Islamic Development Bank Job Consultants for Kafala Orphan Program In Aceh, Indonesian

The Islamic Development Bank (IDB) Group is a Multilateral Developmental Institution comprising 57 member countries. IDB was founded in 1975 with the purpose of fostering the economic development and social progress of member countries and Muslim communities individually as well as jointly, in accordance with the principles of Shari'ah financing.

In December 2014, IDB Group established its Country Gateway Office (CGO) in Indonesia. The CGO facilitates and galvanizes the cooperation of IDB Group with all the stakeholders in Indonesia including the Government, private sector, academia, civil society, and development partners, and serves as a single access point for all the products and services offered by the IDB Group.

In the aftermath of the Tsunami, the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) and the Islamic Development Bank (IDB) worked together to launch a campaign to pool resources from donors for safeguarding child victims of the Tsunami. As a result, the OIC-IDB Kafala Orphan Program was initiated in 2006.

The main objective of the program is to support orphans in Aceh by providing financial aid to them. Since 2006, more than 18,500 orphans have gained benefits from the program, more than 1,000 is being replaced annually for annual orphans’ quota of 5,310. The project is being implemented by three locally contracted Program Implementation Agencies (PIAs) namely; Baitul Mal Muamalat (BMM); Pertubuhan Keadilan Peduli Umat (PKPU); and Rumah Zakat Indonesia.

IDB CGO Indonesia is now seeking the services of Consultant(s) who will comprehensively assess and evaluate the program in preparation for the handing over of the project to IDB CGO Indonesia office.