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WWF Afrique du Nord

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17 Février 2020 Il y a 2 ans

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Régions concernées par cette opportunité: Ariana et 24 autre(s) régions
Domaines concernées par cette opportunité: Environnement et 2 autre(s) domaines




WWF is conscious that the long-term success of the conservation activities it supports can only be reached through the active participation of local individuals, groups and organisations. Hence, WWF has decided to concentrate much of its effort in North Africa on helping build the capacity of grassroots and local environmental groups of the south of the Mediterranean as a contribution to the democratization processes initiated by the Arab spring results.

WWF participated in the first Libyan Civil Society Forum and had the chance to meet a group of eight Libyan environmental NGOs that confirmed their interest and willingness to work with WWF on building their capacities. Indeed, facing a challenging way to perform sustainable development in Libya, these newly emerging civil society organizations (CSOs) are called to be real change actors. In fact, CSO situation in Libya is promising with evolving several organization, though yet they need an appropriate enabling environment that allows a participatory decision-making processes.

The presence of professional and qualified NGOs that can reference themselves legitimately to local societies, that can represent and promote common interests such as the quality of the environment, that are able to bring a constructive input to political and governmental processes, is a crucial condition for the long term achievement of environmental conservation results and widespread environmental awareness.

In this context, WWF, office in Tunisia, along with its partners and with support of the EU, implemented during the years 2017 ,a Capacity Building Programme supported by the project « Enabling Libyan NGOs to shape the future of the New Libyan Democracy ». The project’s overall objective was to promote and strengthen a broad-based and inclusive civil society in Libya, mainly environmental NGOs, that are capable to represent common interests and to engage with communities and public authorities at different decision making levels.

The specific objectives of the project were:

  • Upgrade the capacity, establish good governance and support direct actions of Libyan NGOs working in the field of environment and sustainable development.
  • Develop a vibrant Libyan network of NGOs working in the field of environment that can represent the common interests of their communities and play an active and effective role in monitoring and influencing policies and development processes.
  • Establish contacts and promote dialogue between Libyan State actors and NGOs working in the field of environment and sustainable development.
  • Establish regional collaboration between Libyan, Tunisian and Moroccan NGOs working in the field of environment and sustainable development.
  • The project main results were expected to be:
  • A detailed overview (map) of national NGOs with a detailed description of their strengths and weaknesses and needs for building their capacity, and a description of the wider civil society movement in Libya.
  • Four capacity building modules related to NGO management and leadership and organizational development, participatory appraisal, facilitation techniques, community planning and design, conflict prevention and resolution, environmental and social impact assessment, fundraising skills and techniques, financial management for non-financial managers, communications, advocacy and campaigning and membership building, and Training for trainers modules for selected Libyan Trainers.
  • NGOs membership is doubled during the project period.
  • A functional network of NGOs is established in the country and fully contributing to the implementation of NGOs’ strategies and action plans related to environmental protection and biodiversity conservation.
  • 300 participants from NGOs from the country trained through workshops, meetings, E- learning modules and exchanges.
  • A strong and capable local project partner, with improved capacity to develop and implement actions in the fields of environmental protection and wildlife conservation, and capacity to coordinate and facilitate the work of the NGOs network.
  • 15 NGOs have a clear action plan and strategy appropriate to the current capacity of the NGOs and to be implemented over the following 3-5 years.
  • Selected Libyan trainers support NGOs in Libya and coordinate meetings between NGOs and Libyan actors.
  • Online platform/portal for the Libyan Environmental NGO ( a national web portal and E- learning modules)


The main objective of this mission is to deliver a project technical evaluation report related to all the activities of the project ELNLD implemented from 09.07.2017 to 08.07.2019.

The evaluation aims to determine the relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability of the project. Also, the evaluation will assess the level of achievement of the project’s against its objectives, the project design, the distribution of the budget among the components, the activities carried out, adaptation of project objectives and planned activities in response to changes in the context, methodological aspects and project management. It will also identify factors that have facilitated or hindered the achievement of objectives.

The evaluation will look at the following areas: Project management; project activities; and project impacts, It will address the results achieved, the partnerships established, as well as issues of capacity and approach used during the implementation;


The following key questions will guide the end of project evaluation:

  • Relevance – Assess design and focus of the project :
    • To what extent did the Project achieve its overall objectives?
    • What and how much progress has been made towards achieving the overall outputs and outcomes of the project.
    • To what extent were the results (impacts, outcomes and outputs) achieved?
    • Were the inputs and strategies identified, and were they realistic, appropriate and adequate to achieve the results?
    • Was the project relevant to the identified needs?
  • Effectiveness- Describe the management processes and their appropriateness in supporting delivery :
    • Was the project effective in delivering desired/planned results?
    • How effective were the strategies and tools used in the implementation of the project?
    • How effective has the project been in responding to the needs of the NGOs, and what results were achieved?
  • Efficiency – Of Project Implementation
    • Was the process of achieving results efficient? Specifically did the actual or expected results (outputs and outcomes) justify the costs incurred? Were the resources effectively utilized?
    • Could a different approach have produced better results?
    • How was the project’s collaboration with the other actors Government, national institutions, development partners,
    • How efficient were the management and accountability structures of the project?
    • How did the project financial management processes and procedures affect project implementation?
    • What are the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats of the project’s implementation process?
  • Sustainability
    • To what extent are the benefits of the projects likely to be sustained after the completion of this project?
    • Describe key factors that will require attention in order to improve prospects of sustainability of Project outcomes and the potential for replication of the approach?
    • How were capacities strengthened at the individual and organizational level (including contributing factors and constraints)?
    • Describe the main lessons that have emerged?
    • What are the recommendations for similar support in future?


The evaluation will cover all components of the project, including the following aspects related to project design and implementation. This section will serve as a guide for planning and conducting the evaluation.

  • Assessment of the level of achievement of the overall project objective, specific objectives and expected results of the project.
  • Evaluation of the project activities: their relevance, planning, design, participatory dimension, commitment of the beneficiaries, quality of their implementation and degree of results.
  • Evaluation of the institutional framework and the project management process: relevance, effectiveness, problems encountered, modifications made (if any).
  • Evaluation of stakeholders’ efforts to support the implementation of the project.
  • Identification of problems or challenges encountered during implementation, and solutions adopted (if solutions have been identified and / or adopted).
  • Description of key lessons learned in terms of activities, methodologies, implementation, institutions and others
  • Performance: aspects related to project management, including organization of coordination, organization of teams, skill sets required to meet challenges, management style and human resource management.
  • Impact, results and measurement of change against performance indicators.
  • General final assessment of the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency of the action based on the consultation and perception of beneficiaries of the action.


The project team of the project « Enabling Libyan NGOs to shape the future of the New Libyan Democracy shall guide and oversee the overall direction of the consultancy.

The evaluation will provide quantitative and qualitative data through the following methods:

  • Desk study and review of all relevant project documentation including project documents, annual work-plans, project progress reports , annual project reports, reports of the actions and meeting memo.
  • In depth interviews to gather primary data from key stakeholders using a structure methodology
  • On site interviews with the WWF team in Tunisia and other actors in Tunisia that had a role in the project, including the EU delegation;
  • Focus Group and workshop discussion with project beneficiaries ( Libyan NGOs) and other stakeholders/actors . A workshop/focus group will be organized for the objective.
  • Interviews with representatives of the NGOs and Governmental actors involved in the project and Online questionnaire using skype and other communication tools.
  • The target groups for this evaluation include the project partners including the Environmental General Authority, the Civil Society Commission, the Ministry of agriculture and lively hood, the EU Commission in Libya, Tunisian and Jordanian NGOs , the 21 Libyan NGOs project beneficiaries, the experts who provided services and trainers of the project ,


  • The duration of the service is foreseen to be 25-30 days as follows:
    • 5 days, desktop analysis for project documentation and reports and elaboration of the questionnaire for the interviews.
    • 5 days, visit to Tunisia in order to participate in the workshop evaluation and face to face meeting with the project team
    • 5 days, Interviews and getting feedback for the actors not present during the workshop.
    • 10 days, Interview analysis and writing reports
    • 5 days for comments and finalising recommendation
  • The indicative starting date in February and will be confirmed once the contract between WWF and the expert is signed.


Part of this mission will be implemented in Tunisia (Focus groups and meetings with the project team, EU Delegation of Libya and actors).


The expert will deliver:

  • All content and material developed for the mission that have to be:
    • Delivered on soft copies (Mail transfer and CD master copy)
    • Draft material shall be discussed and communicated sufficiently before the contract deadline;
    • All material and reports must comply with the visibility rules of the EU, see visibility manual
    • The report language will be in English.
    • https://ec.europa.eu/europeaid/sites/devco/files/communication_and_visibility_manual_en_0.pdf
  • Final report.


 All rights of copyright concerning the report produced by expert will remain the property of WWF and can only be used by the expert with appropriate attribution by WWF.


 Payments are based upon output, i.e. upon delivery of the services specified in the TOR. Payments will be issued upon certification of WWF Programme Manager. It is foreseen that the contract value will be paid upon submission and approval of final technical report and all required materials(annexes: minutes, photos, record, ect..) .

Critères d'éligibilité

  • A university academic qualification in the field of environmental sciences, social sciences, organization management, policy, sustainable development;
  • Minimum 7 years’ experience in project design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation;
  • Minimum 5 year experience in project management, monitoring and evaluation of project benefitting and/or implemented by civil society actors;
  • Fluent in spoken and written English; Arabic will be considered an advantage
  • Fluent in spoken and written English; Arabic will be considered an advantage
  • Good knowledge of Libyan and/or Maghreb region context (culture, politics, and geography).

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