Our Projects

The project ‘Improving the Quality of Comprehensive Sexual and Reproductive Health Services for Vulnerable Women in Rural Sindh, Pakistan' has been initiated in June 2016. For this project, Aahung will be partnering with the Department of Health (DoH) Government of Sindh, National Maternal, Neonatal and Child Health (NMNCH) program and Population Welfare Department (PWD). The overall objective of this project is to focus on strengthening the capacity of HCPs working in the public health system in the coastal areas of Badin & Thatta, so that they are able to deliver effective comprehensive SRHR services to clients.

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The project “Improving Institutional Provision of Comprehensive Sexual and Reproductive Health and Post Abortion Care Education and Services in Sindh, Pakistan” was initiated in January 2014 and will be completed in December 2016. Through this project, Aahung’s interventions were targeted towards the urban and semi-urban areas of Sindh where there was a high incidence of early age marriages and unwanted pregnancies. Due to the inaccessibility and unavailability of adequate SRHR services including post abortion care, many of these women would end up utilizing alternate services, which were unsafe and at times led to the death ...


The 'Gender Initiatives through Life Skill Based Education in Urban Slums of Karachi' Project was started in September 2014 and completed in August 2015. Aahung implemented this project with the support of UNICEF's Partners- Pakistan Fisher Folk Forum, Strengthening Participatory Organization, and Pakistan Institute of Labour Education and Research across 7 UCs in 3 Towns. For the purpose of this project, Aahung developed a tailor-made version of its Life Skills Based Education (LSBE) curriculum with a focus on gender, conflict resolution, prevention of violence and health and hygiene. Teachers working in Alternative Learning Pathways (ALPs), ...