Hivos received a grant agreement from the European Union (“Team EU”) for a program called ACTION – Active Citizens Building Solidarity and Resilience in Response to Covid-19. It will support vulnerable populations affected by the Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia for the coming two years.
Hivos and partners will target marginalized and high-risk populations in rural and urban areas in two phases. Phase one focuses on rapid response, such as health care, and water and sanitation systems. Phase two addresses the social and economic recovery phase. For example, providing these communities with job and skills training in the face of massive unemployment caused by the Covid-19 crisis.
Overall, the program will support essential health care, mental health services, water and sanitation systems, farming initiatives, employment and skills training, fundraising assistance, financial assistance assessment, as well as relevant public awareness campaigns.
The program will also help government at all levels to tackle the impacts of the pandemic and respond to emergency needs. Using a multi-sectoral approach, many parties will be involved, such as civil society, community organizations, government, and the private sector in fields ranging from health and social welfare, to governance, livelihoods, and food security.
Amongst the beneficiaries are people with disability, the elderly, women, children, youth, sexual and gender minorities, farmers, landless laborers, and micro and small-scale producers.
They program will be implemented in fives provinces: DKI Jakarta, West Java, Yogyakarta, West Nusa Tenggara, and South Sulawesi.
Join our procurement opportunities
Due to the current challenging condition of the Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia, the ACTION project is committed to keeping the case rate low. Therefore, we are currently seeking to collaborate with local Indonesian CBOs, SMEs, and producers in five areas to provide hand washing stations (read the general construction brief) to help local communities fight Covid-19. Should your company or business have supplies as mentioned below and would you like to join our procurement opportunity, please kindly submit your quotation to Ms Catharina Utami, email@example.com, and Ms Annissa Maulani, firstname.lastname@example.org no later than June 15, 2021.
We’re also reaching out to suppliers, CBOs, and SMEs who can support us with providing essential health care items for children with disabilities in our 5 working areas. Is your company or business able to supply the items mentioned in each of our procurement packs below and would you like to join our procurement opportunity, please kindly submit your quotation to Ms Catharina Utami, email@example.com, and Ms Annissa Maulani, firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 10 June 2021.