|2018-19||Baseline Assessment of ASWA-II Project Cambodia and Myanmar||UNICEF EAPRO||Cambodia|
|2012-2013||Evaluation of UNICEF Pakistan's Post Flood Recovery 'Rural Sanitation in Flood and Polio Affected Districts Programme'||WaterAid Pakistan||Pakistan|
|2015-2016||Sustainability Check Study of Rural Water Supply Services and Exclusive Latrine Use (ODF behaviour) in Sindh and Punjab Provinces of Pakistan||UNICEF Pakistan||Pakistan|
What We Do
The sustainability of solutions and interventions comes from building individual, community, and public system capacity. AAN subscribes to the ‘United Nations World Commission on Environment and Development’ goals, thus focusing on the present in its entire service delivery spectrum.
AAN cares for societal and environmental ecologies wherever we have a presence and take every step necessary for ensuring their continued existence. In our daily practices, our team minimizes our carbon footprint by optimising resource utilisation, including double sided-printing, used papers’ shredding, minimisation of power consumption and the use of renewable energy options.