Exciting Tender Opportunity to Build an Online Platform for Women and Girls - We are now seeking expressions of interest
Rape Crisis England & Wales are seeking a like-minded organisation to work with us to build an online platform from which specialist services for women and girl survivors of sexual violence will be delivered.
The tender process will include a Pre-Qualification Questionnaire (PQQ) which may be followed by an invitation to tender for applicants who are shortlisted. The deadline for submission of the PQQ is Friday 4th August 2017 at 12:00. Applicants who are shortlisted to tender will be informed by Friday 11th August 2017. The deadline for submission of tender applications is 12:00 Monday 4th September 2017. Shortlisted tender applicants will be invited to attend an evaluation panel meeting in Leeds during the week commencing Monday 11th September 2017.
For further information or to request a copy of the Pre-Qualification Questionnaire please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
More about our Weaving the Web project:
What is Weaving the Web?
Rape Crisis Centres have experienced unprecedented demand for our specialist services in recent years. Innovative approaches are needed to address increasing demand, improve access, reach and more readily available support. With more women and girls using the internet than ever before, digital technologies are becoming an integrated part of our daily lives and web-based services are rapidly expanding and routinely accessed. Yet there is no national resource specifically designed to provide the range of information and support that women and girl survivors of sexual violence want and need online.
Funded by the Big Lottery Women and Girl’s Initiative Strategic Fund over a 5 year period, the ‘Weaving the Web’ project aims to develop a platform from which a range of easily accessible specialist online services will be provided which compliment and enhance Rape Crisis existing services. In addition to reducing waiting times for support we hope that women and girls who are unable to access face to face services will be able to receive support. We further intend and anticipate that the project will improve our reach to under-served women and girls, including BME, LBT and Disabled survivors.
The Weaving the Web project started in October 2016 with a two-year period of active engagement, consultation and development. At the heart of the project is the co-production with women from Rape Crisis centres, and women and girl survivors that characterises Rape Crisis England & Wales’ work. The national web platform and its online services are planned to be live and operational by October 2018 and we anticipate that 7000 women and girls will access the platform by October 2021.
If you have any questions or need to get in touch with the project you can contact us via email at: email@example.com