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Funding for sexual violence crisis services

January 29, 2015 at 10:28 AM

Applications are now open to eligible providers to apply for funding to fill identified gaps in coverage of sexual violence acute crisis response services – which are the support services required by victims/survivors of sexual violence during and immediately following a crisis. Applications can be made via the GETS (Government Electronic Tenders Service) website – reference MSD 2015.037 ‘Sexual violence crisis response services for current gaps in service’. Providers will need to download the RFP from GETS, complete and submit it to MSD. The RFP sets out the identified gaps in coverage that respondents may propose to fill, the eligibility criteria for funding, and other important information that they will need to provide in their application. The RFP closes on 6 March, with the evaluation process finishing in April.


If you have questions, please email Note that the deadline for sending questions to MSD is 13 February. Answers will be posted on GETS by 20 February.

Information and a set of questions and answers are also available on the Ministry of Social Development’s website: