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IC/UNDP/IFL/002/2022/Junior Consultant – Gender and Public Finance Consultant – National Consultant
Procurement Process :IC - Individual contractor
Office :UNDP Country Office - INDONESIA
Deadline :09-Feb-22
Posted on :21-Jan-22
Reference Number :87394
Link to Atlas Project :
00136726 - Joint SDG Fund Accelerating SDGs Investments (ASSIST)
Documents :
Anex II
Procurement Notice
Anex III
ToR Anex I
Overview :


The Government of Indonesia (GoI) has committed to address climate change including risks and vulnerabilities that could have implications to the national development agendas. Up to now, GoI has enacted several climate change policies, i.e RAN-GRK, RAN-API, and NDC. To finance the climate change actions, the government has to ensure that it not only has adequate funding but also to track and monitor the results of the programmes it implements. In addition to addressing the direct challenge of climate change, the GoI also needs to overcome the differential impact of climate change on gender. In Indonesia and other developing countries, many women work in the informal sector who depend on agricultural and plantation products. The changing climate increased the risk of natural disasters such as floods, heat waves and long droughts, which will be a high risk for women because they will lose their livelihoods.


During the two RPJMN periods, climate change and gender mainstreaming (PUG) have been defined as development strategies that are cross-sectoral. It is hoped that the implementation of PUG integration into the government planning and budgeting cycle can encourage the allocation of development resources to be more effective, accountable and fair in providing benefits to all Indonesian citizens, both men and women.


As an effort to improve the accountability and track the budget allocations, the budget tagging system is needed. Several thematic budget tagging themes are gender-responsive budget (ARG) with code (003), climate mitigation budget (004) and climate adaptation (007).


Since 2014, the Innovative Financing Lab, UNDP Indonesia began to support the Ministry of Finance through Sustainable Development Financing Project, to integrate climate change into the planning and budgeting system and there has been significant success in reforming public financial management systems to track climate related expenditures as well in strengthening budget formulation to consider cost and benefits in the context of climate change. This program will continue to focus on climate change as the entry point into budget reform given the existing relationships and gathering political momentum and integrate a concern with gender equality, as well as poverty and human rights into these climate related reforms. In addition, building on existing partnerships and on the experience of supporting budget reforms, UNDP also supported the Ministry of Finance and Ministry of Women Empowerment and Child Protection in integrating a gender responsive climate change budgeting. This was a crucial move as climate change disproportionally affects women.


Based on the successful experience, UNDP Indonesia aims to continue expand activities aimed to support gender responsive climate change budgeting, public climate budget-related issues and is currently seeking a junior consultant to support the Sustainable Development Financing (SDF) Project. 


The consultant is expected to assist the following activities in completing the assignments:


Gender responsive climate budgeting support:

  • Coordinate development of gender responsive climate budgeting programmes (knowledge products/media communications, concept notes, administrative);
  • Coordination of gender responsive climate budgeting activities between the key stakeholders.
  • Collect updated information on gender responsive climate budgeting, data management, analytical review, and result construction.
  • Assess potential line ministries which potentially implementing gender responsive climate change programmes
  • Draft reports based on the successful implementation of gender responsive climate budgeting as part of project pipeline and recommendation to further improve the programme.
  • Prepare partnerships materials associated with innovation, gender responsive climate budgeting, climate budget tagging (i.e., PowerPoint presentations, brochures, video, handbook, infobrief, etc.) as needed.
  • Manage the implementation of gender responsive climate budgeting activities at national and sub-national level.


Country:  Indonesia

Description of the assignment: Junior Consultant – Gender and Public Finance Consultant – National Consultant


Project name/UN Agency: Sustainable Development Financing (SDF) Project/Innovative Financing Lab (IFL)

Period of assignment/services :  110 working days within 6 months

Proposal should be submitted by email to no later than 9 February 2022  at 17.00 GMT (+7).

Any request for clarification must be sent in writing to:  cc. which will be responded in writing or by standard electronic mail and will send written copies of the response, including an explanation of the query without identifying the source of inquiry, to all




Interested individual consultants must submit the following documents/information to demonstrate their qualifications:


1. Technical Proposal:

(i) Explaining why they are the most suitable for the work

(ii) Provide a brief methodology on how you will approach and conduct the work


2. Financial proposal

3. Filled out and duly signed P11 with referees

4. Copy of Educational Certificate




  • Lump sum contracts

The financial proposal shall specify a total lump sum amount, and payment terms around specific and measurable (qualitative and quantitative) deliverables (i.e. whether payments fall in installments or upon completion of the entire contract). Payments are based upon output, i.e. upon delivery of the services specified in the TOR.  In order to assist the requesting unit in the comparison of financial proposals, the financial proposal will include a breakdown of this lump sum amount (including travel, per diems, and number of anticipated working days).



Procurement Notice 






  1. Only selected candidate will be notified.
  2. The selected candidate will be required to provide additional personal information i.e. reference check, release letter (for government official employee only), full medical check up for consultant above 65 years’ old who will be required to travel.
  3. UNDP encourage women and disabled candidates to apply.
  4. Selected candidate must demonstrate commitments to promote gender equality.  Behavior demonstrating discrimination (sex, race, national origin, ethnicity etc.), harassment, sexual exploitation and abuse, mobbing, abuse of authority, retaliation, exclusion/isolation and so on will not be tolerated.