children-practicing-urban-horticultureFXB Uganda program currently supports over 5000 vulnerable children in selected areas in Wakiso, Kampala, Kyenjojo and Iganga across its various projects which include; Uganda Private Health Sector (UPHS), Sustainable Comprehensive Responses to Vulnerable Children and their Families (SCORE), WASHE and FXB Village projects. Each project ensures vulnerable families have access to comprehensive basic package of; health, education, psycho-social and income generation services, among others to strengthen and empower their capabilities for sustainable growth and development.

In one of FXB’S lead intervention strategies called the “FXB Village project”, it is designed to last for three year, with scaled down costs each year, since basic materials for income generation are provided at the beginning of the program and families become increasingly self –sufficient and more capable of managing their subsistence including (feeding, schooling and medical) costs each year. With profits from projects grants, families participate in financing their subsistence in year two and three of the project


  • Provide support to children to access formal education
  • Provide income generation projects to families to obtain subsistence
  • Provide beneficiaries with access to basic and quality medical services
  • HIV/AIDS prevention and Psycho-social support to communities
  • Promote good sanitary standards including environmental conservation
  • Promote rights of children