Publication DesignClinic-CBO Collaboration Toolkit
PATA is an action network of front-line health providers and health facilities in sub-Saharan Africa working to positively change programs, practices and policies in the pediatric and HIV response. The PATA network offers a platform for regional collaboration, capacity building, peer-to-peer exchange and learning.
The C3 (Clinic-CBO-Collaboration) Project is a collaboration between PATA and Positive Action for Children’s Fund. The project works across nine countries and 36 community-clinic collaborations to identify how transformative collaborations at a local level between CBOs and clinics can be to local health responses.
Publication layout (both English and French versions)
Preparation of document for online use and professional printing
"Jennifer really took on board what was required and created a great product that people visually want to engage with."
Director, Positive Action for Children Fund and Patient Advocacy
"The Clinic-Community Collaboration Toolkit that Jennifer designed has been a huge success - in the six weeks since it’s launch, PATA and PACF have showcased the toolkit at two international HIV conferences and have successfully distributed more than 700 hard copies to date, with many more downloaded on our website. The design has no doubt attracted people to the displays but more than that, the designs used within the toolkit have sparked conversations with delegates (community based practitioners and policy makers) from across the African continent, really generating discussions on what constitutes a community healthcare system and what links should be included."
Senior Programme Manager, PATA/C3 Programme
PATA developed a cascade of care concept that shows where different activities happen along the care continuum, and highlights potential “leakage points” where pregnant mothers, infants and children/adolescents are being lost from the HIV care and treatment cascade.