|RFx ID :||25480636|
|Tender Name :||Child Sexual Abuse Prevention: Supporting approaches to strengthen community capability to build healthy relationships and prevent child sexual abuse|
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|Open Date :||Monday, 28 February 2022 8:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+13:00)|
|Close Date :||Wednesday, 13 April 2022 5:00 PM (Pacific/Auckland UTC+12:00)|
|Tender Type :||Request for Proposals (RFP)|
|Tender Coverage :||Sole Agency [?]|
|Exemption Reason :||None|
|Required Pre-qualifications :||None|
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This programme of work sits within the Strategic Investment portfolio in Injury Prevention. The purpose of the portfolio is to prevent harm and promote wellbeing for whānau and families and communities through:
Creating large scale, long-term and sustainable societal change in behaviours and environments, using injuries as an entry point for exploring and addressing broader issues and unlocking opportunities for innovation and strengthening prevention infrastructure.
Earlier this year, the ACC Board approved significant investment in a primary prevention system towards achieving the outcomes of Healthy Consensual Relationships / Oranga Whakapapa and this Request for Proposals (RFP) will align to this work. We are working closely with the FVSV Joint Venture agencies and business unit to ensure that this work aligns to other primary prevention initiatives.
This work represents part of ACC’s investment in creating the conditions that enable tamariki and children, rangatahi and young people to thrive in safe, inclusive, supportive whānau and families. It seeks to enable our long-term outcome of healthy and consensual relationships. ACC has set a budget of up to $550k to be invested towards the development and implementation of this investment
In this RFP, we are seeking organisation(s) willing to collaborate to:
• Develop child sexual abuse prevention resources, tools, communications, mechanisms and approaches that are culturally relevant and responsive to communities and
their diverse realities, for example: Pacific peoples, rainbow, disability and new migrants.
• Develop tools, resources, and approaches that can withstand the limitations and requirements of a COVID-19 environment.
• Better understand how we can support communities to strengthen their own capacity and determine their own approaches to prevent child sexual abuse.
• Walk alongside a community and support their innovation and learning, as opposed to imposing/supplying worldviews, paradigms, and pre-existing strategies that are
neither appropriate nor relevant.
• Work collaboratively with us to help us learn about and document what works for communities and capture this learning to strengthen our broader primary prevention
programme of work.