Green and Inclusive Energy Programme: Seeking Concept Notes from Non-Energy Organisations
Deadline: 20 July 2018
Hivos is currently seeking Concept Notes from Non-Energy Organisations for its Green and Inclusive Energy Programme with an aim to not only support civil society organizations (CSOs) in East Africa that are working to address the aforementioned issues but to also include organizations in other sectors, including but not limited to gender, health and media organizations and other sectors.
The purpose of this is to build the capacity of non-energy organizations, to enable them to be able to participate in and contribute to the energy transition. This is achieved by working to build the selected organization’s capacity to articulate energy issues and to link them to their day to day work in order to reach more stakeholders, in the endeavor to shift towards greener and more inclusive energy options and policies.
This particular call for concepts is focusing on Kenya and Tanzania.
- A Kenyan or Tanzanian organisation of medium to large size.
- Proven track in advocacy, including evidence of influencing policies and working in a multi-stakeholder approach.
- Strong networks with government are also necessary. In addition, Hivos is looking for organizations that take an innovative approach in reaching out to stakeholders including the government, CSOs, private sector and citizens.
- The selected organization will be expected to collaborate not only with Hivos, but also with their other partners in the programme. Because the organization is not primarily an energy organization, Hivos does not expect intimate knowledge of the energy sector and renewable energy; however any experience in this sector would be a plus.
How to Apply
Applications should be in English and submitted at the address given on the website.
Eligible Countries: Kenya and Tanzania
For more information, please visit Green and Inclusive Energy Programme.