The study is a collaboration between three development partners, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI), German Corporation for International Cooperation GmbH (GIZ). For the purpose of tender, the objectives of the study will be divided over three different Requests for Proposals (RFP) and managed by the separate development partners. This RFP only includes the objectives covered by UNDP, comprising outputs 1 and 5.
While the RFP for this assignment for five outputs are divided into three organizations, it is desirable for one consulting firm/organization to be appointed to implement and collaborate with the three organizations for the full task. Such a single consulting firm/organization would still be expected to apply for the three separate RFP from development partners.
- To provide the recommendations for the budgetary policy framework and its enabling environment, supporting the overall objectives of Indonesia’s climate fiscal policy;
- To elaborate on the role of fiscal tools and market mechanism towards managing climate finances to ensure sustainability of economic growth;
- To provide a government approach that broadly engages all relevant stakeholders, including the private sectors, in the mobilizing and managing climate change finance;
- Contribute to the integration of fiscal policy, SDGs commitment, NDC, RPJMN, and climate change, and provide the GoI with insights and tools to integrate Indonesia’s climate change development objectives;
- To identify institutional weaknesses and skill gaps with recommendations for enhancing the government’s capacity which eventually will equip them to develop long term financing plans for adversities emanating from climate change.
- An assessment and identification of the demand and supply side of climate fiscal funds (expenditures vis-à-vis revenue or existing finance respectively) and their allocation to the concerned NDC’s priority sectors, aligned with the country’s visions and goals, its NDC 2030 commitments, climate related SDGs, RPJMN 2020 – 2024, and strategic plans of key ministries;
- Identification of climate related and estimation of short-, medium-, and longterm financing requirements across government ministries related to climate change activities;
- Identification of financing gaps and preferred modalities for delivering further sources of public sector financing investment and supporting non-fiscal (NDC sectoral priority) policies;
- Identification of an enabling environment for private finance flows and alternative blended financing mechanism for public and private fund for the NDC priority sectors;
- A governance framework including policy coordination mechanisms, monitoring and evaluation systems for climate change funding under the national climate change fiscal framework.
Qualification of the organization/company
- Has experience in developing and conducting study related to public finance, climate financing, and fiscal framework, at least 5 prior projects within the last 10 years;
- Has strong understanding of Indonesia’s governmental framework, including climate change policy and related regulation in Indonesia;
- Demonstrated knowledge of the international/national climate finance modalities and procedures, including requirements and guidelines;
- Has experience in working together with the Ministry of Finance, BAPPENAS, and the Ministry of Environment and Forestry, is highly desirable;
- Experience and expertise in engaging governments and private sector, and designing/implementating multi-stakeholder engagement process leading to broad-based consensus and support;
- National experts in the consulting team.
- Registered company/institution/organization with valid business license.
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