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Vacancy AFO at EMAS Muhammadiyah

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Vacancy :
Provincial Admin-Finance Officer (AFO Province)
at EMAS-Muhammadiyah
The Expanding Maternal and Neonatal Survival (EMAS) project is five years USAID-funded project that seeks to reduce maternal and newborn mortality in Indonesia.  EMAS will focus in improving the quality of emergency obstetric and newborn care provided by health facilities and on strengthening referral systems in emergency of maternal and neonatal.
EMAS supports the central government, provincial, and district levels to network withcivil society organizations, publicand private healthfacilities, hospital associations, professional organizations, and other sectors. EMAS aimsto reduce maternal mortality and newborn in Indonesiaup 25%.EMAS is currently implemented in 30districts located in 6 provinces withmaternal mortality and neonatal highest in Indonesia.
EMAS is run by a consortium of sixinstitutions, namely; JHPIEGO, Lembaga Kesehatan Budi Kemuliaan (LKBK), Muhammadiyah, Save the Children and RTI International.
 
Currently we are seeking for a qualified candidate to fill the position of:
Title Position     :                             Provincial Admin-Finance Officer(AFO Province)
Department:                                   EMAS - Muhammadiyah
Position Reports To:                     Civil Society Officer (CSO)
Positions Supervised:                    None
Location:                                          Semarang – Jawa Tengah
 
Responsibilities:
  1. Responsible for the daily activities of the technical passage office
  2. Coordinate data and documents in the office activities of a good administrative system so that it can be understood by the other members of the management
  3. Preparing for a meeting or meeting needs and report the decision of the meeting in minutes / proceedings of the report to the program manager
  4. Organizing and distributing educational materials to related parties
  5. Coordinate program needs at provincial and district levels.
  6. Provide input and advice to the Program Officer relating to the effective and efficient use of finances.
  7. Preparing financial data required by the Program Officer.
  8. Making Muhammadiyah network data collection and community organizations involved in the program
  9. Assist Program Officer and Clinical Specialist in Community Mobilization process.
Qualifications:
1.       Bachelor degree in accounting/management/administration
2.      Considerable administration & Finance experiences
3.      Understand the accounting standards (journaland financial reconciliation)
4.     Self motivated 
5.      Well organized
6.     Ability to work independently
7.      Willingness to do field trip whenever required.
8.     Details oriented
9.     Preferably able to speak English and Indonesian well, both written and verbal
10.   Be able to operate computer (MS Office: MS Word, Exel, Power Point, Internet)
Female applicants are encouraged to apply.

  • Interested candidates should send the Application letter and CV (max. 3-4 pages), not later than 15 September 2014
  • Applications To : Program Manager EMAS-Muhammadiyah, by mail:  hrd.emas.muhammadiyah@gmail.com
  • Please mention the following format in e-mail subject: Application for AFO Jateng
  • Only short-listed applicants will be contacted.
 
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Communications Specialist – Jakarta

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Background
Since March 2011 the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) has been working in conjunction with the Australia-Indonesia Facility for Disaster Reduction (AIFDR) on a program now known as Scenario Development for Contingency Planning (SD4CP). SD4CP seeks to help disaster managers create contingency plans in case of disaster through open-source tools InaSAFE, QGIS, and OpenStreetMap. HOT is responsible for providing training and outreach in these tools and technical support to the contingency planning process. To assist in outreach and communications HOT seeks to hire a Communication Specialist for this program. 

Profile
The Communications Specialist will be responsible for coordinating outreach for the SD4CP program. This includes creation of marketing materials, social media outreach, blogging and conference outreach. 
  • Create and coordinate on OpenStreetMap.or.id with the community and HOT team
  • Manage social media outreach through Twitter, Facebook and other platforms
  • Organize conference outreach through booths and presentations from the SD4CP team
  • Lead development of use cases and white papers regarding InaSAFE and OSM in Indonesia
  • Create print and marketing materials
  • Coordinate with other HOT related outreach outside of Indonesia
  • Work with HOT team to create How-to videos 
Practicalities
This position is based in Jakarta, Indonesia with the primary place of work being at HOT and Wikimedia Indonesia’s joint workspace. There will also be some travel within Indonesia. The position is currently funded until the end of the year with a likely extension until the end of June 2015.

Eligibility Criteria
  • At least 2 years professional experience with communications and marketing in Indonesia
  • Previous experience in mass media outreach such as writing press releases
  • Skilled in technical writing
  • Experience in disaster response, open data or open source strongly desired
  • Experience in creating flyers and brochures (preferably with open source tools)
  • Experience in video blog shooting and editings
  • Professionally work with social media outreach
  • Fluent in Indonesian/Ability to Work in English
To Apply
Send cover letter, CV, portfolio and expected salary to apply@hotosm.org before September 22nd, 2014. Portfolio should contain examples of blog posts, flyers, press releases and other materials from outreach campaigns.
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Request for Quotation & Proposal for Event Organizer

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Request for Quotation & Proposal
Preferred Event Organizer

 
Background:
AIP-PRISMA (Australia-Indonesia Partnership for Promoting Rural Income through Support for Markets in Agriculture) is a multi-year program that is part of the Indonesian Government’s long term strategy to encourage economic growth. Supported by the Australian Government, the program aims to achieve a 30% increase in the net incomes of 300,000 male and female farmers in eastern Indonesian by 2017 by improving productivity, market access, and innovation. PRISMA focuses on major agriculture sectors in East Java, West Nusa Tenggara, East Nusa Tenggara, Papua and West Papua, We promote partnerships and help spur growth among value chain actors by reducing barriers and constraints within the agriculture sector.
 
Objectives:
To support an intense activities to organize events, workshops and meetings.
Professional event organizer support needed for
implementation of these activities.
Task/Work Description:
PRISMA seeks the services of Event Organizer Company/Organisation to provide support for AIP-PRISMA in handle events, workshop, and meetings. The work will involve ticketing, accommodation, event arrangement management, registration, attendance list of participants, master of ceremony, and any support activities to run the event smoothly and professional
Criteria/Variables:
 
Credible company/organisation with national wide services
High experience in managing national events
   
Fluent in English
Professional manner
 Good track record
Deliverables:
·        Each activities will be guided by TOR (term of reference) and both parties will agree on output for each activities based on Scope of Services.
Interested organization should apply for this task with a proposal that consist of organization profile, list of personil with their experience. Some pictures of sample activities also need inserting in this proposal. Better if you also attaching the references in your proposal.
 
Please send your proposal to: ayu.ambarini@aip-prisma.or.id   please put EO as the subject of your email. Application deadline on 17thSeptember 17.00 PM 
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UCLG-ASPAC : Programme Associate

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Post Title: Programme Associate
Organization: United Cities and Local Governments Asia Pacific (UCLG ASPAC)
Duty Station: UCLG ASPAC Regional Office, Jakarta, Indonesia
Type of Contract: Service Contract – 1 year, with possible extension
 
Background
United Cities and Local Governments Asia Pacific (UCLG ASPAC) is one of the eight Regional Sections of the United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) which is based in Jakarta, Indonesia. UCLG is the largest association of local governments in the world and the officially recognized voice of local government by the United Nations. The Asia and Pacific region is the biggest of the eight sections in UCLG with linkages to more than 7.000 local governments. It represents well over 3.76 billion people–more than half of the world population- and incorporates economically fast developing countries such as China, India and Indonesia.
 
UCLG ASPAC is the key knowledge management hub on local government issues in the Asia-Pacific region. It promotes democratic local government, supports cooperation between cities and their associations, and facilitates programs, networks and partnerships to develop the capacity of local governments and the associations. Moreover, UCLG ASPAC represents local governments politically within the international community, and with the United Nations and its agencies. It also promotes inclusive societies which safeguard equality, social and economic justice, and sustainable community development. UCLG ASPAC is engaged in all relevant thematic fields for nurturing sustainable development comprising poverty alleviation, climate change, decentralization, local finance and MDGs.
 
UCLG ASPAC is accepting expression of interests from qualified: Programme Associate. The post will be placed at the UCLG ASPAC regional office in Jakarta and provides support to the on-going operations and ensure high quality, accuracy and consistency of work. The post reports directly to the Secretary General of UCLG ASPAC.
 
 
Key responsibilities:
  • Undertake all substantive development of proposals.
  • Ensure proposal and organization compliance in the program development process.
  • Ensure there is internal consistency in the proposals with program and financial elements.
  • Assisting in plan, implementation and manager different programs within the organizations.
  • Workings on plans and budget, as well as develop quarterly and annual report.
  • Developing program literature and publications and drafting proposals.
  • Updating evaluation and ensuring all programs running in timely manner.
  • Coordinate with Strategic Services Manager to execute program enhancements and program development initiatives.
  • Manage all program-specific media outreach
  • Ensure proper policies, procedures ad safety guidelines for all programs are in place and followed.
  • Build the existing knowledge base, work towards improving the visibility of the organizations in the civil society.
  • Capacity Building. Provide training and induction on project cycle management.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Secretary General.
 
 
 
 
Competencies:
  • Bachelor Degree in relevant discipline (relevant experience may substitute the relevant degree)
  • Minimum 3 (three) years experience with developing programming.
  • Minimum 3 (three) years experience in a similar position in an NGO or an International Organization and in community development.
  • Conflict management and ability to pragmatically solve problems, plan a course of action and forward thinking abilities to achieve an effective resolution
  • Experience in the knowledge of program design.
  • Demonstrated experience on technical expertise in the area of project, budget and resource management.
  • Develop the relationship with donors and external institution.
  • Good communication skills-verbal and written-English and Indonesian.
  • Strong organizational and time management skills, including the ability to multi task, prioritize, set and meet deadlines.
  • Detailed oriented, self-motivated and comfortable working in collaborative team environment.
  • Enjoy in enabling and supporting others to be effective in their work.
  • Analytical and planning skills.
  • Ability to work independently and prioritise effectively to achieve result.
  • Excellent organisational abilities with ability to work to deadlines and manage time well.
 
Remuneration
UCLG ASPAC will offer a remuneration initially amounting up from IDR 72,000,000 to IDR 84,000,000 NETT per year (exclude 13th month salary), Jamsostek and Insurance coverage.
 
How to apply:
Deadline for the Application Candidates are expected to submit an updated CV including salary history along with the application to the Human Resources Division of UCLG ASPAC at finance@uclg-aspac.org by September 25th, 2014 at the latest with subject “Programme Associate and Your Name”
 
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted

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Finance and Accounting Officer – Jakarta

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Background

Since March 2011 the Humanitarian OpenStreetMap Team (HOT) has been working in conjunction with the Australia-Indonesia Facility for Disaster Reduction (AIFDR) on a program now known as Scenario Development for Contingency Planning (SD4CP). SD4CP seeks to help disaster managers create contingency plans in case of disaster through open-source tools InaSAFE, QGIS, and OpenStreetMap. HOT is responsible for providing training and outreach in these tools and technical support to the contingency planning process. 

In 2014, HOT and Wikimedia Indonesia have been selected as one of the winner of Making All Voices Count (MAVC) grant proposal. The proposal, titled Open Content in Kalimantan : Wikipedia & OpenStreetMap for Transparency, aimed to develop an open toolkit for creating and using the internationally recognised toolsets Wikipedia and OpenStreetMap at the micro/local level.

To assist in internal administration and management seeks to hire a Finance and Accounting Officer for these programs. 

Profile

The Finance and Accounting Officer will be responsible for coordinating finance and administration service for the SD4CP and MAVC program. This includes budget management, travel administration and financial report. The main responsibilities are

  • Management of all HOT Indonesia finance operations
  • Perform budget vs payment tracking
  • Salary and tax management
  • Travel related administration
  • Practicalities

This position is based in Jakarta, Indonesia with the primary place of work being at HOT, Wikimedia Indonesia and Open Data Lab’s joint workspace. The position is currently budgeted and approved until the mid of 2015 with potential renewal contingent on further HOT funding in Indonesia. 

Eligibility Criteria

  • At least 2 years professional experience with finance and accounting
  • Bachelor degree with finance or accounting focus
  • Previous experiences working in non-profit organization
  • Fluent in Indonesian/Ability to Work in English
To Apply

Send cover letter, CV and expected salary to apply@hotosm.org before September 22nd, 2014. 

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UCLG-ASPAC : Capacity Training and Development Officer

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Post Title: Capacity Training and Development Officer
Organization: United Cities and Local Governments Asia Pacific (UCLG ASPAC)
Duty Station: UCLG ASPAC Regional Office, Jakarta, Indonesia
Type of Contract: Service Contract – 2 year, with possible extension
 
Background
United Cities and Local Governments Asia Pacific (UCLG ASPAC) is one of the eight Regional Sections of the United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) which is based in Jakarta, Indonesia. UCLG is the largest association of local governments in the world and the officially recognized voice of local government by the United Nations. The Asia and Pacific region is the biggest of the eight sections in UCLG with linkages to more than 7.000 local governments. It represents well over 3.76 billion people–more than half of the world population- and incorporates economically fast developing countries such as China, India and Indonesia.
 
UCLG ASPAC is the key knowledge management hub on local government issues in the Asia-Pacific region. It promotes democratic local government, supports cooperation between cities and their associations, and facilitates programs, networks and partnerships to develop the capacity of local governments and the associations. Moreover, UCLG ASPAC represents local governments politically within the international community, and with the United Nations and its agencies. It also promotes inclusive societies which safeguard equality, social and economic justice, and sustainable community development. UCLG ASPAC is engaged in all relevant thematic fields for nurturing sustainable development comprising poverty alleviation, climate change, decentralization, local finance and MDGs.
 
UCLG ASPAC is accepting expression of interests from qualified Officer: Capacity Development and Training candidates. The Officer will be placed at the UCLG ASPAC regional office in Jakarta and provides support to the on-going operations and ensure high quality, accuracy and consistency of work. The Officer reports directly to the Secretary General of UCLG ASPAC.
 
Responsibilities:
1. Assisting in developing capacity development strategies and programmes and projects for UCLG ASPAC and relevant institutions.
2.Assisting in design capacity building programme including training and curriculum development.
3.Assisting in developing, maintaining and updating the data base for capacity development and training, includes resource persons/expertise and network.
4. Assisting on the preparation and conducting a regular training programme.
5.Assisting in monitoring and evaluation of the training and capacity development programmes.
6. Assisting in supporting research related to capacity development and donors availability.
7.Having close coordination with Strategic Services Manager and Members Service Manager in evaluating members needs assessment.
8.Provide assistances for members to participate in UCLG ASPAC activities, including the disseminating information regarding workshops, conferences, seminars and training agendas of partners to members.
9.Assisting in conducting mapping of the programmes and training agenda required by Donor Agencies that the topics are related to UCLG ASPAC thematic areas and needs of members.
10.Having close coordination with Information and Communication Manager in advertising capacity building and training programmes of UCLG ASPAC.
11.Support the Secretary General in UCLG ASPAC Meetings including having close coordination with other managers in preparing at UCLG ASPAC Meetings.
12.Perform any other duties as required from time-to-time as assigned by the Secretary General
 
Requirements:
1.       Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in development studies and/or related fields
2.       At least five years of professional experience in capacity development and training.
3.       Ability to develop training including curriculum.
4.       Ability to deliver capacity building programme including training and measure their effectiveness
5.       Strong communication skills (Indonesia and English).
6.       Computer software skill in all basic Microsoft Office programs and relevant software.
7.       Ability to develop liaison with representatives from members, partner organizations and stakeholders and work co-operatively with other staff members.
8.       Actively shares relevant information and communicates clearly.
9.       Ability to develop managerial strategy and work co-operatively with other staff members.
10.   Provides constructive feedback to colleagues.
11.   Ability to work under pressure and to deadlines required.
12.   Experience in working in an international environment, respecting different cultures and nationalities.
13.   Considerable domestic and international travel may be required.
14.   Indonesian Nationality or Foreigners possessing Indonesian working permit
 
The assignment will be for a period of 2 years (with possible extension) and will commence as soon as possible
 
Remuneration:
UCLG ASPAC will offer a remuneration initially amounting up from IDR 72,000,000 to IDR 84,000,000 NETT per year (exclude 13th month salary), Jamsostek and Insurance coverage.
 
How to apply:
Deadline for the Application Candidates are expected to submit an updated CV including salary history along with the application to the Human Resources Division of UCLG ASPAC at finance@uclg-aspac.org by September 25th, 2014 at the latest with subject “Capacity Development and Training Officer and your name ”
 
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted
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UCLG-ASPAC : Media & Communication Manager

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Post Title: Media & Communication Manager
Organization: United Cities and Local Governments Asia Pacific (UCLG ASPAC)
Duty Station: UCLG ASPAC Regional Office, Jakarta, Indonesia
Type of Contract: Service Contract – 2 year, with possible extension
 
Background
United Cities and Local Governments Asia Pacific (UCLG ASPAC) is one of the eight Regional Sections of the United Cities and Local Governments (UCLG) which is based in Jakarta, Indonesia. UCLG is the largest association of local governments in the world and the officially recognized voice of local government by the United Nations. The Asia and Pacific region is the biggest of the eight sections in UCLG with linkages to more than 7.000 local governments. It represents well over 3.76 billion people–more than half of the world population- and incorporates economically fast developing countries such as China, India and Indonesia.
 
UCLG ASPAC is the key knowledge management hub on local government issues in the Asia-Pacific region. It promotes democratic local government, supports cooperation between cities and their associations, and facilitates programs, networks and partnerships to develop the capacity of local governments and the associations. Moreover, UCLG ASPAC represents local governments politically within the international community, and with the United Nations and its agencies. It also promotes inclusive societies which safeguard equality, social and economic justice, and sustainable community development. UCLG ASPAC is engaged in all relevant thematic fields for nurturing sustainable development comprising poverty alleviation, climate change, decentralization, local finance and MDGs.
 
UCLG ASPAC is accepting expression of interests from qualified Manager: Media and Communication   candidates. The Manager will be placed at the UCLG ASPAC regional office in Jakarta and provides support to the on-going operations and ensure high quality, accuracy and consistency of work. The Manager reports directly to the Secretary General of UCLG ASPAC.
 
Responsibilities
1.       Establish and maintain communication with members, partners and relevant stakeholders including international organizations, academic institutions, Local Governments and their Associations, Civil Society Organizations, and media.
2.       Develop and implement short and long-term communication strategy.
3.       Play a leading role in the development of a coherent in country media and communications strategy, including the development of the monitoring and evaluation system related to media and communications.
4.       Facilitate the implementation of the media and communications strategy at the international and national level, including providing support to media and communications elements in programmes and projects at national and international level.
5.       Take a lead in maintaining link of national, and international media outlets (TV, radio, print, and online).
6.       Provide a timely response to incoming enquiries from national and international medias.
7.       Take a lead in drafting news releases, opinion pieces and other media engagement documents, and take documents through sign off procedures.
8.       Maintain responsibility for developing strong news, stories which bring together organization’s programme and profile.
9.       Development of media activities in country through training, providing quality information and analysis, and facilitating sharing experiences and learning.
10.   Take a lead in monitoring the Indonesian media, both to spot opportunities for organization and to assist with providing regular summary information and updates, overviews regarding organization, its members, its partners, and their activities in the media.
11.   Prepare reports related to communication to UCLG ASPAC Executive Bureau, Council and General Assembly Meetings and to UCLG World (headquarters) as required.
12.   Perform other duties as required from time-to-time as assigned by the Secretary General
 
 
Requirements:
1.       Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in communications, public relations and/or related fields
2.       At least five years of professional experience in public relations and/or journalistic work
3.       Proficiency in designing and developing public relations/media tools
4.       Strong communication skills (Indonesia and English)
5.       Excellent writing skills
6.       Computer software skills in all basic Microsoft word programs and publication software
7.       Basic IT knowledge is preferable.
8.       Ability to develop liaison with representatives from members, partner organizations and stakeholders and work co-operatively with other staff members.
9.       Ability to work under pressure and to deadlines required.
10.   Experience in working in an international environment, respecting different cultures and nationalities.
11.   Considerable domestic and international travel may be required
 
The assignment will be for a period of 2 years (with possible extension) and will commence as soon as possible
 
Remuneration:
UCLG ASPAC will offer a remuneration initially amounting up from IDR 102,000,000 to IDR 108,000,000 NETT per year (exclude 13thmonth salary), Jamsostek and Insurance coverage.
 
How to apply:
Deadline for the Application Candidates are expected to submit an updated CV including salary history along with the application to the Human Resources Division of UCLG ASPAC at finance@uclg-aspac.org by September 25th, 2014 at the latest with subject “Media and Communication Manager and your name”
 
Only short-listed candidates will be contacted
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Vacancies for 3 months consultancy at MDG Secretariate

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Please kindly be informed that the National MDG Secretarite is looking for consultants to assist them in below issues:

1. Water and Sanitation :
2. Maternal Health : http://procurement-notices.undp.org/view_notice.cfm?notice_id=18060
3. MDG, HDI and SDG Data Repository : http://procurement-notices.undp.org/view_notice.cfm?notice_id=18063
4. Communication and Advocacy : http://procurement-notices.undp.org/view_notice.cfm?notice_id=18065
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IC/UNDP/REDD+/124/2014 REDD+ Senior Consultant for Environment (National, 1 post)

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Title: REDD+ Senior Consultant for Environment (National, 1 post)
Project Name :  PMU – REDD+
Reports to: Coordinator of Legal and Law Enforcement of BP REDD+
Duty Station: Jakarta 
Expected Places of Travel (if applicable):  Riau
Duration of Assignment:  October 2014 – March 2015
Closing date: 23 September 2014


Context of the REDD+ initiative:
Indonesia is the third largest emitter of carbon dioxide (CO2) and the world’s largest emitter from agriculture, forestry and other land use. Over the past five years, Indonesia’s annual deforestation rate has averaged around 1 million hectares, which contributes to an estimated 87 percent of Indonesia’s annual emissions. In response to this situation, in 2009, President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, made a voluntary commitment to the world to reduce emissions as much as 26 percent under a business-as-usual scenario or up to 41 percent with international support by 2020.
According to the Second National Communication from Indonesia to the UNFCCC, Indonesia is expected to emit around 2.9 million metric tons (gigatons) by 2020 under the business-as-usual scenario. A commitment to reduce that amount by 26 percent would mean a reduction of 0.8 gigatons, while 41 percent would amount to a reduction of 1.2 gigatons. A reduction from an expected 2.9 to 1.7 gigatons by 2020 is a challenging commitment for a country aiming to maintain its 7 percent annual growth rate. Nevertheless, this commitment has been translated into a comprehensive National Action Plan known as RAN-GRK (PP 61/2011).
The National Action Plan for the Reduction of Green-house Gas Emissions (RAN-GRK) estimates that 87 percent of the emission-reduction target - approximately 1 gigaton - relates directly to the forestry and peat land sectors and, to address this, the government has adopted an incentive mechanism to improve management of the country’s vast forest resources while supporting climate-change mitigation. This mechanism, known as REDD+ (Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and Forest Degradation), has five primary objectives: (a) reduction of deforestation; (b) reduction of forest degradation; (c) conservation of carbon stocks; (d) sustainable forest management; and (e) enhancing carbon stocks.
On 26 May 2010 the Governments of Indonesia and Norway signed a Letter of Intent (LoI) to establish a REDD+ Partnership. The first phase of this REDD+ Partnership (Phase 1) was to establish an agency with the capacity to implement and manage REDD+ projects initially in the pilot province Central Kalimantan and progressively in other priority provinces across Indonesia. A Task Force (Satuan Tugas, Satgas) was established to support this initial phase and, as of June 2013 at the end of the Task Force’s mandate, the following progress was achieved:
·    Drafting of an integrated Presidential Regulation regarding the establishment of a REDD+ Agency and governance of REDD+ in Indonesia;
·    Finalisation of a REDD+ National Strategy (Stranas) and development of Provincial Strategies and Action Plans (PSAPs) for the eleven priority provinces;
·    Agreement on, and legal basis for, the structure and operations of a REDD+ Financial Instrument (FREDDI); its implementation awaits the establishment of the REDD+ Agency and the subsequent release of funding for Phase 2 of the LoI;
·    A methodology for the structure and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) of the MRV technical unit; while international standards and an international/national REDD+ registry remain in development, the unit is ready for mobilisation following the establishment of the REDD+ Agency;
·    Legal review of regulatory requirements related to REDD+ implementation in particular land tenure, forest and peat-land governance, forest monitoring and law enforcement, consolidation of land concessions, and a Moratorium on all new concessions for conversion of peat and natural forest in Indonesia; and
·    Successful implementation of a wide range of projects by the REDD+ Task Force in the pilot province Central Kalimantan with a focus on developing an operational capacity and an enabling environment for REDD+ projects.
These achievements have prepared a basic foundation for a future REDD+ national programme that aims to address the emission-reduction target for the forestry and peat-land sectors and the national long-term goals associated with sustainable economic development and poverty reduction.
 
Context of this ToR:
The existence of District Attorney who has knowledge and expertise in the issues of environment and natural resources will be great advantage and play an important role in supporting the national strategy related to REDD+. Through the law enforcement officers who possess capacity and integrity in handling the cases related to environment and natural resources it is expected that law enforcement will be enacted. In relations with the District Attorney with the expertise on environment and natural resources, there are some issues that need to address:
a.       There should be a tough selection for the attorney who will handle the cases related to environment and natural resources. This happens because such cases usually involve a lot of money. The attorneys who possess integrity and capacity are compulsory. 
b.      There should training and capacity building which involves multi-door approach so that these attorneys will be able to make a comprehensive approach whenever they handle the cases related to environment and natural resources.
c.       Following the training and capacity building, there should be monitoring and evaluation activities conducted by the Office of Attorney General to ensure the sustainability of the effort on multi-door approach.
 
There is a Memorandum of Understanding signed by Ministry of Environment, Police Force and The Office of Attorney General on 26 July 2011 on the integrated law enforcement on environment. This MoU supports the existence of Attorneys who have capacity in environment and natural resources. In addition, the implementation of UU No. 18 of 2013 on the Prevention and Eradication of Forest Destruction should need the new attorneys who have special capacity in handling the cases related to environment and natural resources. 
 
Objectives of Assignment:
To support the establishment of attorneys who have skills and capacity in environment and natural resources issues in order to support the activity of REDD+. 
 
I.      SCOPE OF WORK, RESPONSIBILITIES AND DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPOSED ANALYTICAL WORK

Scope of work:

 
1.       Evaluating the existing concept related to the Attorneys and Police Officers who have the capacity in handling the issues of environment and natural resources and its relationship with the prevention and eradication of forest destruction;
2.       Developing a new concept related to the Police Officer and Attorneys who have the capacity in handling the issues of environment and natural resources;
3.       Conducting compliance audit on the prevention and handling of forest and land fires;
4.       Developing recommendation  in relations with compliance audit in order to prevent the forest and land fires;
5.       Developing the roadmap on the development of Police Officers and Attorneys who have the capacity in handling natural resources and environment cases.
 
 
 
 
II.                  REQUIREMENTS FOR EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
 
I. Academic Qualifications:
·         Master’s degree in Law, with 10 years of experience in Environmental Law, having experience working on the issues of environmental management.
II. Years of experience:
·         Experience in managing and conducting research on the issues of environmental law;
·         Experience in working on the legal draft for amendment in regards with environmental law;
·         Ability to produce (bilingual – Bahasa Indonesia and English) written material, targeting a wide-range of stakeholders;
·         Experience in handling differences and similarities of a wide range of social groups;
·         Sound experience in managing programs and building national and international networking.
 
III. Competencies:
Corporate Competencies:
·         Demonstrates integrity by modelling the UN's values and ethical standards;
·         Promotes the vision, mission, and strategic goals of UNDP;
·         Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability; and
·         Treats all people fairly without favouritism.
Functional Competencies:
Knowledge Management and Learning:
·         Promotes knowledge management in UNDP and a learning environment in the office through leadership and personal example; and
·         Actively works towards continuing personal learning and development in one or more practice Areas, acts on learning plan and applies newly acquired skills.
·         Development and Operational Effectiveness:
·         Ability to conceptualise issues and analyse data;
·         Ability to coordinate the work of others;
·         Ability to implement new systems (business side), and affect staff behavioural/attitudinal change;
·         Good knowledge of Results Management Guide and Toolkit; and
·         Ability to demonstrate good knowledge on Climate Change and/or REDD+ issues.
·         Management and Leadership:
·         Builds strong relationships with clients, focuses on impact and result for the client and responds positively to feedback;
·         Consistently approaches work with energy and a positive, constructive attitude;
·         Demonstrates openness to change and ability to manage complexities;
·         Leads teams effectively and shows mentoring as well as conflict resolution skills; and
·         Demonstrates strong oral and written communication skills.
 
Other Requirements:
·         In addition to the scope and output stated above, the incumbent will be required to undertake other ad hoc tasks that may arise during the contract period. These tasks should not impede on the incumbent’s ability to meet contractual obligations/deliverables.
·         All materials and other intellectual property produced while working under contract including, but not limited to, documents, presentations, white papers, photographs and other media, will remain the property of the REDD+ Taskforce and are required to be submitted to WG Coordinator for archiving.
·         This assignment will require extensive communications with stakeholders from different locations and in different circumstances and, with this in mind, it may be necessary to accommodate some irregular working hours.
 
 
III.                EXPECTED RESULTS
 
1.       The evaluation of existing concept related to the Attorneys and Police Officers who have the capacity in handling the issues of environment and natural resources and its relationship with the prevention and eradication of forest destruction;
2.       The new concept related to the Police Officer and Attorneys who have the capacity in handling the issues of environment and natural resources;
3.       Report on the compliance audit on the prevention and handling of forest and land fires;
4.       Report and recommendation in relations with compliance audit in order to prevent the forest and land fires;
5.       The roadmap on the development of Police Officers and Attorneys who have the capacity in handling natural resources and environment cases.
 
No
Deliverables
Due Date
1
The evaluation of the existing concept related to the Attorneys and Police Officers who have the capacity in handling the issues of environment and natural resources and its relationship with the prevention and eradication of forest destruction.
November 2014
2
The new concept related to the Police Officer and Attorneys who have the capacity in handling the issues of environment and natural resources.
December 2014
3
Report on the compliance audit on the prevention and handling of forest and land fires.
January 2015
4
Report and recommendation in relations with compliance audit in order to prevent the forest and land fires.
 
February 2015
5
The roadmap on the development of Police Officers and Attorneys who have the capacity in handling natural resources and environment cases.
 
March 2015
 
To fulfil his duties, the expert consultant will travel to Rokan Hilir, Kepulauan Meranti, Inderagiri Hilir, Dumai and Bengkalis (all of them are in Riau Province) to conduct audit in those areas. For each travel it is estimated that the expert will spend five days.

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UN Women Call for Proposal Qualitative Study Women’s Access to Justice in Papua

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UN Women is seeking research institution and or NGO as implementing partner to conduct " Qualitative Study on Women's Access to Justice in Papua". 

Please see the link for the TOR and related document :  http://procurement-notices.undp.org/view_notice.cfm?notice_id=18049

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