Domains of Intervention
We work alongside families living in poverty, vulnerable women and children, internally displaced persons, ethnic minorities, people living with HIV/AIDS and other diseases as well as people with disabilities.
Since 1991, our Community Development Program FXBVillage brings the extreme poor to self-sufficiency within three years. The FXBVillage provides integrated support in nutrition, health, education, and housing to meet participants’ immediate needs while building their income capacity to become economically self-sufficient.
- About 200 FXBVillage programs have been implemented.
- 84,000 people have been lifted out of extreme poverty.
- 86% of participating families remained self-sufficient four years after the program’s end.
- $140 per person, per year, for 3 years is enough to improve the lives of the most
Training youth is essential to enable them to live with dignity and meet future challenges. In addition to our Community Development activities linked to education, FXB holds specific education, life skills development and vocational training projects (for example in India, Myanmar and South Africa).
Our health programs improve access to quality health services, disease prevention, Antiretroviral Therapy (ART), psychosocial counseling, nutrition, Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH). FXB implements HIV/AIDS related programs in India and Myanmar, and specifics WASH programs in Niger, India, Rwanda and Uganda.
Our protection programs aim to prevent and reduce all forms of violence and insecurity, ensuring a safe, secure and protective environment for children and women within its intervention geography. FXB also promotes women’s empowerment and gender equality as key factors to fight poverty.
Dowload – FXB in Brief – Handout 2017