Seven One Stop Centres have been established in seven provinces of Zimbabwe and the centres offered services to 1511 women in 2021. The One Stop Centres were classified as essential services during the COVID-19 lockdowns, and they continued to offer services to survivors. The centres provide health, legal, police and psycho-social services.
Similarly, the Government runs mobile One Stop Centres, a concept of bringing the services of the Static One Stop Centre to the communities. The Mobile One Stop Centres were intensified during the COVID\-19 lockdown periods to assist women to access services closer to their homes without having to walk long distances.
Source of Information
The Government of Zimbabwe's submission for the 2022 Secretary General’s Report on the implementation of the General Assembly Resolutions on Intensification of efforts to eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls