Welcome to FXB Uganda a non profit Organization established in Uganda in 1990 and currently registered as a local Ugandan NGO, Reg No 8179 FXB Uganda has over 26 years of experience working with children in vulnerable households in six districts (Kampala, Wakiso, Nakaseke, Luweero, Iganga and Kyenjojo) of Central, Eastern and Western Uganda. Over the 26 years in Uganda, FXB Uganda has implemented a response approach, code named the “FXB-Village”. The FXB-Village is a community- based, holistic model of care and support that aims to improve the long-term wellbeing of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) by reinforcing the capacities of families to meet their own needs, as well as the needs of OVC in their care. Each, FXB-Village project supports for 3 years 80-100 households affected by HIV/AIDS and extreme poverty, comprising children, caregivers, and adult dependents. Recognized as a best practice by UNICEF and UNAIDS, the FXB-Village has been implemented in over 26 communities across 6 districts in Uganda. These projects have directly served more than 15,000 enrolled households comprising at least 100,000 children and adults. More than 500,000 indirect beneficiaries in targeted communities have benefited from prevention, child protection, economic strengthening, water and sanitation, food security and nutrition, as well as integrating addressing violence against women at both family and community level.

Child protection Policy

Child Protection Policy PREAMBLE As a national child-centered community development organization, FXB Uganda is fully committed to promoting the realization of children’s rights, including their right to protection from violence and abuse. That means we have particular responsibilities to children that we come into contact with. FXB Uganda believes that in a world where children …

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Lunkuse Felista

Lunkuse Felista (P-MMT-0020) is a 38 old single mother of 4 boys living in Tula, Maganjo Parish, Nabweru Sub-county Wakiso District. The husband abandoned her in 2013 following a domestic misunderstanding. Life became difficult when 3 of her school going children started missing school and eventually dropped out of school due to school fees.  Feeding …

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