Musasa is a non-governmental organisation that was set up in 1988 to deal with issues of violence against women and girls. It provides relief to survivors of Gender Based Violence (GBV), operating from four (4) regional offices located in Harare, Bulawayo, Gweru and Masvingo as well as various service centers located in all the provinces of Zimbabwe.
The organization develops programs which help to change attitudes, behavior and the general responsiveness of communities and community leaderships to issues of Violence Against Women. The organization’s initiatives culminated in the passing of the Domestic Violence Act in 2007. Furthermore , Musasa supports and interacts with women through provision of direct services including 24-hour toll free line, counselling, legal support, shelter services. Musasa has evidence of gaps in policies and implementation and is implementing advocacy work around influencing policy making.