putting the following code in the subject line: SN-MRV&ET

Please name your file as follow format:
[Your Complete Name]_[Motivation Letter/CV/Latest Education Certificate]

Only short-listed candidates will be notified

INDOHUN Job Vacancy: Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia, Depok

INDOHUN is a national network involving 20 universities in Indonesia and linked to government ministries, professional organizations, leading stakeholders, scientists, and communities from Indonesia and the region to transcend provincial and national borders to address issues of regional and global concern. We implement several collaboration projects including One Health Workforce, One Health Laboratory Network, and One Health System Mapping Analysis and Resource Toolkit, in collaboration with  national partners (universities and government institution), regional (INDOHUN network in South East Asia particularly Malaysia, Thailand, and Vietnam), and international network (US Embassy, USAID, WHO, FAO, and others).

Office location: Faculty of Public Health, Universitas Indonesia, Depok

Duration of Work: 1 year from March 2017 to February 2018 and can be extended based on organization needs.

Position: Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation Officer (1 person – full time)

The Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation Officer will work under the supervision of the Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation Manager & INDOHUN Coordinator to develop program implementation plan and conduct monitoring and evaluation to INDOHUN projects

Job description:

  • Provide assistance to INDOHUN Coordinator
  • Assist Planning Manager to develop project proposal and work plans, and monitor implementation tracking tools to ensure the completion of high quality work
  • Develop staff capacity building activities and monitor staff performance
  • Write quarterly activity report describing progress and achievements
  • Other relevant assignments

  • Oral and written proficiency in English 
  • Has minimum GPA of 3.3 out of 4
  • Has good scientific writing skill
  • Undergraduate or Master degree in related field to Health. Bachelor degree with minimum 1 year experience are welcomed.
  • Able to write activity report and pay attention to details
  • Master MS Office and has basic skills in using statistical software
  • Good design skill will be an advantage
  • Perform good team work and leadership skill
  • Able to work with minimum supervision and tight deadline
  • Should be willing to learn, collaborate and work together with professionals from various academic fields
Closing Date: 28 February 2017 COB Time (5 PM)

Please send us your updated CV, Motivation Letter, and example of recent scientific writing (no more than 5 pages, in English) to confirm your application to nco@indohun.org with subject: [Planning] (space) Your Name (eg.[Planning] Alice Hartanto)

Notification for interview will only be sent to shortlisted candidates.

PASIMAS III Membuka Lowongan Koordinator Kabupaten di Kabupaten Nagan Raya & Kabupaten Lombok Tahun 2017

Pendaftaran Online Koordinator Kabupaten (DC) PAMSIMAS III

Program Pamsimas (Penyediaan Air Minum dan Sanitasi Berbasis Masyarakat) merupakan salah satu program dan aksi nyata pemerintah pusat dan daerah,untuk meningkatkan akses terhadap air minum dan sanitasi.

Mulai tahun 2016 sampai 2019, Pamsimas akan memperluas cakupan programnya untuk menambah 15.000 desa dampingan baru di lebih dari 365 kabupaten di 33 provinsi guna mempercepat target Universal Access 2019. Pamsimas membutuhkan District Coordinator (DC) yang terampil dan cakap untuk mendukung pengelolaan Program di Tingkat Kabupaten.

Pendaftaran online adalah salah satu mekanisme seleksi yang wajib diikuti oleh District Coordinator Program PAMSIMAS III. Pendaftaran calon DC Program Pamsimas III ini dengan ketentuan sebagai berikut:

Bersedia ditempatkan di:

  • Provinsi Aceh / Kabupaten Nagan Raya
  • Provinsi Nusa Tenggara Barat / Kabupaten Lombok
Calon Pendaftar Harus Memenuhi Syarat dan Ketentuan sebagai berikut:

  • Pendaftar wajib mencantumkan lokasi kabupaten atau provinsi peminatannya.
  • Pendaftar wajib mengisi data dengan lengkap dan benar sesuai dengan data diri;
  • Pendaftar hanya boleh mendaftar dengan satu akun pribadi (satu email);
  • Pendaftar wajib mencantumkan nama dan alamat sesuai dengan nomor KTP atau NIK;
Calon Pendaftar Harus Memenuhi Kualifikasi sebagai berikut:

  • Pendidikan minimal S1 jurusan Teknik Sipil, Teknik Lingkungan, Kesehatan Masyarakat atau Pembangunan Sosial;
  • Memiliki pengalaman 7 (tujuh) komulatif di bidang Pemberdayaan, Bidang Perencanaan dan Pelaksanaan Sarana SPAMS berbasis masyarakat;
  • Memiliki kesehatan yang baik hingga tidak mengganggu proses seleksi;
  • Tidak pernah melakukan tindakan kriminal, termasuk korupsi, kolusi dan nepotisme pada saat melaksanakan pendampingan program-program pemberdayaan.
Pendaftaran online dibuka sejak pengumuman ini dan ditutup pada hari Selasa, Tanggal 21 Februari 2017 Pukul 17.00 WIB. Kirimkan berkas lamaran lengkap dalam 1 (satu) file ke penjaringandc.16@gmail.com

Seluruh proses seleksi ini tidak dipungut biaya apapun. Hanya pelamar yang memenuhi kualifikasi DC Program Pamsimas yang akan di panggil untuk mengikuti seleksi selanjutnya. Informasi mengenai Pamsimas CLICK DISINI Sms Pengaduan 081808952148

20 Februari 2017

CARE International Indonesia Job Consultant: Endline Survey, Makassar - South Sulawesi

CARE International Indonesia (CII), as an international NGO, has carried out large scale operations in Indonesia, encompassing emergency operations, transitional activities centered on agriculture and nutrition and a range of development initiatives in such areas as water and sanitation, health and enterprise & economic development.

CARE International Indonesia in Makassar (South Sulawesi) is currently recruiting the following position for its project:


Bintang Muda Project was initiated by CARE International Indonesia South Sulawesi since 2015. This project regards to the CARE International Indonesia’s (CII) country strategy includes a focus on youth and women in urban settings and the proposed Bintang Muda project is an excellent match with CARE’s vision and mission. Indonesia Law No.40/2009 defines youth as persons between the ages of 16 – 30 years old. Youth are the future of Indonesia, and it is crucial to invest in their development, especially in young women, so they can contribute to Indonesia’s continued economic development and the resilience of themselves and their families.

The project was able to trained 200 young women on basic entrepreneurial skills, financial literacy and resilience, and continue with the selection of forty young potential/start up entrepreneurs called Bintang Muda members to be further coach and mentors. In addition, Bintang Muda had have access to revolving fund and develop their business in different economic sectors. In this process, CARE work with MakassarPrenuer (MP) to enhance the skill and capacity of beneficiaries to manage their business.

After xxx of intervention, the project is come to an end. Regarding this closing, Endline survey is the part of the project in the Outcome 5 for Closure. To be able to get independent feedback on the project, independent consultant will be hired to conduct the end line survey.

Project objectives are become based on the research questions for the endline.
  • Ability of 40 entrepreneurs to develop a business plan, and knowledge of financial resources, access to finance, and disaster preparedness for business 
  • Knowledge of 200 young women about how to set up the business and how to prepared for disasters 3. 2,000 women (4,000 people, 600 households) with knowledge of entrepreneurship and disaster risk reduction
The end line survey will include collection and analysis of quantitative data corresponding to the original baseline survey. The report will present achievements against project targets and a comparison of the end line data findings against the baseline data findings. It will highlight significant as well as important and interesting findings that might inform future, similar actions.

The end line study will assess objectives indicators:
  • Ability of 40 entrepreneurs to develop a business plan, and knowledge of financial resources, access to finance, and disaster preparedness for business:
    • Number of new products developed, 
    • Number of market accesses or developed for new products and existing product
    • Quality of existing products improved
    • Number of business with financial access
    • Improved readiness for natural disaster. 
    • Increased income
    • Women have more control over their income
    • Young women have access to resources including financial services
    • Young women have more confidence to manage the business
  • Knowledge of 200 young women about how to set up the business and how to prepared for disasters 200 young women with improved readiness to set up a business and to be resilient in the face of economic crises and natural disasters
  • 2,000 girls, women, and male members of their families (4,000 people) empowered through basic entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills to face economic challenges and to be prepared for disasters.
    • Ability to identify potential business in the area;
    • Knowledge on financial literacy and/or disaster
  • Develop a survey plan that includes strategies to collect and analyse quantitative data against project targets and key indicators from the baseline and monitoring and evaluation framework.
  • Conduct a survey of size and quality able to provide a meaningful understanding of progress toward targets and changes in the indicators being measured.
  • Analyze and produce an end line report that presents the end line data compared to base line data and that highlights significant, important or interesting findings that inform future programming.
It is expected that the consultant will provide the following key outputs:
  • Detailed survey implementation plan – including details of both the technical approach (sampling methods, tools and techniques to collect data against key indicators and targets, reference data, analysis, ethical considerations, limitations, etc.) and their implementation (schedule of activities and costs).
  • A complete set of data collected during end line survey.
  • A draft report for internal review by CARE 
  • A final report of a standard ready to be published publicly. 
  • A presentation of the final report to CARE staff and partners.
  • Experience in designing and conducting project evaluation including baseline, end line, and other comparable quantitative and qualitative methods.
  • Excellent report writing skills.
  • A demonstrated commitment to the women issues especially on entrepreneurship development.
Interested applicant must submit the following documentation:
  • Comprehensive curriculum vitae of individual/team members involve in the activities. 
  • A detailed implementation plan/technical proposal in accordance with the scope of work, expected outputs and deliverables provided for herein.
  • Financial Proposal that indicates the all-inclusive fixed total contract price, supported by a breakdown of costs i.e. consultancy fee, ect.
Please submit your applications before February 25, 2017 to CARE International Indonesia, Human Resources Unit: recruit_918@careind.or.id "Only qualified applicants will be shortlisted"

RFA - Capacity Building and Whistle Blowing System Review for GOI Agency Inspectorates, Indonesian

RE-ANNOUNCEMENT (RFA) No. 610700.001.17.920

RFA title: Capacity Building and Whistle Blowing System Review for GOI Agency Inspectorates

RFA issued on: 8 February 2017

Deadline for questions: Extended to 25 February 2017 at 04.00 PM Jakarta time.

Applicant's Conference: Reschedule to 22 February 2017 at 10.00 AM Jakarta time, MSI-CEGAH office. Meeting organized to discuss existing questions or concern regarding the application process.

Deadline for submission of applications10 March 2017 at 04.00 PM Jakarta time via e-mail to grants@msi-cegah.com with cc to: zkrishnamoorthy@msi-inc.com (emailed documents should be in MSWord and Excel).

You can download the complete document HERE.

RutgersWPF Indonesia Job Vacancy: Research Team to Formative - Baseline Research for Prevention+ Program 2017, Indonesian

RutgersWPF Indonesia is a nongovernmental organization that has been working in Indonesia  to improve sexual and reproductive health and rights and prevent sexual and gender based violence. We have a longstanding expertise in this field and work together with more than 20 partners to support CSE and Youth Friendly Services as well as implement Male Involvement approach to reduce GBV. In our approach we integrate advocacy, research and gender transformative programming.

Terms of Reference

Prevention + program in Indonesia will be effectively implemented from 2017 to 2020. This program is a continuation of MenCare+ program (2013-2015), which formulates its main problem as "Rigid gender and cultural norms and harmful practices that individuals determine behavior causing GBV and gender injustices are upheld and reinforced by the individual, community, civil society and institutions as well as governments a like." Prevention+ will work to make changes at several levels: (1) the individual, (2) community, (3) service providers as well as policies and budgeting, both at local and national level.

At the individual level the expected change is to increase awareness of the gender-based violence. This in turn is expected to encourage community to build reporting and referral mechanisms. In this context, men are no longer regarded merely as perpetrators but also part of the solution. Working with men is a crucial element that differentiates Prevention+ of other SGBV programs. Men are not only considered to be "able" to do harm, but also capable of being a supportive partner including in their spouse’s economic empowerment and sharing household chores. Furthermore, positive changes in individual and societal level also need support primarily from government and law enforcement.

Prevention+ has one overall objective, that is to create a gender just society, free of gender-based violence, and seven outcomes that will serve as guidance throughout the program implementation for the coming four years:
  • (Young) men and women have gender just norms and attitudes and actively participate to prevent GBV.
  • Men and women take joint decisions regarding income generating activities
  • Community has gender just norms and attitudes
  • Quality GBV services are provided
  • Gender transformative approaches and gender justice is mainstreamed within Institutions.
  • Networks and CSO's promote gender justice and by engaging (young) men in interventions to prevent GBV
  • Policy environment is changed so governments take up gender transformative approaches in their programs, policies, and budgets.
These changes will be evaluated by the end of the program course and compared with the baseline. Selected consultant will conduct study in the intervention areas. The consultant will be responsible in designing and revising surveys, including making reasonable budget and timeline, conduct the data obtaining and analysis. As the implementer for Prevention+ program, RutgersWPF Indonesia is responsible to supervise the outcome measurements process. The consultancy is for two months during the period of March – May 2017 and is for a maximum number of 60 days.  Include in the scope of works are inception report, collecting data and analysis, and final report.

Unlike evaluation surveys during the previous programs, this study will be focused on specific outcomes that become the country’s priorities. If applicable, the results will also be used as baseline data, for a selection of Prevention+ outcome indicators. In Indonesia the program will particularly be focusing on Outcome 2 Men and women take joint decisions regarding income generating activities that is on women’s economic empowerment and ensuring changing gender norms accordingly. There are three objectives for this assignment:
  • To capture the state of beneficiaries’ behavior elated to gender norms, attitude and their role in preventing GBV, communication skills, ability to cope with aggression and frustration, and decision making patterns related to income generating activities, which mostly we have implemented in our program with community interventions as well as male counseling.
  • To identify gender norms and proxy indicators that will influence the expected changes and also to analyze whether these changes also happen to people in non-intervention areas. As Gender Transformative Approach will be implemented in the program, the instruments to be used and analysis should accommodate the GTA principles to allow program draw lesson learnt about using the approach.
  • To map and assess economic actors and potentials to be involved in women economic empowerment initiatives. Along with GTA, WEE is a strategic approach that will contribute to a more equitable gender behavior between couples.
Tasks to be performed
  • Formulating research questions and report back on these research questions.
  • Prepare a detailed work plan that includes instruments and tools, sampling method, a thorough and tight time frame, and budget for the research;
  • Conduct fieldwork and data analysis;
  • Conduct validation workshop that involving partners;
  • Managing the data and research findings;
  • Writing final reports (each report consists of a maximum of 50 pages excluding annexes) and outline the plan for publication and dissemination.
Tangible outputs
  • Inception Report – Analysis of existing situation (situation occurs when the study takes place) and plan of work for the assignment; no later than one week after the commencement of the consultancy. The inception report will include timeline, research questions, methodologies (study design, instruments and tools) to be applied, and a draft outline of the final report.
  • Progress Report – Short description of progress (technical and financial) including problems encountered; planned activities for the coming period accompanied by an invoice and the expenditure verification report; no later than 1 month after the end of each implementation period.
  • Draft Final Report – Description of findings including problems encountered and recommendations for further program development; no later than 2 months before the end of the implementation period. The reports shall be written in both English and Indonesian.
  • Final Report – Short description of achievements including problems encountered and recommendations; The final report is submitted within 1 month of receiving comments by Rutgers on the draft final report
Instruments to be developed will be checked using following criteria:
  • Do the questions within the instruments relate sufficiently to the indicators? Could the questions be used to measure changes?
  • Are the topics of the surveys to be found within the content of the program and its interventions?
  • Questions that have been covered within the formative research instruments which are’
  • The content of the instruments and questionnaires (or surveys) should be clearly linked to the outcome indicators of the Prevention+ result chain.
  • The questionnaires should be pre-tested by the external researchers in order to avoid that questions are confusing or multi-interpretable.
Sample and Work Plan
The target population for this survey is community participants in the intervention areas, as well as women attending WEE module and activities, and participants of Gender Transformative Approach trainings and activities It is the responsibility of the lead consultant to determine the sample size in every community in each intervention areas. The consultant will also be asked to develop a workable work plan for the data collection process.

Data Management
Data management will be a crucial part of this formative study. The selected consultant will be asked to submit their plan that includes a plan for data analysis quality assurance, analysis, ethical review and research permit, preparation of field sites and personnel (supervisors and interviewers), and report writing.

Required Expertise of the Consultants Team/Specifications
  • Organizations with proven skills in conducting research and M&E in the issues preferably gender and women’s economic empowerment and Gender Transformative Approach.
  • Sound background in the mentioned areas
  • Strong attention to consistency, detail and quality.
  • Ability to travel within the country during this assignment.
Expected Timeline and Term of Payment
The Consultant will receive a consultancy fee to be paid in the following installments:
  • The first installment in the amount of 30% of the consultancy fee shall be paid upon signing of the contract,
  • The second installment in the amount of 40 % of the consultancy fee shall be paid upon submission of output 1, 2, and 3 i.e. inception report, progress and draft final report by Rutgers WPF Indonesia.
  • The third installment in the amount of 30 % of the total fee shall be paid upon submission of the final report and approval by RutgersWPF Indonesia.
Selected candidates will be asked to submit an inception report with anticipated work plan and time- schedule, based on an analysis of the issues to be studied, the proposed method, and the reporting requirements. A presentation of the detailed work plan and methods as included in the inception report will be part of the assignment.

How to Apply
Interested applicants are invited to send:
  • A short expression of interest (max 5 pages) clearly specifying understanding of the assignment, steps in the research, limitations, innovative suggestions as well as suitability and availability.
  • Portfolio indicating previous research experiences in qualitative and quantitative research on social issues and a list of researches conducted.
  • Samples of previous research reports
by e-mail to : recruitment.rutgerswpf.indo@rutgerswpfindo.org

Indicating the title of this assignment (Baseline Research Prevention+)

Application deadline will close at 5.00 pm (Jakarta time), [24 February 2017].

Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

The project will be awarded to candidate whose proposal shows the soundest methodology and efficiency in using resources.