PHC is generally maintaining long-term relationships with clients. Building trust and partnership between consultants and clients promotes mutual learning and offers the consultants the opportunity of improving their quality through feedback from the clients.
PHC has been previously assigned by
- Multilateral organizations: World Bank, World Health Organisation, Pan American Health Organisation, United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), United Nations Aids Fund (UNAIDS), United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF), European Union (EU), Asian Development Bank (ADB), Global Fund (GFATM)
- Bilateral organizations: Danida, SDA (Swiss Aid), DFID, DFAT, GIZ, Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Directorate General of International Co-operation), Royal Netherlands Embassies in Africa, the Middle East and Latin America
- International Organisations: Red Cross, Caritas Network Europe, CordAid, ICCO, PSO, Simavi, HealthNet TPO (now Health Works), Alliance for Public Health, Handicap International Belgium, Handicap International France, MSF-Holland, Share-Net , Netherlands Leprosy Foundation and Global Initiative on Psychiatry.
PHC has been directly contracted by Ministries of Health in Africa, like the MOH in Zambia, Mozambique, Tanzania and Botswana. PHC has also worked with Church Health Associations, including UCMB in Uganda, CSSC in Tanzania, CHAG in Ghana, CHAM in Malawi and CHAZ in Zambia. Consultants have also worked for the College of Medicine in Blantyre, Malawi, Tropical Institute of Community Health in Kisumu, Kenya and KCMC in Moshi, Tanzania.
In the Netherlands, PHC has worked for a variety of clients, governmental as well as non-governmental organisations:
- Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sports, Local Government (Municipal) Organisations in Amsterdam, Almere, and Haarlem, the Provincial Authority of Noord-Holland, and the public health organisations in Brabant and Amsterdam.
- PHC also worked with the providers of mental health care in the Province of Utrecht, a network of geriatric hospitals and home services for the elderly in Amsterdam, the Zonnehuis groep.
- PHC has worked with non-governmental organisations, e.g. STG/HMF the national consumer organisation, national and local patient advocacy organisations, like the Netherlands Kidney Foundation, the Netherlands Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, the COSBO-Amsterdam, professional organisations of health workers, social housing providers and health insurance companies.