West Kimberley Youth and Resilience Hub Business Case
We are seeking a consultant to undertake research and analysis, project feasibility and community engagement to develop a social and economic cost-benefit business case for the proposed PCYC West Kimberley Youth and Resilience Hub Project. The proposed Hub is a community partnership initiative to provide social services to Broome and remote West Kimberley communities. The Hub will serve as a base for community organisations and other stakeholders, in addition to providing facilities and a site for programs to engage young people in pro-social and healthy activities.
The business case will explore and establish the scope of the Hub project, as well as provide a comprehensive cost-benefit analysis. It is expected that the business case will:
Establish the need for the Hub;
Establish alternative and genuine options;
Provide a robust social and economic cost-benefit analysis; and
Identify a staged development plan for the Hub.
Deadline for proposals is 1 April. For the full RFP click here.
If you have any questions, please contact Colleen Henry, Senior Projects and Grants Officer, on 9277 4388 or firstname.lastname@example.org
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