NIDA is seeking proposals to engage Indigenous People on a national and distinction-based level (First Nations, Métis, Inuit) to inform an Indigenous National Framework for Diabetes.
Click HERE for the RFP.
Please click HERE for the addendum to the RFP for transparency in questions and answers.
Please note that this addendum does not change the deadline for the submission of the proposals.
The question-and-answer period for this RFP is closed and no further questions will be answered.
We look forward to receiving your proposal by February 28th at 4:30PM CST.
Mance’s artwork acknowledgement:
The image above represents Indigenous way of knowing in health care in incorporating traditions, respect and harmony within ourselves and all creatures on Mother Earth. It is the artwork of Mance Granberg, a a two Spirited Abenaki artisan from Quebec. It has been purchased and shared with permission.
About the artist: Mance gains inspiration from mother earth, and circles because of how there is no beginning and no end, and how we are all infinitely connected. Circle represent creation, Creator, Mother Earth, Grandmother Moon and Grandfather Sun. He is an activist and core organization of Revolution of the Heart: A Ceremonial Action (with others who are activists in the community). He believes in Equity, Inclusion and Diversity and his art reflects that. To access further art by Mance, you can visit his Facebook page.