Deadline: October 15, 2022
The Finance for Jobs (F4J) Project is a Ministry of Finance (MoF) program funded by the World Bank and implemented by DAI. It has been implemented over five years, with the overarching objective of mobilizing private investment to create employment opportunities in the West Bank and Gaza. One of the key project components is the Investment Co-Financing Facility (ICF), which aims to address market failures and build a pipeline for employment-focused private sector investments, creating employment opportunities and increasing their quality.
To ensure compliance of the shortlisted proposal with F4J requirements, the F4J needs to hire short-term Individual business consultants in the West Bank and Gaza to carry out business plans for several ICF Shortlisted Sub-Projects.
The final business plan will be integral to the due diligence process requirements.
Project Brief – including Project business model
Market analysis (market size, market trend, market share, competitor analysis, customer analysis, price benchmarks, etc.)
4. Marketing Plan
Market Segment and Market Target
Market Positioning strategy and Marketing mix
Resources requirements (Installation, facilities/equipment)
Operations and processes
Suppliers and supply chain outlook
The workforce management plan, including a staffing plan and key job responsibilities
Projected income statement, Projected cash flow statement, Projected balance sheet
Financial Feasibility Analysis Indicators
Readiness assessment (Operation, finance, and legal compliance)
Market and Institutional failures facing the project
Socio-economic impact of the project
Job Creation Analysis – Direct & Indirect.
Risk Assessment Matrix
Gap financing analysis
The rationale for requesting the grant
The applicant should have the following:
The expected level of effort for each sub-projects business plan will be a maximum of 25 working days.