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CfT: The Executive Office (TEO) – Communities in Transition (CIT): Health and Wellbeing Programme in the Lurgan CIT Area

Buyer Organisation:
CPD - Supplies and Services Division
The Executive Office (TEO) – Communities in Transition (CIT): Health and Wellbeing Programme in the Lurgan CIT Area
CfT CA Unique ID:
Evaluation Mechanism:
Best Price-Quality Ratio
The Contractor’s Health and Wellbeing programme will include the active participation of Volunteers from target Organisations / Groups / Individuals within the Lurgan CIT Area. Through adopting a coordinated approach to delivery, the Contractor will engage with the CIT Area community to recruit a minimum of 10 Community Champions and a minimum of 10 Befrienders to actively participate in their Health and Wellbeing programme. Tenderers shall be aware that an individual cannot play both roles therefore a minimum total of 20 volunteers must be recruited to the programme. Prior to carrying out any programme activities, the volunteers will need to have gained/attained a sufficient level of knowledge / training to perform their role; further details of the training requirements are provided for within the Specification of Requirements Schedule. With the assistance of the Community Champions and Befrienders, the Contractor will deliver a series of 6 bespoke activities / engagement events to increase local residents’ knowledge of health and wellbeing services available to them within their local area. Throughout the duration of the Contract, the Contractor through a participatory design approach will work to identify a number key issues in the CIT area, where issue specific interventions would be beneficial to such residents affected by the issues. Having identified the issues in the area, the Contractor, by the end of the Contract period, will have designed and delivered a minimum of two evidence based bespoke health and wellbeing intervention initiatives for the benefit of the community. The interventions must target participants in the Lurgan CIT Area, specifically those living within the target range of the Lurgan and the area of influence, ensuring a flexible and adaptable approach can be adopted to meet the needs of those targeted by them. The purpose of the intervention initiatives is multi-fold as outlined below: • To address underlying community and personal issues such as drug and alcohol misuse and addiction, poor health (physical and mental), debt and money worries, isolation, anti-social behaviour, which may be exploited by those seeking to sustain paramilitary activity, criminality and organised crime; • To work in partnership with statutory agencies; • To provide support for those wishing to move away from paramilitary criminal influences The Contractor will be expected to start delivering the Contract by late January 2020 and shall continue until its successful completion which must be no later than 31st March 2021.
Procurement Type:
CPC Category:
Other services
2014/24/EU (Classic)
CfT Involves:
A Public Contract
CPV Codes:
98000000-Other community, social and personal services
Contact Point:
Publish on behalf of:
The Executive Office
Participating bodies:
The Executive Office
Award per Item:
Inclusion of e-Auctions:
NUTS codes:
Estimated value (GBP):
Above or Below OJEU Threshold:
Time-limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate:
17/12/2019 12:00
End of clarification period:
12/12/2019 17:00
Upload of documents within the clarifications:
Tenders Opening Date:
17/12/2019 12:30
Allow suppliers to make an online Expression Of Interest:
Contract awarded in Lots:
EU funding:
Multiple tenders will be accepted:
Contract duration in months or years, excluding extensions:
14 months
Validity of Tender in days or months:
90 days
Date of Publication/Invitation:
19/11/2019 13:08