Climate Change is a global threat, but a proactive response can bring new opportunities to benefit communities and the economy. The Active Climate Change Citizenship for a Just Transition in South Africa Intervention (SA Climate Change Champs) encourages active citizens who can effectively participate in democratic processes to communicate with the government their needs and priorities for climate mitigation and adaptation, focusing on energy. In addition, the project aims to enable proactive, constructive and collaborative engagement by communities, women and youth in climate mitigation and adaptation.
The project, which is a four year long project which is currently early in its third year, is co-funded by the European Union and implemented by GreenCape, in partnership with the Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Freedom.
As part of this project, GreenCape is looking for a service provider to conduct a mid-term evaluation of the project progress to date and, by explaining why progress is happening or is not happening as planned, provide recommendations on how to improve the intervention during its residual duration in order to achieve the expected results, taking into account problems and opportunities.
- Coverage: Full implementation to date
- Project Evaluation period: March 2021 to February 2023
- Geographic scope: Eastern Cape, Northern Cape, and Western Cape South Africa
Access the full TERMS OF REFERENCE here —–> Mid-term Evaluation Audit (uploaded version)