PATA 2021 Summit, is taking place from Monday to Wednesday, 1-3 November
2021, under the theme “Clinic and Community in Conversation- Closing the Gap
for Children and Adolescents in the HIV Response.”

The PATA 2021 Summit will connect front-line service providers, young leaders, global
experts, policy makers, programme managers, donors, and Ministry of Health
representatives via the online virtual hub. With the goal of building and strengthening
positive health partnerships that drive collective and coordinated action for all children and
adolescents living with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa.


This exciting hybrid event, will take
place simultaneously across 12
countries through satellite spokes
organised in eSwatini, Kenya,
Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa,
Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia,
Cameroon, Ethiopia, Nigeria and
Zimbabwe, as well as broadcast
globally through a centralised digital
platform “PATA Linking and
Learning Hub.”



This social media toolkit can be used to support, promote and engage with the PATA Summit through your social media platforms.


PATA 2020 Summit

Titled Breakthrough and Build Back Together! Participants attended from across 27 countries through a virtual online hub and connected remotely or in person through attending a main or satellite spoke. Participants included frontline health providers and community partners.

PATA 2019 Summit

The PATA 2019 Summit entitled READY Together! Integrating HIV and SRHR through Clinic Community collaboration. The Summit reached 214 frontline providers across 17 countries, with 59 health facilities and 49 implementing community-based partners.

PATA 2018 Summit

#PeerPower was the focus of the PATA 2018 Youth Summit in partnership with Y+, held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, and hosted 221 participants. This included 115 peer supporters, youth network representatives and leaders from 11 sub-Saharan African countries.

PATA 2017 Summit

Delivering on the frontline was the focus of the PATA 2017 Continental Summit, held in Johannesburg, South Africa. The meeting brought together over 200 delegates including frontline health providers from 56 health facilities across 15 sub-Saharan African countries.