Plans are underway to establish more centres in at least every province in the country to bring more services to survivors. Nyasha Chikwinya was quoted saying One Stop Centre model represents a promising model for providing comprehensive care and support for survivors by providing direct services under one roof. The ZDHS confirms that violence against women is rife in Zimbabwe and affects all women, regardless of geographic location, wealth or education. The launch of the One Stop Centres is one of the many efforts to address the problem of Gender Based Violence in the country. UNFPA has been working with partners to implement a wide range of interventions to reduce GBV and to increase availability and utilisation of GBV services by survivors and perpetrators.