Awards and Recognition
FXB’s work with the most vulnerable communities has garnered numerous expert recognitions and awards since 1989.
2021 : FXB India Suraksha wins second place in the “BRICS India Solutions for Sustainable Development Goals Awards 2021”
2019 : FXB Mongolia received the prize for the best NGO in the Dornogovi aimag in the “Development” category.
2017 : Presentation of the “Mongolian Quality Award” to FXB and the title of “Best Manager” to its Program Director by the National Committee for Business and Development in Mongolia.
2013 : The Yi Culture Research Center of Central University of Nationalities (CUN) and China Social Welfare Foundation (CSWF) have awarded the FXBVillage Programs in Bu Tuo with a Special Contribution Award for its involvement in the Yi Community development in China. This ethnic group is marginalized and has a scary rate of poverty and illiteracy, especially among women.
2011 : In his book “La Voix”, Edgar Morin, a famous French sociologist and philosopher, points out that “… an organization such as the Association François-Xavier Bagnoud, which fights poverty and AIDS in Africa, works in perfect harmony with the communities it helps. » (p.125).
2008 : The FXBVillage model was recognized in UNICEF’s annual Children and AIDS stocktaking report as a strong example of a community-based program for vulnerable families.
2007 : Certificate of Merit awarded to FXB Rwanda by the Rwandan Executive Committee of the network of international non-governmental organizations.
2006 : Madame Jeannette Kagame, First Lady of the country, awarded a Certificate of Merit to FXB Rwanda in recognition of FXB’s outstanding work in caring for orphans and vulnerable children.
2003 : Albina du Boisrouvray received the “Lifetime Achievement Award” at the 4th International Conference on AIDS in India, in recognition for the projects that she initiated in the 35 States and Territories of India.
2002 : UNAIDS cited the FXBVillage program as a case study in effectively meeting the needs of children affected by AIDS in its 2002 annual report on the epidemic. (page 142).
2001 : The Harvard Project for International Health and Development Prize is awarded to Albina du Boisrouvray, Founder and Honorary President of FXB.
What Experts say
Amartya Sen, Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences in 1998
Harvey Fineberg, President of the Institute of Medicine USA, Dean of the Harvard School of Public Health 1997-2001
Dr Paul Farmer, Co-founder of Partners in Health, Professor at Harvard University
Julio Frenk, Dean of the Harvard School of Public Health
David Ignatius, Associate Editor of the Washigton Post
Sir James Wolfensohn, President of the World Bank 1995-2005
Kofi Annan, Former Secretary General of the United Nations