From its inception, Aahung has focused on sustainability as a key component of its programme design and implementation. This is achieved through partnerships with other organisations and government.
In recent years, Aahung has gained momentum in working with the Department of Education to fulfill the vision of integrating Life Skills Based Education content into the provincial curriculum in Sindh. By working with relevant departments, including the Bureau of Curriculum and the Sindh Textbook Board, Aahung has been able to successfully advocate for the integration process to be initiated along with the relevant training and development of public school teachers who would be implementing the curriculum content.
Correspondingly, Aahung also focuses on sustainable integration of SRHR content into the curriculum of medical schools and nursing colleges with the intention of creating strong models that can be replicated. For this to be successful, Aahung advocates with independent administrative bodies and decision makers within the institutions. Similarly, Aahung also works with the public sector to advocate for improved training of public health workers and service providers such as community midwives, lady health workers and female welfare workers. By targeting per-service providers, Aahung aims to influence change at the foundational level so that service providers can be better trained and prepared to deal with reproductive health problems during their service.