We are a right based nongovernmental organisation working in partnership to ensure that every individual with an illness or disease, especially women and girls have access to treatment and to equitable, humane care and empowerment.
We have clearly defined target populations for the delivery of its interventions, viz: Individuals and communities directly infected and affected by HIV; women living with HIV and directly affected by AIDS; adolescents and young women living with HIV (Age: 15‐24); children living with HIV (Age: 0‐14).
In addition, the organization utilizes the following strategies/approach in the delivery of its activities: 1) advocacy 2) education and partnership building and 3) capacity building & mentoring.Our website which is a platform for disseminating the organization’s policies, showcasing Our activities and will be
used as a tool for resource mobilization.
In addition, the organization utilizes the following strategies/approach in the delivery of its activities: 1) advocacy 2) education and partnership building and 3) capacity building & mentoring.Our website which is a platform for disseminating the organization’s policies, showcasing Our activities and will be used as a tool for resource mobilization.
Who we are
We are a leading HIV and AIDS, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights organisation in Nigeria. We envisage a nation where every citizen with a disease condition, especially women and the girl child, is fully aware of their rights to appropriate services and can have access to equitable and humane treatment, support services and empowerment. Registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission in Nigeria with offices in Lagos and Abuja, we work in partnership with People Living With HIV (especially women and girls), Women With Disabilities, Healthcare Providers, Young People, Community and Religious Leaders, Civil Society Organisations, Community-Based Organisations, the Media, Government Agencies and International Development partners.
To ensure that every individual with an illness or disease, especially women and girls, have access to treatment literacy and to equitable, humane care and empowerment.
We work strategically to: promote access to treatment education, care and services; advocate for access to affordable, qualitative diagnostic and monitoring tests, drugs and commodities to treat HIV and its attendant problems; ensure non-discriminatory gender-based response to disease prevention, control and treatment; promote sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and girls; work in partnership with other persons and institutions, including the government to facilitate information-sharing and build platforms for networking; empower women and girls to take charge of their lives and well-being; build capacity and support full participation of people living with HIV and are directly affected by diseases in all programme response.
our dream is a nation where every person with an illness or disease condition is treatment literate and can access affordable,qualitative, ethical and humane care including treatment and support services. thus empowering them to take charge of their lives, well-being and development
Below are a list of our core values
- Mutual respect
Here are some of our partners, if you would like to partner with us please use the contact us button
- People living with HIV especially women and girls
- Government and government agencies
- People affected by HIV
- International development partners
- Private foundations
- Corporate organisations
- Individual, corporate and international donors
- Civil society organisations/NGOs/FBOs
- The media
- Board members of PATA, staff, volunteers, interns and consultants.
- The general public