PRIVACY AND SECURITY POLICY FOR PATA HUB
Paediatric-Adolescent Treatment Africa (PATA) is an action network of health providers and health facilities in sub-Saharan Africa. Our goal is to effect positive change in paediatric and adolescent HIV policy and service delivery on the frontline.
The PATA network offers a powerful platform for regional collaboration, capacity building and peer-to-peer exchange – closing gaps and building bridges for linking, learning and partnership in the paediatric-adolescent HIV response. PATA aims to achieve the following on the frontline of paediatric and adolescent HIV service delivery:
- Build and support an engaged network of health providers, facilities and communities.
- Facilitate platforms for linking and learning to share knowledge and promising practices.
- Champion innovative and targeted paediatric and adolescent HIV service delivery models.
- Generate, collate, and disseminate evidence and collaborate in joint advocacy initiatives and partnerships.
PATA Linking and Learning Hub
The PATA Linking and Learning Hub is a powerful platform and interactive space for regional collaboration, capacity building and peer-to-peer exchange across the PATA network. It is a growing online network of frontline health providers, facilities, and communities as well as strategic partners working to improve paediatric and adolescent HIV service delivery in sub-Saharan Africa.
PATA reserve the right to suspend or cancel access, deny entry or restrict entry to the PATA Linking and Learning Hub if an individual or their organization violates the Linking and Learning Hub code of conduct.
For the PATA Summits and webinars, you consent to the following:
- Both the virtual and any in-country satellite spokes will be recorded.
- Registration to the Summit and subsequent login means that you grant PATA permission to record the sessions, take photographs and videos for documentation, reporting and/or advocacy purposes.
- PATA may use these photographs or any quotes to document forum proceedings for fundraising, publicity and other purposes within reason, on behalf of PATA and its partners.
- Waive any right to inspect or approve finished photographs.
- Understand that there will be no financial compensation or other remuneration for use of these photographs and/or video recordings.
- Consent to have your details included in the PATA contacts database to receive summit notices, updates, and newsletters.
- Acknowledge that I may receive a request to be added to the health provider WhatsApp group.
Linking and Learning Hub Code of Conduct
The PATA Linking and Learning Hub is committed to creating and promoting a professional environment within which all participants can participate and feel supported in a safe community – treated with dignity and respect. We do not tolerate harassment in any form.
We strive to build a community for everyone, free from discrimination regardless of professional status, race, gender, identity and expression, sexual orientation, nationality, physical appearance, religion, age, and disability.
What constitutes violation of the code of conduct?
- Issuing threats, or using any form of hate speech
- Issuing offensive comments including negative stereotypical remarks disguised as humor or jokes
- Tracking online participation of participants and sharing their private information without consent
- Misgendering of persons deliberately
- All forms of sexual harassment
When and where does the code of conduct apply
The code of conduct applies to all countries and nations accessing the Linking and Learning Hub
The Linking and Learning Hub secures all your personal information from unauthorized use and disclosure and will only utilise this information for PATA related communications may use your information to inform you about other events and activities happening in the HIV sector. The Linking and Learning Hub may also contact you via surveys when conducting research related in line with PATA’s vision and organizational objectives. See www.teampata.org for more information about PATA.
How long will we keep the records and personal data for?
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