Body – Mind – Spirit.

Student Beneficiaries from Primary and Secondary Schools

165061

Student Beneficiaries from Primary and Secondary Schools

Faculty Members and Health Care Providers Trained

3787

Faculty Members and Health Care Providers Trained

Partner Schools <br>(Primary and Secondary)

522

Partner Schools
(Primary and Secondary)

Medical & Tertiary Academic Partners

47

Medical & Tertiary Academic Partners

Our Key Program Areas

WHERE WE ARE HEADED

Promoting SRHR, so every individual
has greater comfort with their body.

Karachi

Since 2010, Aahung has worked with over 18 partner organizations in Karachi to deliver Life Skills Based Education to reach primary and secondary school aged children. Through a rigorous curriculum focusing on body protection and communicating discomfort, Aahung has trained over 322 teachers in 25 schools and have benefited over 12,500 primary school students. Through its Adult Sexual and Reproductive Health training, Aahung has worked with 1,181 teachers in 302 schools and reached about 85,000 students. Aahung’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Management programmehas worked in 6 hospitals, 15 medicaland nursing colleges, and 30 other institutions including government agencies and NGO’s, training hundreds of health care providers across Karachi.

Hyderabad

06

Primary & Secondary School Networks

03

Health Care Service Delivery Organizations

02

Medical and Tertiary Academic Organization

12

NGO Partners

Mirpur Khas

03

Primary & Secondary School Networks

01

Health Care Service Delivery Organizations

03

Medical and Tertiary Academic Organization

07

NGO Partners

Lahore

Aahung has focused on Adolescence Sexual and Reproductive Health training in Lahore and has trained 15 teachers in 4 schools, reaching almost 1,500 students. Since 2010, Aahung’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Management programme has focused its work in Lahore on training faculty members at 10 medical and nursing colleges, thereby reaching thousands of students. Further it has trained healthcare providers at one hospital and 6 other institutions including government agencies, regulatory bodies and NGOs.

Islamabad

Aahung has focused on Adolescence Sexual and Reproductive Health training in Islamabad and has trained 21 teachers in 5 schools, reaching over 500 students.

Peshawar

In Peshawar, Aahung trained healthcare providers from a hospital and 2 institutions. Since 2010, it has trained about 3,000 healthcare providers including doctors, nurses, midwives, community health workers and lady health workers across Pakistan in necessary skills to tackle reproductive health in a safe and effective manner.

Quetta

In Quetta, Aahung’sSexual and Reproductive Health Management trainingshave been delivered at 9 institutions including government agencies, NGOs and regulatory bodies and at 1 medical college. Since 2010, it has trained about 3,000 healthcare providers including doctors, nurses, midwives, community health workers and lady health workers across Pakistan in necessary skills to tackle reproductive health in a safe and effective manner.

Covering 10 cities in Sindh, Aahung has worked in 55 schools at the primary level and 60 schools in the secondary level benefiting about 30,000 children in the province. Since, 2010 Aahung has trained health care providers in 22 cities in Sindh through over 50 partner organizations.

Since 2010, Aahung’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Management programmehas trained health care providers in 10 cities in Punjab through almost 20 partner organizations. Since 2010, it has trained about 3,000 healthcare providers including doctors, nurses, midwives, community health workers and lady health workers across Pakistan in necessary skills to tackle reproductive health in a safe and effective manner.

Aahung’sSexual and Reproductive Health Management training in Khyber Pakhtunkhwaincludes 2 medical and nursing colleges and 3 other institutions. Since 2010, it has trained about 3,000 healthcare providers including doctors, nurses, midwives, community health workers and lady health workers across Pakistan in necessary skills to tackle reproductive health in a safe and effective manner.

Gilgit-Baltistan

Aahung’s has trained healthcare providers in Gilgit-Baltistan through the Aga Khan Development Network. Since 2010, it has trained about 3,000 healthcare providers including doctors, nurses, midwives, community health workers and lady health workers across Pakistan in necessary skills to tackle reproductive health in a safe and effective manner.