1. Publication by the Global AIDS Policy Coalition (GAPC) of “AIDS in the World I” by the FXB Foundation.
2. Creation of the FXB Chair in Health and Human Rights at Harvard University, USA which was awareded to Jonathan Mann.
3. FXB Thailand: liberation of Thai and Burmese Sex Workers at the Thai-Burmese border. (After this intervention initiated by Albina du Boisrouvray via FXB, the first program in Myanmar launched in 1993 to reintegrate the Burmese sex workers in their homeland.)
4. FXB Thailand: inauguration of four FXB Houses for HIV positive or AIDS infected orphaned children in Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai. (Since 2002 this program was passed on to the Thai NGO, Support Children Foundation.)
5. Launch of FXB Uruguay: FXB House of Montevideo for street children (Hope for Children Project) promoting AIDS prevention, education and Rights of the Child (this program is now passed on to a community organisation).
6. Launch of FXB Colombia: FXB House of Barranquilla for HIV positive or AIDS infected orphaned children.It was the first initiative in Colombia’s Caribbean region that worked with HIV families. During its existence it helped more than 400 children receive an integral attention.
7. FXB Switzerland: inauguration of the FXB Palliative Home Care team in Sion.
8. FXB Kenya: the FXB House in the suburbs of Nairob provides a shelter for HIV-infected children (this program is now passed on to a local community organisation).
9. Launch of The first FXB Aerospace Prize, recognising the contributions of those in the aerospace field to the advancement and benefit of humanity. The prize was administered by the Aerospace Engineering Department, University of Michigan, where François-Xavier graduated and received his BSE degree.