Aasaman Nepal works with the objective of engaging, influencing, and sensitizing all important stakeholders (parents, children, SMCs, PTAs, teachers, COs, saving and credit groups, FCHVs, PEs, youths and the responsible government authorities) to pull their socks in facilitating and achieving MDGs.

Aasaman Nepal has currently engaged itself in 29 districts namely Kailali, Daleldhura, Dot, Jumla, Jajarkot, Rupandehi, Baglung, Kaski, Kapilbastu, Nabalparasi, Dhanusha, Mahottari, Sarlahi, Rautahat, Sindhuli, Chitwan, Parsa, Makwanpur, Kavreplanchowk, Sindhupalchowk, Bara, Dhading, Ramechhap, Saptari and  Siraha, Jhapa, Morang, Dhankuta and Bhojpur covering Mountain, Hill and Terain belts.

In all the aforesaid districts, Aasaman Nepal is working on education, health, protection, natural resource management and livelihood theme. The nature of assignments includes student enrollment, retention, reduction of drop-outs, infrastructural support, community-school link-ups, organizing students, life skill transfer etc.

Over the years, Aasaman Nepal implemented education, health, livelihood and child protection related projects in different districts in partnership with different international agencies i.e. Save the Children, PAF, WHH, LGCDP, WE, Adie et Action International Nepal, UNICEF, UNESCO, CCO, VSO, BNMT, PSI, NCELL, ILO, CASP, DNF, British Council, World Bank, USAID, Tottori Japan, Room to Read, Winrock International, DFID and Embassy of Finland etc.