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Request For Proposal (RFP) “Tim Penyusunan dan Advokasi Rancangan Peraturan Menteri tentang Perlindungan Pekerja Rumahan dalam Akses Kerja Layak”

Closing Date
28 Mei 2018

The Australia-Indonesia Partnership for Gender Equality and Woman Empowerment (MAMPU) Program is a joint initiative by the Government of Indonesia (GOI), represented by the National Planning and Development Agency (BAPPENAS), and the Government of Australia, represented by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT).  MAMPU Program goal is to improve the access of poor women in Indonesia to essential GOI’s services and programs in order to achieve gender equality and women’s empowerment, and support the achievement the GOI’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) related to MAMPU program priorities. MAMPU Program focuses on improving GOI’s policies, regulations and services through partnership(s) between inclusive coalitions of civil society organizations and other institutions that are concerned with and committed to helping resolve gender issues in development

MAMPU and MAMPU partners in thematic area-2 “Improving conditions of employment and removing workplace discrimination”, Bina Rural Indonesia (BITRA Indonesia), Trade Union Right Center (TURC), Yayasan Annisa Swasti (YASANTI) and Mitra Wanita Pekerja Indonesia Indonesia (MWPRI), are assisting home-based workers to improve policy advocacy, recognition of their existence, improved access to health and safety services and decent working conditions while empowering home workers through organizing and capacity building on gender issues and decent work.

Indonesia Labor Law No. 13 Year 2003, has not explicitly acknowledged home workers. This has an impact on the non-regulation of employment mechanisms between home workers and employers, thereby creating a vulnerability to exploitation and no fair resolution opportunities in the event of a labor dispute. MAMPU partners encourage Ministry of Manpower to issue policies that provide protection on access to decent work for the home workers.

In response to this need, MAMPU is looking for an organization / ram of consultants that has the capacity and experience in developing a draft of ministerial regulation and developing strategy for advocacy.

Interested entities or individuals may refer to the following RFP and TOR for their proposal submission.

  1. Request for Proposal
  2. Proposal Format

Proposal must be submitted not later than 28 May 2018 by email to:

Clarifications should be requested by e-mail to MAMPU procurement: Ms. MT Arsi Nurwaskito, Email:


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