• Grand success of Second SAARC People's Forum in 2002 and its follow up meeting in prior to 11 SAARC Summit in 2003 and Lobbying and campaign for the SAARC Convention on preventing and combating trafficking in women and children;
  • AATWIN's high recognition in national and international Forums. AATWIN and its activities are included in the textbook of grade 10. 
  • Successfully organized the "Women Court" in December 2004 as well active partner of South Asian Campaign on violence against women (We Can Campaign) for 6 years.
  • Organized National level workshop to pass the "Domestic Violence Bill" with CA members and parliamentarians in 2007 and 2008.
  • Organized the numbers of anti trafficking program with Dist Task Force with coordination and co organization of MoWCSW.
  • Research and publication on the citizenship right of Women specially trafficking survivors called "In Search of Identity"
  • Succeed to incorporate many advocating issues of AATWIN in new anti trafficking law 2007.
  • AATWIN is honored by the Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare in 2010 and 2012 for the good efforts/works against human trafficking.
  • Advocacy campaign to Constitution making process to ensure the rights against human trafficking/slavery/exploitation as well citizenship and compensation issues for the trafficking survivors.
  • AATWIN is the member of ;
    •  National Committee to control human trafficking (NCCHT) by Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare – since 2008
    • Office of Special Rapporteur on Trafficking in Women and Children (OSRT)/NHRC Technical Group for TIP Report – since 2005
    • Women Rights Monitoring National Network by National Women Commission 
    • MenEngaged Alliance Nepal for gender equality
    • Global Alliance Against Traffic in Women (GAATW)
    • UN-GIFT's South Asian level "Think Tank" against human trafficking.