Our MISSION is to mobilize and strengthen a network of frontline healthcare providers to improve paediatric and adolescent HIV prevention, treatment, care and support in sub-Saharan Africa.
Our VISION is that all children and adolescents living with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa receive optimal treatment, care and support and live long, healthy lives.
Dear PATA network members,
As part of PATA’s ongoing commitment to you, our members, we strive to continuously improve how we engage with you and the communities we work with. Key to this effort is to understand what value we bring to paediatric and adolescent HIV treatment and care and how we can add more value.
We are working with a team from Henley Business School in the UK to better engage with you. We would love you to complete a short and confidential survey available at the following link to let us know: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/D7Q9X3H.
As a thank you for your feedback, we are offering a prize draw available to all who respond on or before the 5th June 2016, with the prize being a PATA held forum in your local area.
Many thanks in advance for your contribution,
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When I see people who are discouraged after testing positive, I support them by encouraging them to manage their care and when I see them improve I get motivated
The programme helps me with my family to get our daily needs. It makes me understand that having HIV/AIDS is not the end of life
When I see a client who is newly tested losing hope, I try to encourage her or him to overcome the situation, accept her or his status and live positively
It brought significant change in the lives of HIV-positive children and has also improved adherence, participation of the mothers and the children than before