Aahung’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Management training in Khyber Pakhtunkhwaincludes 2 medical and nursing colleges and 3 other institutions.Aahung’s has trained healthcare providers in Gilgit-Baltistan through the Aga Khan Development Network.Let #Zainab, in death, be a catalyst for binning our cultural taboos and move forward to protect our children.— DΛN QΛYYUM (@Dan Qayyum) January 10, 2018We need to teach parents how not to let people touch their children or hug them against their will as a sign of “good manners”.We need to tell our children it is perfectly all right to deny physical contact to any grown up or peer. Siddiqi (@guldaar) January 11, 2018Our society puts so much pressure on children to perform a role of free entertainers for relatives, to be physically and mentally available to the grown ups who want to touch them, hug them and kiss them. Let kids know their bodies are their own.— Nuzhat S.
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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.