FXB India: Let’s end dark economics of domestic servitude

Satya Prakash, FXB India Program Manager, wrote an article for The New India Express on modern day slavery in the form of domestic servitude in Delhi. “Even pets receive better care than domestic helps. Being responsible citizens, we should play our part to end domestic violence” said the FXB staff. In India, FXB is working […]

Myanmar: a vocational training … and then ?

 Diary piece from Christine Eggs, General Director  FXB International 24 March 2017 – “On mission in Myanmar (formerly known as Burma), I went to meet people who have followed professional trainings in one of our FXB centers. For over 20 years, we have provided trainings to very vulnerable young people in the sectors of clothing, […]

World Water Day

Affordable drinking water for all is a key element of the world we want to live in. There is enough water on earth to achieve that dream. The Challenge Drinking water only accounts for 1% of all the water available on earth. With demographic growth, sanitation and social issues related to water-borne diseases, climate change […]

Mongolia: a New Beginning

Enkh is a 40 year old single mother. Her older daughter has vasculitis, her 7 year old boy is disabled, unable to walk nor talk, and her youngest is only 3. When her husband passed away a few years ago, Enkh did consider ending her life. She could not work as her children needed constant […]

Uganda: A Mother Who Never Gives Up

Olivia felt like “a problem in the community.” As a mother of two children in Kampala District, Uganda, Olivia relied on her husband’s meager income from hawking plastic shoes and bags for living. The family could hardly afford daily meals. Even worse, they were thrown out of their rental house due to failure to pay […]

International Women’s Day 2017

On 2017 International Women’s Day, FXB leads tribute to the thousands of women participating in its international programs, recognizing their courage, resilience and determination to end poverty and give their children a future. Investing in children, young people and women is an investment in peace and security. Women’s stories Uganda: A mother who never gives up […]

The Difference Between Giving Charity and Empowering People

By Todd May, professor of philosophy at Clemson University, and the author of the book, A Significant Life. In this article, Mr May gives us his take on how to make global development projects successful. “There’s a huge difference between giving people charity and empowering people with the tools they need to change their lives. […]


In 1994, a National Committee – made up of representatives of the Thai Government, NGOs (including FXB) and bodies such as UNICEF, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) – was formed in order to launch a comprehensive national action plan to combat prostitution and human trafficking to Thailand. Through […]

Who Will Act on Behalf of the Rohingya People of Myanmar?

By Arlan Fuller, research associate at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and executive director of the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights Over the past three months, the Myanmar military has led a violent campaign targeting the Rohingya people in Rakhine State and currently shows no signs of relenting. In early […]