The Government of Zimbabwe had put in place laws and policies to address gender based violence. However despite having these laws in place, particularly the Domestic Violence Act, GBV remains a challenge as it still affects communities with women constituting 99% of survivors if GBV. Addressing GBV calls for combined effort from key stakeholders and these include the police, health and judiciary through a coordinated multi-sectoral approach. In 2012 the Judicial Services Commission (JSC) led the process of development of a Multisectoral Approach Protocol on the Management of Sexual Abuse and Violence, which demarcated roles for the police, health and the judiciary in fighting GBV. The purpose of this assignment was to ensure that the judiciary, health and police personnel were acquainted with their role as stated in the Protocol in addition to getting an appreciation and gender equality concepts. Our consultant performed the following specific tasks: a. Assess current training components within the reference sectors training that are gender related in close consultation with JSC, ZRP and the MOHCC; b. Conduct one day stakeholder consultative meeting for each module; and c. Develop training manual which allows for the translation into skills, the responsibilities for the judicial, police and health officer that are laid out in the Multi-Sectoral Protocol on the Management of Sexual Abuse and Violence in Zimbabwe.