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Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is BGBVC?
We are a legally registered NGO operating in Gaborone, Charleshill, Gantsi, Kasane, Sebina, Selebi Phikwe, Serowe, Thamaga and Molepolole.

2. What services does BGBVC offer?
Counselling for individuals, couples and families; temporary and emergency shelter for women and their children; community outreach and education (including presentations in schools, public places and workplaces).

3. What does BGBVC hope to accomplish?
We aim for a country where there is respect of Human Rights and reduction in incidents of GBV.

4. How does BGBVC receive its clients?
Through self-referrals and referrals from other service providers such as the Police, Health Facilities, Social Workers and other NGOs.

5. Does BGBVC receive clients from different parts of the country?
Yes. BGBVC admits women,men and children from all over the country. Immigrant women living in Botswana are also admitted

6. How is BGBVC funded?
BGBVC is funded by various donors, an annual grant from the government, donations from charity organisations and individuals and revenue from rentals of its two apartments.

There is also a cost sharing arrangement for clients referred by Social Workers from the Councils

7. What are the future plans of BGBVC?
(1) Conduct operational research to provide evidence for programming;
(2) Provision of integrated services to GBV survivors – legal, clinical and education for children admitted;
(3) Provide training services to different groups at a cost to generate income.

Physical Address: Plot 6062/3 Extension 19 Broadhurst, Gaborone

  • Phone: +267 3907659
  • Fax: +267 3908691