World Bank Group

IDR. 557.200.000

May 08, 2023 – June 21, 2023


The BioCF-ISFL program is a funding initiative managed by the World Bank to support reducing greenhouse gas emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries (REDD+), and sustainable agriculture and improved land use planning, with the aim of promoting sustainable landscape management and reducing gas emissions from the forest and land use sectors, and improving alternative livelihood sources for communities thereby reducing pressure on natural forests and peatlands.

The BioCF-ISFL ER Program and specifically the J-SLMP are important catalysts for further implementation of natural resource management reforms. The J-SLMP is implemented in support of actions that contribute to achieving the emission reduction targets of the BioCF-ISFL program. Through the BioCF-ISFL, the Jambi government has committed to reducing 15 million tons of CO2e for 5 years or 3 million tons of CO2e per year by avoiding 10% of the forest cover lost annually through mitigation actions on deforestation, forest degradation, and land use change and implement sustainable natural resource management in practice.

In order to enhance the project team’s knowledge and understanding of the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of the BioCF J-SLMP project team at the national and sub-national levels, Penabulu Foundation as the J-SLMP work planning and monitoring and evaluation consultant will approach the assignment by using the methodology proposed by Weitz et al. through alignment of activities with the Theory of Change (ToC) and results framework and through synergizing activities in achieving the target of Project Development Objective (PDO) and Intermediate Results Indicator (IRI). During the assignment, we will assess the bi-directional interactions between the objectives of J-SLMP and achieved targets in three components. Penabulu Foundation will help the project team reflect on the process of consolidating and evaluating the Annual Work Plan (AWP) 2023, using Important Performance Analysis (IPA), assist sub-national implementation agencies in the development of roadmaps to ensure the achievement of target indicators (PDO and IRI), and helping participants to be able to identify potential work plans in 2024 and beyond. Through this approach, it is expected to improve coordination and consolidation of project teams at the national and sub-national levels in implementing projects and achieving project targets.


This program is supported by the Word Bank Group, period May 08, 2023 –  June 21, 2023 with a total budget of IDR. 557.200.000, work location  in Jambi.