The purpose of the mid-term review is to critically review progress against the organisational strategy for the period 2017 to 2019 and propose adaptation if required for the remainder of the strategy period.
The SER Family Support Network is a company limited by guarantee with charitable status. It is a community-based organisation that works with families affected by problem substance use of a relative. The aim of the strategic plan is to ensure that the organisation continues to effectively meet the needs of families and fulfil the objective of capacity building to represent the voice, needs and challenges for families.
Sign Language Interpreting Service (SLIS) is now seeking tenders from management professionals or organisational development specialists to assist the SLIS board in the development of a strategic development plan from 2020 to 2022 inclusive. We expect the contract to commence in July 2019 and a final strategic plan to be adopted at the SLIS board meeting of December 4th, 2019.
The National Office for Suicide Prevention and Health and Wellbeing Division of the HSE invites applications from suitably qualified and experienced consultants / organisations to undertake an evaluability assessment of Social Prescribing Services in Ireland. This assessment is a key input to the development of a monitoring and evaluation framework for social prescribing in Ireland.
Funding has been secured by St Teresa’s Gardens Regeneration Board to develop a Health Needs Analysis in St Teresa’s Gardens and Environs. The steering group and research partner will work collaboratively, using the principles of community development, with the community, other professionals and agencies to determine which health issues cause greatest concern and plan interventions to address those issues.
Community Creations CLG trading as ‘Crisis Text Line’ wishes to appoint a suitably qualified contractor to undertake a ‘Data Protection Impact Assessment’ for our service, as well as assist in the production of the associated Data Policies and Terms of Service required. This work will be an important part of launching a new active listening text-based service that is compliant with local data laws and regulations.
Politics Plus is seeking quotations for the design and delivery of race and minority ethnic equality and good relations training for its PEACE IV funded The Next Chapter project. The aim of the training will be the promotion of positive relations characterised by respect, and where cultural diversity is celebrated and people can live, learn and socialise together, free from prejudice, hate and intolerance in line with the PEACE IV Programme aims.
In 2018 NTDC undertook a Traveller Men’s Needs Analysis to identify the needs of Traveller men in the area. The overarching conclusion of the needs analysis is that Traveller men in North Tipperary are a highly marginalised minority group with substantial social, economic and cultural needs. Based on the recommendations of the Traveller Men’s Needs Analysis, NTDC invites applications from suitably qualified individuals / organisations to develop a project proposal for working with Traveller Men.
The Changing Lives Initiative is a community-based project creating a better understanding about ADHD and providing an intervention programme for families with children (3-7) experiencing behaviours consistent with ADHD. The Initiative (through two of its partners, Archways and NHS Highland) is seeking quotations for the development of a Mobile Application (App) and associated support.
Suas is currently inviting interested parties to make an offer in relation to the independent evaluation of its numeracy programme in DEIS schools in the school year 2019/20. The programme is already being implemented and Suas would like to engage its independent evaluator now so that they can support with the development of the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) framework and tools for the programme as well as baseline and endline studies to make for a more useful final evaluation.