The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) hereby invites you to participate in a Call for Proposal for CSO/NGO to support Sulawesi/Lombok Programme for Earthquake and Tsunami Infrastructure Reconstructive Assistance (PETRA) Project, Support to Community Infrastructures Reconstruction for Livelihood Recovery in Sembalun Sub-District, East Lombok, West Nusa Tenggara.
UNDP aims to engage non-government organization (NGO) to implement the community-based program. Through the low value grant (LVGA), it aims to support community-based self-help initiatives, which may include income-generating activities designed to alleviate poverty, and to NGOs and community-based organizations involved with nature-based solutions, climate change actions, gender equality and poverty eradication activities.
Project implementation adopted the UNDP’s Three Track approach. It guides the entry point in identifying, prioritizing, planning, and implementing interventions based upon analysis of the scope of crisis and local context. Track A programming responds to the urgent needs of crisis-affected groups with interventions to help stabilize livelihoods. Track B programming focuses on medium- to long-term local economic recovery, including interventions to boost sustainable employment, income generation, and reintegration (where required). Track C programming focuses on long-term employment creation and inclusive economic growth.
To achieve targeted program output in reconstructing community infrastructure to support livelihood recovery in Lombok, there are activities need to be implemented as follows:
- Stakeholder engagement and community mobilization, by revisiting previously established institutional arrangement
- key stakeholders – at village and district levels – are consulted for the activity implementation plans; kick off activity
- coordination and consultation with communities to refresh previous community based-model of reconstruction work including identification of construction workers and materials on sites.
- Preliminary design and planning for the reconstruction of extended irrigation canal sections
- scoping report of available skilled and unskilled laborers in the surrounding area, and developed mechanism to engage those resources for construction work;
- furnish guidelines for managing the activity implementation and maintenance of reconstructed facilities to be used as capacity building material for village government and community in the reconstruction;
- preparation of hand-over mechanism of targeted infrastructures to local government.
- Reconstruction of extended targeted community infrastructures to support livelihood recovery
- Preliminary detail engineering design (DED) of the targeted community infrastructures consulted with PETRA resident engineer
- Reconstruction of extended irrigation canal Canal Bawak Nao Daya in Sajang village and Irrigation Canal Dayan Rurung Timuk in Sembalun Bumbung village.
- Conducting participatory monitoring/ joint inspection involving local government stakeholders and community members.
Location: Sajang Village, Sembalun Sub-District, East Lombok District
The grant recipient (civil society or non-governmental organization) with experiences in:
- At least 3 years or more of work experience in the area of collaborative management of community development, livelihood, local development planning and stakeholder coordination in rural areas. The proposal shall include structure of Team Leader and members and their background and areas of expertise.
- At least 3 years experiences working with the Government of Indonesia on related key issues of WASH, environment, disaster management, or economic/livelihood development would be an advantage
For more information, visit https://procurement-notices.undp.org/view_notice.cfm?notice_id=78685