Our Projects

Supported by the Aman Foundation, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and the David and Lucile Packard Foundation.

Aahung is an implementing partner for promoting and institutionalizing Family Life Education (FLE), which is synonymous with LSBE. The Sukh Initiative is five-year partnership between three foundations that emerged out of commitments made at the London Summit, held in 2012. It began in 2014. 

The Sukh Initiative aims to increase ...


Supported by the Swedish International Development Authority (SIDA) and Plan International, Pakistan

Initiated in 2015, this three-year project aims to contribute towards the realization of the SRHR of marginalized and vulnerable adolescents and youth in Pakistan. 

This project aims to increase the demand for, and uptake of, high quality SRHR services among adolescents and youth who are in and out of school. It also focuses on creating an enabling an environment that empowers adolescents and youth ...


Supported by Amplify Change

This project focuses on strengthening the capacity of health care providers working in the public health system in the coastal areas of Badin and Thatta in Sindh, so that they are able to deliver effective comprehensive SRHR services to clients.

Women in rural Sindh are in need of adequate SRHR services, but are often unable to seek medical help due to inaccessible healthcare facilities or restrictive societal norms. They are often left untreated or are forced to seek help from untrained and unskilled providers. The use ...


Supported by the Safe Abortion Action Fund (SAAF). Project concluded.

This project aims to strengthen SRHR services in Sindh, particularly in urban and semi-urban communities where there is a high incidence of early age marriage and unwanted pregnancies. 

Due to the inaccessibility and unavailability of adequate SRHR services including post abortion care, women utilize alternate services that are unsafe and result in death. For this project, Aahung adopted an innovative strategy by partnering with both healthcare institutions as well as teaching institutes in order to ...


Supported by UNICEF. Project concluded.

This one-year project aimed to empower adolescents, particularly girls, enabling them to think critically, by equipping them with the appropriate knowledge and skills to address challenges they face in their every-day lives. 

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 Union Councils in 3 towns. For the purpose of this project, Aahung developed a tailor-made version of ...