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Project 30482 Web-based platform for Mana Ake -School Based Mental Wellbeing Service


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RFx ID : 26510662
Tender Name : Project 30482 Web-based platform for Mana Ake -School Based Mental Wellbeing Service
Reference # : 30482
Open Date : Q4 2022
Indicative RFx Release Date  : Q4 2022  [?]
Department/Business Unit : Procurement
Tender Type : Future Procurement Opportunity (FPO)
Project Status : Confirmed  [?]
Expected number of contracts offered : 1
Tender Coverage : On behalf of procurement agent  [?]
Categories :
  • 43000000 - Information Technology Broadcasting and Telecommunications
  • 55000000 - Published Products
  • 85000000 - Healthcare Services
  • 86000000 - Education and Training Services
  • New Zealand
Required Pre-qualifications : None
Contact : Alistair Baxter
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Future Procurement Opportunity – Project 30482 Web-based platform for Mana Ake -School Based Mental Wellbeing Service

The mental health and wellbeing of tamariki across Aotearoa New Zealand is a priority for this Government and Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand. Mana Ake, first launched on 22 February 2018, delivers dedicated wellbeing and mental health support to children in school years 1-8 across Canterbury and Kaikoura. It is currently being expanded to five additional Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand Districts - Bay of Plenty, Counties Manukau, Lakes, Northland and West Coast. Services in the first new district, West Coast, launched on 1 September 2022.
Te Whatu Ora is looking to procure a web-based resource platform as part of Mana Ake to provide teachers and other school staff with guidance, resources, and local pathways to support and services for tamariki in the six Te Whatu Ora – Health New Zealand Mana Ake Districts: Waitaha Canterbury, Tai Tokerau Northland, Te Tai Poutini West Coast, Hauora A Toi Bay of Plenty, Lakes, and Counties Manukau.

The Service to be delivered will include (but is not limited to) the following components:
1) develop and maintain a web-based platform
2) develop the associated resources that will provide teachers with evidence informed information
3) collaborate with local stakeholders in each of the six Districts to develop and agree clear and appropriate local pathways to support for tamariki

These pathways and associated resources will be incorporated into the web-based platform.

RFP release early November 2022

Mid 1st Quarter 2023 – Generic elements of platform and local elements specific to Waitaha Canterbury and Tai Poutini West Coast are live.

Early 2nd Quarter 2023 – Local elements specific to Counties Manukau, Hauora A Toi Bay of Plenty, Lakes and Tai Tokerau are live.