KWALITEITSPORTAAL directory van bronnen en experts voor NGO's

Bent u op zoek naar nuttige hulpmiddelen voor uw werk op het gebied van gender of het milieu? Wilt u uw monitoring & evaluatie-instrumenten delen met andere NGO's? U heeft zojuist samengewerkt met een financieel managementdeskundige en wilt hem graag aanbevelen bij anderen? Bent u op zoek naar een risicomanagementconsultant? U wilt aanbestedingen voor uw programma's of evaluaties publiceren? ACODEV Kwaliteitsportaal koppelt de kwaliteitseisen van CSO aan de bestaande expertise.


WAPA International

Type contract : Services Market Trefwoorden : Évaluation

En 2022, en collaboration avec son partenaire local le BVES, WAPA International a démarré la mise en œuvre du programme de développement « Stop Enfants Soldats », cofinancé par la DGD.  De concert avec son partenaire, WAPA aimerait réaliser une évaluation mi-parcours du programme quinquennal 2022-2026, dans le respect de la législation édictée par le bailleur DGD. Le lecteur trouvera ci-dessous les termes de références (TDR) à l’intention des potentiels prestataires en évaluation externe.

WAPA International asbl
WAPA – War-Affected People’s Association – lutte contre l’utilisation d’enfants dans les conflits armés et pour leur réintégration au sein de communautés renforcées.
Comment ? Dans les Suds, WAPA collabore avec des partenaires locaux dans des pays post-conflit ou en transition vers la paix et finance leurs programmes de réintégration. Au Nord, WAPA mène des campagnes de sensibilisation et de plaidoyer sur la problématique des enfants soldats afin de mettre fin à leur recrutement (prévention, démobilisation, réintégration) et organise des collectes de fonds.
Le BVES asbl
Le BVES - Bureau pour le Volontariat au service de l’Enfance et de la Santé - a pour mission de:
• surveiller la situation des droits des enfants
• prévenir les violations des droits des enfants
• mener du plaidoyer pour que les violations cessent
• assurer un accueil transitoire avec accompagnement psychosocial adéquat des enfants victimes des violations de leurs droits
• assurer une réinsertion familiale et communautaire durable de ces enfants
• susciter la création d’un environnement communautaire protecteur des droits de ces enfants
Le BVES est le principal acteur de terrain à posséder des CTO (centres de transit et d’orientation) dans la région qui nous concerne, et ce afin d’accueillir dans l’urgence les enfants sorti.e.s des groupes armés. Le BVES existait avant notre intervention, ce depuis 1992, et perdurera après notre départ.
La direction générale Coopération au développement et Aide humanitaire (DGD) défend les différents aspects de la Coopération belge au développement. La DGD relève de la compétence de la ministre de la Coopération au Développement.

Stuur uw bod eerder 29/10/2023
Methode voor het indienen van offertes : Via email


Type contract : Services Market Trefwoorden : Consultance

Practicalities of the call
The structure of this call is somewhat unique, in that it is a call for one or more consultant(s) to deliver three independent but interrelated trainings – hereafter referred to as ‘Outputs’ – for staff and members of EuroMed Rights. For each applicant, it remains within their discretion whether to apply to deliver one, two or three of the Outputs, depending on the expertise which they feel can be offered. Based on the applications received, a decision will be made by EuroMed Rights as to how best to choose the right consultant/combination of consultants to deliver this full package of trainings. The exact and ultimate timing of each of the Outputs will be negotiated with the consultant(s) to ensure that the schedule is amenable to all parties concerned.
All three sessions will take place online, and can be conducted in French or English (depending on the language preferences of the consultant(s) – there is no need for a uniformity of language across the three sessions as bi-lingual interpretation can be provided).   Dates for each session will be negotiated with the consultant(s) according to their availability, However; logically, the series of trainings would begin with the session “Output 1. Gender mainstreaming in human rights organisations” (see below), and this would ideally be planned for January 2024.
The timeline for the two following Outputs (Output 2. Intersectionality, and Output 3. Gender-sensitive budgeting) will be between February –  April 2024, subject to the agreed-upon preferences of the consultant(s) and EuroMed Rights.

Stuur uw bod eerder 20/10/2023
Methode voor het indienen van offertes : Via email


Type contract : Biens (et services connexes)



Oxfam-Solidariteit, hereafter Oxfam, non-governmental organization for humanitarian assistance and development cooperation launches an invitation to quote for proposals for the final evaluation of the project “Empowering communities to respond to conflict-induced protection risks and high food insecurity levels in six vast humanitarian crises.


The offer must be received by October 8th 2023. It has to be sent to

The IQ is structured as follows

1. Terms of reference

2. Submission procedure

3. Decision proceduret


This invitation to quote does not entail any obligation for Oxfam to make a purchase. This invitation should not be interpreted as a contract offer with your company and/or organization. No compensation can be claimed in case of non-acceptance of an offer or non-granting of a contract.

Terms of reference            

Summary of the evaluated project

Project title

Empowering communities to respond to conflict-induced protection risks and high food insecurity levels in six vast humanitarian crises.


Oxfam Belgique (grant signatory), Oxfam in Countries, 11 partner organisations (at field level).

Funded by

Directorate-general Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid (DGD)

Geographical coverage

Middle East: Yemen and the occupied Palestinian territory

Sahel: Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger

Great Lakes: the DRC

Project duration

5th October 2021 – 30 November 2023 (including a 2-month NCE).

Project budget

9,880,000 EUR

Evaluation budget

80,000 EUR

Officer in charge of the evaluation

Oxfam Belgium Humanitarian Lead

Evaluation reference group (TBC)

Oxfam Belgium Humanitarian Lead;

Institutional Partnership Manager (DGD);

Oxfam International Protection Advisor;

Oxfam International Protection and Hunger Policy Advisor;

1 focal point per country of implementation;

1 local partner representative per country of implementation.

The full consolidated project proposal will be shared with interested candidates.

Project background

Over the spring 2021, Oxfam Belgium and Oxfam International through the Global Humanitarian Team supported the development of multi-country Humanitarian Programmes that was submitted to the DGD on July 15th 2021 that had launched a “Protection financial framework”. For the first time, the Belgian Donor had attributed pre-identified envelopes to its 8 humanitarian partners. The Oxfam topline intervention had been discussed with the DGD prior to the final submission of the programme.


In line with DGD regulations, one final evaluation of the programme is required to justify the use of the funds. The evaluation report must be submitted to the administration within six months after the end of the action.


Stuur uw bod eerder 08/10/2023

Type contract : Services Market Trefwoorden : Évaluation


KIYO’s current five-year DGD programme (2022-2026) entitled “Empowering youth together globally” focuses on the development of quality learning environments that support youth in discovering and developing their talents and potential, in becoming aware of their rights and being able to claim them, and in actively shaping their own future and contributing to a more just and sustainable world.

In order to develop these quality learning environments around youth, KIYO supports local partner organizations in the partner countries in accompanying community actors that educate, train, support and accompany youth in formal, informal and non-formal education, in employability and in active citizenship. KIYO partners are local civil society organisations, of which at least one in each country is entirely youth-led. In Belgium, KIYO is directly implementing the programme with secondary schools and organisations working for, with and through youth (e.g. fourth pillar organisations) in a context that differs in a number of aspects from the context in the partner countries.

The programme is implemented in five countries: Belgium, Brazil, Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, and the Philippines. 


Given that both KIYO’s youth empowerment strategy - focusing on strengthening learning environments in different contexts - and KIYO’s partnership strategy - focusing on in-country and cross-country learning - are part of a broader international strategy, KIYO opts for one overarching evaluation approach in which mutual and shared learning will be the main focus and objective. KIYO therefore chooses for an assisted peer-to-peer self-evaluation as methodological approach to the mid-term evaluation of the Empowering youth together globally programme. The mid-term evaluation will consist of four key complementary and mutually reinforcing components:

- Assisted Peer-to-peer self-evaluation between the different KIYO country offices outside of Belgium
- Structured peer learning between KIYO partners from the different KIYO country programmes
- Assisted peer learning and/or peer-to-peer evaluation between KIYO and other organisations
- External evaluation of the Belgium programme, including peer learning with other organisations in Belgium and the partner countries

Learning questions: 

For the partner countries outside of Belgium: 

1) Does the partnership strategy of mutual and shared capacity development enable KIYO and the partners to work more effectively on youth empowerment?

2) Does the KIYO programme succeed in empowering youth by focusing on the development of quality learning environments and in capacitating community actors to sustain these learning environments?

3) Do youth empowered by the programme significantly contribute to empowering other youth not directly reached by the programme

For the programme in Belgium: 

4) To what extent do teachers, school teams, mentors and organizations working for, with and through youth in their class, school and organizational context succeed in creating a safe and stimulating environment in which youth can grow and be strengthened? Which factors play a role in this?

5) To what extent do youth who participate in Action4Rigths1 within and outside of the school context feel strengthened to let their voice be heard in society (school, home, community, …) and to take up a more active role? Which factors play a role in this?

Stuur uw bod eerder 08/10/2023
Methode voor het indienen van offertes : Via email


Type contract : Services Market Trefwoorden : Formation

Les OSC belges ont eu jusqu’à présent un accès limité aux instruments de financements de l’Union Européenne. De ce fait, il s’avère pertinent de renforcer les capacités et compétences des OSC membres d’ACODEV pour accéder à ce type de financement avec le but de diversifier l’origine des fonds et contribuer à la résilience des organisations. Pour répondre à ce besoin, ACODEV souhaite apporter un soutien à ses OSC membres en renforçant leurs compétences concernant les instruments de financement européens. Cet appel d’offre a donc pour objectif de sélectionner un prestataire de service afin de mettre en œuvre une formation en financements européens pour des personnes ayant un niveau débutant ou un niveau intermédiaire/confirmé.

Stuur uw bod eerder 28/09/2023
Methode voor het indienen van offertes : Via email