Historical Background

FXB Rwanda started its work in 1995 under FXB International created in 1989. In 2012, FXB Rwanda was registered as a local Non-Governmental Organization and continued to be affiliated to FXB International.

In the last 26 years, FXB Rwanda has success- fully implemented more than 45 programs with the aim of lifting up exposed communities from extreme poverty and vulnerability. Through its implemented programs, FXB Rwanda has directly and indirectly supported more than 1,3 million of beneficiaries and reached more than 3,500,000 community members all across Rwanda.

FXB Rwanda’s target beneficiaries are mostly Orphan and Vulnerable Children (OVC) from poorest families living or affected by HIV/AIDS. To attain highest impacts, FXB Rwanda collaborate with different stakeholders: community health workers, community based volunteers, ‘Inshuti z’Umuryango’, local leaders, and different governmental and non-governmental actors.

FXB Rwanda In Action

The FXB’s support came as a response to this humanitarian crisis to provide solutions to the needy people. For example, from 1995 to 1998, FXB Rwanda constructed 528 houses for homeless families providing shelter for 2600 people. About fifty children from centers for unaccompanied children were able to find a host family while AIDs prevention sessions were held for the communities of Rutobwe and Nyamabuye in the Southern Province.

Area Of Interventions

So far, 45 programs and projects have been implemented in 11 districts across different provinces throughout the country including the City of Kigali.

The ongoing programs are: USAID TURENGERE ABANA, SUGIRA MURYANGO and FXBVILLAGES implemented in nine districts namely Nyarugenge, Muhanga, Nyanza, Huye, Musanze,Burera, Ngoma, Rubavu and Kayonza.FXB Rwanda will begin interventions in Rwamagana District in October,2020.