SNV is looking for Facilitator to support NA & Raperda Perumda PALD Kota Bandar Lampung




Consultancy Service for Facilitation of Regional Regulation Preparation for Perumda PALD in Bandar Lampung City

August – November 2023




SNV is a mission-driven global development partner working in more than 20 countries across Africa and Asia. Building on 60 years of experience and grounded in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, we work on the core themes of gender equality and social inclusion, climate adaptation and mitigation, and strong institutions and effective governance. Together with our team of over 1,600 people, our mission is to strengthen capacities and catalyse partnerships that transform the agri-food, energy, and water systems, which enable sustainable and more equitable lives for all.


SNV understands safe urban sanitation and hygiene services as a pre-condition for health and economic development in cities. With urban growth in Indonesia averaging 4.4% a year (World Bank, 2016), a failure to invest in urban sanitation will become a barrier for almost any development. Access to sanitation is a human right and governments are the duty bearers of progressive realisation of this right. With the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Indonesia’s government has committed to work towards universal access of safely managed sanitation services and improved hygiene.


Through its DGIS-funded WASH SDG programme, SNV supports local governments of Bandar Lampung & Metro Cities in Lampung Province and Tasikmalaya City in West Java Province to achieve sustainable and inclusive city-wide sanitation service in their area. In partnership with national and government counterparts, the WASH SDG programme aims to improve the way human waste is managed by addressing the entire sanitation chain and answering different needs among the population with appropriate and sustainable service delivery models.



Rationale between the WASH SDG and the ToR


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Urban Sanitation and Hygiene for Health and Development (USHHD) is SNV’s comprehensive approach for area-wide sanitation and hygiene services. The USHHD approach is comprised of five complementary components supported by knowledge and learning as illustrated in the diagram. One of the components is WASH governance regulations and enforcement. This is an approach to strengthen Local Governance or institutions in urban sanitation governance.

The specific objectives of the WASH SDG’s Governance component are 1) strengthen the capacity of Local Government in managing existed resources to achieve the sustainable safely managed sanitation; 2) provide Support for the Local Government in strengthen the regulation related safely wastewater management in 3 cities; and 3) provide support for the integration of sanitation planning to regional planning. This ToR is prepared to give support for goals no. 1 and 2, to strengthen the capacity of the wastewater operator in the city through the preparation of a regional regulation draft.


Purpose and Scope of Works

Based on the regulatory review (SNV, 2022), it is necessary to provide a legal basis for domestic wastewater operators in Bandar Lampung City, namely BUMD PALD in the form of Perumda. One of the reasons for the importance of preparing this regulation is because as a domestic wastewater manager in Bandar Lampung City, PD Kebersihan Tapis Berseri does not yet have a legal basis governing its duties as a domestic wastewater manager.


To support this transformation process, SNV accompanies support for the preparation of an academic paper and a draft of regional regulation to be accommodated in regional legislation programs 2024 (which should be submitted this year to the Legal department). The new regional regulation regarding Perumda PALD is expected to be issued in 2024 and become the legal basis for the sustainability of the management of domestic wastewater and Bakung IPLT in Bandar Lampung City, as well as for BUMD to be able to achieve its objectives (In accordance with PP 54/2017 Article 7) namely:

  1. Provide benefits for the regional economic development of Bandar Lampung City;
  2. Organizing public benefits in the form of providing quality goods and/or services to fulfill the needs of the community according to the conditions, characteristics and potential of the Bandar Lampung City based on good corporate governance; and
  3. Earning profit.


Within the context of the WASH SDG programme, the purpose of this work is to provide consultancy service in preparing the academic paper and regional regulation draft for Perumda PALD in Bandar Lampung City. The academic paper is a manuscript resulting from research or legal studies and other research results on a particular problem, which can be scientifically justified for arrangement in draft laws, draft provincial or district/city regional regulations, as a solution to problems and legal needs of the community.


Scope of works of the consultant will include:

  1. Conduct a review of the legal basis currently used, data collection, identify problems and the need for regulation in the academic text to be prepared.
  2. Conduct theoretical studies and empirical practices including theoretical studies, studies on principles/principles, studies on implementation practices, existing conditions and problems encountered, as well as studies on regulatory implications.
  3. Evaluate and analyze related laws and regulations.
  4. Describe the philosophical, sociological and juridical basis.
  5. Design the scope and direction of the arrangement as well as the scope of the material.
  6. Prepare the draft regional regulation.
  7. Present the academic paper and draft of regulation and discuss them with the relevant regional apparatus.
  8. Finalize the academic paper and draft regional regulation based on the results of discussions with the relevant regional apparatus.
  9. Prepare summary report in Indonesian and English, which describes the process of carrying out the work, constraints and suggestions for follow-up (setting regulations, the need for technical regulations, etc.).
  10. Coordinating with the City Coordinator and related advisors in carrying out a series of activities in the city and the work progress.



Meeting Plan

Consultant Qualifications

Consultant can be 1 individual consultant or as a team of 2 experts, has the following minimum qualifications:

  • At least 5 years of experience in the field of law, more specifically the process of preparing regional regulations.
  • Advanced degree in related field (legal studies).
  • Experienced in preparing academic papers and draft regional regulations, preferably in the city of Bandar Lampung.
  • Excellent communication skills oral and written to prepare reports and documentation on work implementation.
  • Fluent in Indonesian and good level of English (written and oral).
  • Be a good team player, able to work constructively with colleagues.


Contract Duration

From 1st Week of September to 2nd week of November 2023, 35 days over the period.


Deliverables and terms of payment

Payment will be made in IDR to the agreed account against delivery of milestones, as follows:


Reporting Line

Throughout the consultancy process, the consultant will coordinate with and be supervised by SNV Governance Advisor on the governance aspect. The consultant will report to SNV’s Project Manager, who will approve and verify that the deliverables are in line with SNV’s standard.


BUDGET Arrangement

The consultancy fee, activities, and travel cost will be covered by SNV. The applicants should attach detailed budget for the whole fee and activities. The payment under SNV’s contract will be made in lumpsum basis according to the agreed payment terms. SNV will arrange travel and cover accommodation and transportation costs as per SNV policy.


How to apply

The applicants must submit technical proposal, budget, portfolio, and CV of team members via email to Christina ( with subject “Regulatory Preparation in Bandar Lampung”, no later than 27th August 2023.