PATA Programmes

PATA - Current Programmes

Current Programmes

Past Programmes

PATA - Technical Support

Technical Support

Current Programmes

Breakthrough Partnership (BP) PATA Programmes

Breakthrough Partnership (BP)

The Breakthrough Partnership (BP) aims to end paediatric and adolescent HIV in priority locations through developing a sustainable and replicable quality package of interventions that is informed by the UNICEF Paediatric Service Delivery Framework.

Resilient and Empowered Adolescents and Young People (READY+)

Resilient and Empowered Adolescents and Young People (READY+)

READY+2 (2021-2026) builds on lessons learnt from READY+ (2016-2020). The programme will directly reach 35,614 adolescents and young people living with or most affected by HIV.

Youth Care Programme Team PATA

You(th) Care

You(th) Care (2022-2025) will enable adolescents and youth aged 10-24 years, especially girls and other vulnerable adolescents, in Kenya, Tanzania and Zambia to advocate for and practice self-care for their SRHR needs and to increase access to (digital) self-care services and commodities.

Vibrant Young Voices - VYV

Vibrant Young Voices

VYV aims to empower AYPLHIV to take control of their health, through capacity building and training of networks and structures of AYPLHIV, health providers and community partners, while investing in their partnership and collaboration.

KULEA (Knowledgeable UpLifted Empowered Adolescents)

KULEA (Knowledgeable UpLifted Empowered Adolescents)

To empower adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) to become more knowledgeable, and resilient with a particular focus on young mothers and caregivers.

IMPAACT4HIV(I4HIV)

IMPAACT4HIV(I4HIV)

The objective of I4HIV is to Prevent deaths among adults and children by simplifying Advanced HIV Disease management tools.

GCC STARS

GCC STARS

GCC STARS will test a GBV package called Screen & Support (S&S) and will integrate PATA’s Clinic-Community-Collaboration (C3) model to guide conversations around experiences of violence and mapping resources to effectively respond to violence.

Ask-Boost-Connect-Discuss (ABCD)

Ask-Boost-Connect-Discuss (ABCD)

Ask-Boost-Connect-Discuss (ABCD) is a mobile-based tool to improve maternal mental health among adolescent mothers living with HIV, delivered by peer supporters in low-resource settings.

Clinic-CBO Collaboration (C3)

Clinic-CBO Collaboration (C3)

Between 2014 and 2020 PATA worked with Positive Action Children’s Foundation (Now ViiV Healthcare Positive Action) across twelve countries and strengthened over 50 community-clinic collaborations.

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Re-Engage Adolescents and Children with HIV (REACH)

REACH is facility situated peer support model that aims to improve HIV treatment and care services and treatment outcomes for adolescents living with HIV.

Past Programmes

Differentiated Service Delivery for Africa (DSD4A)

Differentiated Service Delivery for
Africa (DSD4A)

Differentiated Service Delivery for Africa (DSD4A) is a project aimed at generating evidence on Differentiated ART delivery gaps and best practice examples in South Africa.

Leading Loud

Leading Loud

Adolescent and young people (ages 10 – 24 years) have access to and are retained in a range of effective and responsive HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) services.

Expert Patient Programme (EPP)

Expert Patient Programme (EPP)

Coming to a close in early 2017, the program has achieved its objectives of improving access to, and quality of treatment and care for 15,000 HIV-positive infants, children and adolescents in Zambia and Zimbabwe.

Peers 2 Zero

Peers 2 Zero

PATA and the African Youth Positives Network (AY+) launched the Peers 2 Zero (P2Z) Coalition in 2016 to improve access to effective treatment and care for adolescents and young people living with HIV(A/YPLHIV).

Technical Support

Unfinished Business (UB)

Unfinished Business (UB) South Africa

The ELMA Unfinished Business initiative is a coordinated and ambitious effort in response to the significant treatment gap among children with HIV.

Find, Test and Treat (FTT)

Find, Test and Treat (FTT)

The FTT Programme is being scaled up for 2 years drawing from the lessons learnt in the 19-month inception phase (May 2018 – Dec 2019) known as FTT 4000.