Exploring coordination in a multi-agency partnership approach to prevention of gender-based violence in Zambia

This study identifies factors that fosters and hinders coordination among key agencies operating in one-stop centres in Zambia such as the police, health and social welfare that provide coordinated medical, social and legal services to the victims of gender-based violence.
This is a primary qualitative study in which data was collected using interviews from participants selected from the key agencies operating from five one-stop centres in Lusaka province of the Republic of Zambia.