• Conducted a letter-writing campaign in 1999 to the heads of SAARC countries and respective governments to draw their attention to human trafficking.
  • Organized the Second SAARC People’s Forum in 2002 and its follow-up meeting prior to 11th SAARC Summit in 2003 in order to pressurize the SAARC countries for the promulgation of a regional-level law against human trafficking.
  • Continues lobby and campaigns during various SAARC Summits for a SAARC-level mechanism to prevent and fight against trafficking of women and children.
  • Conducted awareness campaigns for conceptual clarity on human trafficking issues at the local to international levels through different programs: workshops, seminars, interactions, publications etc.
  • Lobbied for the ratification of the SAARC Convention on Trafficking from the perspective of human rights. In this respect, various national workshops were organized in order to start a dialogue. Supported and participated in the first SAARC People’s Forum, as a local organizer.
  • Recognition in national and international forums. AATWIN has been introduced in course book of grade 10th Social Studies. 
  • Established and mobilization of the AATWIN Information and Resource Centre since 2004.
  • Various research against human trafficking, for instance, “Nepali Women and Citizenship Issue: The socio-political impacts on the lives of Nepali Women” entitled “In search of Identity”, “Where does Accountability Lie?”, “How Protected are they?” etc. against trafficking, safe migration, the effectiveness of existing mechanism from the survivors perspective.
  • Organized campaigns on the issue of “citizenship by mother’s lineage”. 
  • Organized silent protest programs against trafficking of women and children (Women in Black) in commemoration of the Beijing Conference, every month from 31st August 1997 to 2008.
  • Organized different district, regional and national level programs and capacity building initiations against human trafficking.
  • In December 2004, AATWIN organized the “Women’s Court” to launch “We Can Campaign a South Asian Campaign to end all violence against Women” in Nepal. It remained as an active contributing partner of the Campaign till 2011. 
  • Succeeded in advocating AATWIN’s agenda on Human Trafficking and Transportation (Control) Act, 2007 and National Plan of Action against Trafficking in Persons, Especially Women and Children, 2012. 
  • Lobby and advocacy for the promulgation of the Domestic Violence (Crime and Punishment) Act, 2009. 
  • AATWIN was honoured by the Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare (MoWCSW) in 2010 and 2012 for its remarkable contribution against human trafficking.
  • Organized national level grand honour ceremony in 2011 for the trafficking survivor Charimaya Tamang and her colleagues for their courageous efforts against human trafficking. 
  • Advocacy campaign during the process of making Constitution to ensure the rights against human trafficking/slavery/exploitation as well as citizenship and compensation issues for the trafficking survivors.
  • Contributed to the SDG 2030 goals as well as involved in its implementation through SDG NGO Forum.  
  • Continuous cooperation and coordination with the Ministry of Women, Children and Social Welfare (MoWCSW), National Human Rights Commission (NHRC/OSRT), National Women Commission (NWC), and related agencies and stakeholders.