We fabricated (n) c-Si/ (p) GaAs heterojunctions, by combining low temperature () RF-PECVD for Si and metal organic vapor phase epitaxy for GaAs, aiming at producing hybrid tunnel junctions for Si/III-V tandem solar cells. The electrical properties of these heterojunctions were measured and compared to that of a reference III-V tunnel junction. Several challenges in the fabrication of such heterostructures were identified and we especially focused in this study on the impact of atomic hydrogen present in the plasma used for the deposition of silicon on p-doped GaAs doping level. The obtained results show that hydrogenation by plasma strongly reduces the doping level at the surface of the GaAs:C grown film. Thirty seconds of plasma exposition at 175°C are sufficient to reduce the GaAs film doping level from to at the surface and over a depth of about 20 nm. Such strong reduction of the doping level is critical for the performance of the tunnel junction. However, the doping level can be fully recovered after annealing at 350°C.