AIJC had more than a decade of experience in communication campaign planning and management in various sustainable development projects in the following areas: rural power (2006), renewable energy (2005-2006), clean air (2003-2004), persistent organic pollutants (2004), fisheries resource management (1999-2004), coastal resource management (1997-1998), and solid waste management (1983).

Communication program support also has been provided in other development areas such as education, literacy, children (including early childhood care) and women, responsible parenthood, and revenue (tax) generation.

The support services covered preparing and managing communication (media) plans; developing information, education and communication (IEC) materials in various formats; and conducting program monitoring and evaluation.

The funding (donor) agencies for the above programs and projects included multilateral agencies (World Bank and Asian Development Bank); UN agencies such as UNDP, UNESCO, UNICEF and UNFPA; bilateral agencies including USAID, The Asia Foundation, and various German stiftungs. The executing agencies of these programs/projects were mostly government line agencies, i.e., departments and bureaus.

AIJC participated in two important national communication campaigns, i.e., Philippine Centennial Celebration (1996-1998) and the Philippines 2000 for the Medium-Term Philippine Development Plan