Welcome to the Growing Youth Work Project

Helping organisations improve their Project Impact Assessment Capacity

The Project

Increasing and maintaining the quality of youth work across Europe is key to achieving the Youth Goals, and this can be done by ensuring youth organisations and youth workers are able to learn from each other by recognizing and sharing good practices of other European youth projects, increasing the quality of youth work, the skills, competences and understanding of youth workers.


Learn about our tool and impact assessment with trainings developed by our partners. If you click on the ECOURSE button we will take you right there! But you can always get to our tool with the click of our logo.

Take a look at our User Guide!

The GrowYOUth digital tool

The tool is an interactive, user-managed tool which allows youth workers and youth project coordinators to quantify the social, and environmental impacts of European funded projects and programmes.

Partners →

AMIS (Former European House) was founded 24/11/1994 with the aim to fight against the social exclusion of vulnerable people and groups. AMIS is working on a voluntary basis to develop better opportunities and inclusion for the most vulnerable groups and individuals

ENOROS Consulting Ltd was established in 2006 and has since been active in the field of Project Management in Cyprus and in the European area, providing comprehensive consulting services to the public and private sectors

Grundtvig Institute is a small and medium sized enterprise founded in 2020 and located in Budapest, Hungary. The organisation was established based on the philosophy of Nikolaj Frederik Severin Grundtvig to educate people

Tavo Europa is a non- governmental organization that focuses on building civil society and establishing the rule of law in Lithuania. The NGO is created to serve as an educational organization that gathers trainers, youth and social workers

Asociatia ALT 357 is a newly founded association that aims at supporting young people in the local community. The organization has no experience, but its members have a rich experience in programs such as Youth in Action, Erasmus+ and POSDRU