RAPID CITY – The Great Plains Tribal Epidemiology Center is soliciting proposals for help in creating an app meant to reduce teen pregnancies and slow the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.
Finding innovative ways to reach young people across the region is a challenge faced by everyone from healthcare organizations to retail stores. This competition for the attention of young people has forced organizations like the Great Plains Tribal Leader’s Health Board to expand its ability to digitally disseminate public health information.
The Great Plains Tribal Epidemiology Center’s Sexually-Transmitted Infection and Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative is searching for an individual or company who can develop a digital app that will contribute to the prevention of teen pregnancy and reduce the spread of sexually transmitted diseases.
Proposals are due by 11:59pm MT on November 30, 2020.
The Great Plains Tribal Leader’s Heath Board is a non-profit tribal organization representing the 18 tribal communities in the four-state region of South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa.
Through public health practices and the formation of tribal partnerships, we work to improve the health of the American Indian peoples we serve by providing public health support and health care advocacy.
Our mission is to provide quality public health support and health care advocacy to the tribal nations of the Great Plains by utilizing effective and culturally credible approaches.
The following link will guide you through the proposal process.