World Bank seeks Indonesia PPP advisers

The World Bank has issued a request for expressions of interest for consultants to devise a PPP screening strategy for the Indonesian government.

Advisers will support the bank and Indonesia's Ministry of National Development Planning in selecting criteria for the screening of PPPs, develop methodology to rank and prioritise projects and deliver a final report with guidelines for 42 pre-identified projects.

As part of the World Bank team, the winning firm will also conduct four one-day workshops to showcase the adopted methodology to potential stakeholders.

The World Bank intends to finance the assignment.

Consultants have until 11 January to express interest.