Closing date: Friday 8th October 2021
Silver Chain is a not-for-profit organisation delivering community health and aged care services across Australia.
Silver Chain has a long and proud history of serving Australians for over 110 years in Western Australia and more than 120 years as RDNS in South Australia. Over the past 10 years, Silver Chain Group has grown from a state-based organisation of 2,300 staff to a national organisation of more than 4,000 staff spread across 5 states.
Background and Context for Opportunity
In April 2017, the NSW Government through the Health Administration Corporation (NSW Health) and Silver Chain signed an Implementation Agreement for the first social impact investment in the Australian health sector targeting a reduction in the National Weighted Activity Unit (NWAU) for palliative patients through the delivery of community palliative care services. NSW Government funds the Silver Chain Community Palliative Care Service in Western Sydney which is being delivered in partnership with the Western Sydney Local Health District (WSLHD).
The evaluator, consisting of an individual or a team, will undertake a desk study review and interview up to 20 former participants and course staff of the CLI fellowship program, which is funded by DFAT’s Cyber and Critical Technology Cooperation Program (CCTCP). The purpose of the evaluation is to understand the experiences, learnings and impact of fellows as a result of participating in the course and alumni workshop. Findings and trends will be presented as a series of case studies. The assignment will take place from November 2021 to February 2022 and will involve planning and administration; desktop review of existing data; telephone/ skype interviews; data analysis and preparation of final case studies. The assignment will be completed by the end of February 2022.
Guide Dogs Victoria
Closing date: Tuesday 21st September 2021, 5pm AEST
Guide Dogs Victoria is currently seeking a person, or small team, to create a monitoring and evaluation framework for an Information, Linkages and Capacity Building (ILC) project. The project team would be especially delighted to have someone with blindness or low vision or other lived experience of disability to complete this work.
The Victorian Responsible Gambling Foundation (the Foundation) is requesting proposals from suitably qualified organisations to conduct an independent evaluation of the projects awarded under the Gambling harm prevention grants program for women from Vietnamese communities. The primary objective of this grant program is to prevent and reduce the harm from gambling in women from Vietnamese communities. Funded projects aim to strengthen the capacity of communities to address the underlying social and environmental factors which contribute to gambling-harm and related crime among Vietnamese women in their local areas (the east and west of Melbourne).
This Register of Interest (ROI) is open for all experienced consultancy and/or research organisations to be drawn upon by NT PHN when required. Further details are outlined in the Tender Guidelines.
Closing date: Friday 24th September 2021