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Consultancy: technical assistance - risk financing

World Bank, the (WB)

Selection No 100018189 , Local government capacity to manage natural disaster risks in the Philippines - risk financing component.

Selection of consultants for the World Bank

Assignment Overview

The World Bank intends to finance the assignment/services described below under a trust fund from Track II of the Global Facility for Disaster Reduction and Recovery. The services will focus on the Risk Financing component of the technical assistance and will include:
(a) taking stock of the studies/initiatives related to risk financing in the Philippines;
(b) consulting with stakeholders to determine the needs at the national and local levels; and
(c) formulating a risk financing strategy for the Philippines.
After undertaking the basic analytical work, the consultant is expected to assess feasible options for risk financing that can be applied across levels of the Philippine Government. The assignment will cover a period of six months. Extension of the work is subject to the outcomes of the study.

Consultant will be a firm or consortium

Relevant Qualifications

1. Interested consultants should provide information showing that they are qualified in the field of assignment.
2. Interested consultants should provide information on the technical and managerial capabilities of the firm.
3. Interested consultants should provide information on their core business and years in business.
4. Interested consultants should provide information on the qualifications of key staff.




 
 

    Philippines

  • Additional location info Pasig City, Metro Manila
  • Closing Date 31 Jul 2008

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