USAID’s five year “Adaptasi Perubahan Iklim dan Ketangguhan” (APIK) Project supports the Government of Indonesia to strengthen climate and disaster resilience, working in an integrated manner from the national level down to the regional and community levels. In support of this overall objective, APIK seeks to:
· Mainstream climate change adaptation (CCA) and disaster risk reduction (DRR) into national and sub-national governance frameworks;
· Build the capacity of local communities and the private sector to address climate change and weather-related natural hazards; and
· Support the use of information for climate and disaster risk management among key stakeholders.
At the subnational level, APIK seeks to build the capacity of local governments in East Java, Southeast Sulawesi, and Maluku to address CCA & DRR through planning and operations, public outreach, and the institutionalization of resilience-building practices in day-to-day activities. With a regional office located in the respective provinces, the Project works in targeted landscapes with the communities on the front lines of climate change and disaster resilience in the target districts to implement measures and link those measures to the relevant government processes in a holistic systems approach.
This STTA is aligned with APIK’s High Level Result 3 on community and private sector stakeholders implementing appropriate CCA and DRR measures, and APIK’s task 4 which is a strategy emphasizing engagement and mobilization of business associations and networks around shared risks in key economic sectors, such as the fishing industry in Maluku Islands or cocoa and rice production in South East Sulawesi. Specifically, APIK will support business participation in developing strategies and investments that strengthen local resilience to climate and disaster risks as well as facilitate business access to improved climate and weather information services. APIK will also use its Resilience Fund to encourage private sector involvement in projects and in developing products, technologies, and processes that communities and households can use to strengthen local climate resilience. This task will focus on understanding and documenting the economic impact of climate change on key economic sectors in in the target provinces, by conducting a survey for of existing assessments and determining key information gaps.
Objectives of the STTA on private sector engagement and economic analysis:
Private sector engagement:
1. To understand the impact of climate change has on social economic sectors including private sector in APIK’s working area.
2. To identify the key players on economic industry in APIK’s working areas that has interests and will be able to contribute in building climate resiliency for the communities.
3. To provide APIK’s team with private sector engagement strategy that will includes information of approaches to support the private sector in overcoming climate change impact within their industry.
4. To provide the Government of Indonesia and the private sector with evidence-based cases of investment in specific economic sectors that shows adaptation to climate change impact.
Social and Economic analysis:
1. To provide national policy makers and other relevant stakeholders in Indonesia with methods to identify and measure the positive and negative economic impacts in the nexus of urbanization and climate change in large-scale coastal areas and small islands of the APIK’s working area
2. To support APIK efforts in improving awareness and capacity of GoI in addressing the challenge of economic impacts of climate change.
Outputs expected of this STTA:
1. Roadmap strategy for private sector engagement in APIK’s working areas, which includes:
a. An analysis of the economic impacts of climate change in APIK’s working areas
b. Identification and prioritizing of sub-sectors vulnerable in APIK’s working areas.
c. Identification of key players within the private sectors.
d. Strategy of engagement
e. Identification of potential case studies of local initiatives to address the economic impact of urbanization and climate change in APIK’s working areas
2. Policy recommendations for advocacy on integrated development and spatial planning, budgeting and investment strategy through multi-stakeholder platforms including government, civil society, and private sector representatives.
3. Recommendation documents for APIK on socio-economic and landscape approaches for resilience, government and private sector engagement strategies.
1. Conduct stakeholder and existing assessments mapping to identify assets and gaps of economic impact analysis and private sector engagement.
2. Conduct assessment of economic impact of climate change in APIK’s working area.
3. Develop private sector engagement strategy and action plan for developing private sector partnerships.
4. Provide advice and inputs in identifying climate-economic action projects and their implementation.
5. Build and maintain engagement with key potential private sector actors nationally and locally.
6. Disseminate information from the economic impact assessment of climate change nationally and locally, and public advocacy.
Posting & Reporting Relationships
The Private sector engagement and economic analysis consultant is based in Jakarta with travel to APIK regional offices as assigned by his/her supervisor. The STTA will report to:
1. APIK’s Private sector advisor
2. Mercy Corps APIK’s point person.
And work in close collaboration with:
1. Mercy Corps’ economic advisor.
2. Mercy Corps’ ACCCRN regional manager.
The STTA consultant will conduct several key activities to achieve the above listed outputs:
1. Stakeholder mapping of local and national private sector actors that are engaged in APIK’s working areas.
2. Conduct assessment of economic impact of climate change, and identify and design evidence-based case studies for advocating for landscape based resilience strategy and climate adaptation investment.
3. Develop private sector engagement strategy and policy briefs from the economic impact of climate change assessment.
4. Disseminate information from the economic impact assessment of climate change nationally and locally, and public advocacy.
Please send your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org before 4 Mei 2017.
Mercy Corps Indonesia