|2021-2022||Summative Evaluation of the Digital Birth Registration (DBR) Programme||UNICEF Pakistan||Pakistan|
|2021-2022||Endline Evaluation of the Developing Human Capital in Rwanda Programme (DHCR)||UNICEF Rwanda||Rwanda|
|2019-2020||Evaluation of the Simplified Birth Registration System in Mainland Tanzania||UNICEF Tanzania||Tanzania|
What We Do
Social and child welfare protection entails addressing the vulnerabilities and disadvantages children worldwide are liable to face in this day and age. These range from physical violence and sexual exploitation to harmful cultural practices such as genital mutilation and child marriage, all of which children have a right to be protected from.
Over the years, AAN has developed a firm understanding of social support for citizens, primarily focusing on child rights, child protection and violence against children. AAN has a focus on child protection, child rights, and violence against children, birth registrations, child labour and child protection laws/policies and others.