Call for Proposals: Impact Assessment Study of the GreenWorks program

November 10, 2021

The following Call for Proposals include the Terms of Reference (ToR) for the independent external midterm evaluation and Impact Assessment Study of the LEAD project GreenWorks.

We invite legal entities (a legally recognized institution, organization, consultancy firm or group of researchers) from Egypt, Tunisia or the EU zone to apply. The main indicator to be assessed is the number of jobs created as a result to the project activities. Those interested are invited to submit their application no later than December 8th 2021 by email to

Terms of Reference for the Impact Assessment Study of GreenWorks (pdf)

You can find a detailed description of the program’s objectives, activities and expected outcomes in the ToR. There, you’ll also find information about the purpose of the assessment, eligibility criteria and the program’s M&E framework.

Those interested are required to submit:

(1) a two pages letter of interest

(2) a budget,

(3) supporting documents indicating the relevant experience of the applicants.

The format of the Letter of Interest and type of supporting documents are indicated in details under the “How to Apply” section in this Call. Shortlisted applicants will be invited for an interview before the selection is concluded. In case applicants request additional information, Hivos shall work on providing them expeditiously, but any delay in providing such information will not be considered a reason for extending the submission date of your application. For any queries you may write to

About GreenWorks

The GreenWorks program is developed by Hivos, a Netherlands-based NGO, and implemented in collaboration with various local partner organizations across the North Africa region (Algeria, Tunisia and Egypt).

GreenWorks aims to contribute to climate change adaptation by creating sustainable business and job opportunities for more than 9000 young women and men in the green economy in North Africa. The Alliance aims to achieve this by 1) sourcing innovative market- based solutions within the digital & green economies; 2) building the capacities of local intermediaries (BDSOs and employability hubs) to support their job creation and private sector development activities; 3) activating the growth potential of local enterprises (upscaling); 4) strengthening future-proof skills among young people (upskilling) and tackling the mismatch between supply and demand in local labour markets (matchmaking).