Yayasan Plan International Indonesia calling for SAFE Seas Developing SOP for Fisher Center

 Dear Potential Candidate,


Yayasan Plan International Indonesia (Plan Indonesia) is implementing a four year (December 2017-November 2021) Safeguarding against and Addressing Fishers’ Exploitation at Sea Project (SAFE Seas Project) with funding from United States Department of Labor (DOL). SAFE Seas’ objective is to combat forced labor in fishing vessels in Indonesia and the Philippines. By the end of the project, SAFE Seas expects to contribute to the reduction of forced labor and human trafficking (FL/TIP) on fishing vessels in Indonesia and the Philippines. The project has two intended outcomes: the first is to improve enforcement on combat labor exploitation including FL/TIP on fishing vessels; and second is to decrease indicators of forced labor. To achieve the objective, Plan will work closely with various actors who deal with FL/TIP and fishery industry issues.


At the national and local level, Plan Indonesia will work with ministries, agencies, organizations that provide support services to fishers and their families, and local governments as well as civil society organizations and communities. Plan will also engage with the private sector in order to seek their cooperation in complying with international anti-trafficking regulations. Plan will actively involve fish workers, both individually and collectively as members of fish worker unions, to combat FL/TIP. At the global level, Plan will engage other international organizations, which have experience working on FL/TIP issues to work on solutions.


Implementing the SAFE Seas Project, SAFE Seas established two Fishers Centers in September 2019 as part of strategy to strengthen community-based mechanism to protect fish workers from labor exploitation, forced labor, and human trafficking. The center act as a point of service for fishers to report grievances related to violations of their rights including forced labor and human trafficking onboard fishing vessels and provide access to referral services (legal, psychological and social). The centers also provide information and educational materials related to workers’ protection and rights for Fishers. The SAFE Seas Fishers Centers are located 2 at Destructive Fishing Watch (DFW) office in Bitung City, North Sulawesi Province and Tegal City, Central Java Province.


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The proposal can be sent electronically through the email: yayasan.procurement@plan-international.org and mentioning the code: [PROCSAFESeasProject_SOPFISHERCENTER]  in the email subject on 04 September 2020 at 17.00 WIB.


Shortlisted applicant will be contacted and scheduled for follow up interview in any dates between 07 – 11 September 2020


Thank you.


Procurement Unit

Yayasan Plan International Indonesia - Country Office

Menara Duta Building 2nd Floor Wing D

Jl. H.R. Rasuna Said Kav. B-9 Kuningan

Jakarta Selatan 12910, Indonesia


Tel: +6221 522 9566 | Fax: +6221 522 9571

Email: yayasan.procurement@plan-international.org





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