South Africa experiences unacceptably high levels of gender-based violence, and in particular domestic and sexual violence. In response to this challenge, the South African government supports a multi sectoral, integrated approach to fighting the scourge of GBV. Examples of legislative frameworks include; The Child Justice Act 75of 2008, the Childrens Act 38 of 2005 etc. in terms of intersectoral programmes to address GBV, the multi sectoral programmes on (VAW) are being implemented by IDMT. The IDMT is comprised of representatives from Departments of Social Development, Justice and Constitutional Development, Health, Education, Correctional Services, National Treasury, include amongst others; an annual 16 Days of Activism Campaign among others. The IDMT is supported by the following international organizations; USAID, DANIDA and UNICEF and civil society organizations. In order to the stock of what has been accomplished to date on the fight against GBV, it has been agreed that the NPA-SOCA unit will be evaluated on its implementation of legislation, policy and programmes related to GBV, given the role within the IDMT. The major objectives of the assignment include: To review NPA-SOCAs implementation of GBV-related legislation policy and programmes To highlight gaps and challenges in NAP-SOCAs implementation of legislation policy and programmes To recommend opportunities to improve NPA-SOCAs implementation of GBV-related legislation policy and programmes Jimat on this assignment successfully evaluated the following thematic areas; Enhancing the capacity to prosecute sexual offences and domestic cases Reducing secondary victimization of complaints and raising awareness of the scourge of sexual offences and domestic violence This was done through key-informant interviews and desk research