Project Evaluation for Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder National Awareness Campaign on Alcohol, Pregnancy and Breastfeeding
Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE)
Closing date: Friday 16th April 2021
Contact for further information: Questions regarding the tender opportunity should be directed to Sarah Ward, National Health Campaign Manager at or Rosemary White, Health Promotion Advisor, at .
The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) is an independent, not-for-profit organisation working to stop the harm caused by alcohol.
FARE has been working since 2001 with communities, governments, health professionals and police across the country to stop alcohol harms by supporting world-leading research, raising public awareness and advocating for changes to alcohol policy.
In 2020, FARE received funding from the Australian Government Department of Health to undertake the ‘FASD – National awareness campaign for pregnancy and breastfeeding women’ (the Campaign). The Campaign commenced in July 2020 and will run until June 2023.
The Campaign aims to:
- Increase Australians’ awareness of the risks associated with alcohol consumption during pregnancy and while breastfeeding, including Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD).
- Increase the proportion of Australians who are aware that alcohol should not be consumed during pregnancy and it is safest not to drink alcohol when breastfeeding.
- Increase the proportion of Australian women who intend to not drink any alcohol during pregnancy and when breastfeeding.
FARE invites members of the Australian Evaluation Society, in collaboration with research institutes and universities, to submit an application to undertake a comprehensive evaluation of the Campaign involving both quantitative and qualitative methods.
Further information on the eligibility criteria and evaluation components can be found in the document attached below.