20864677644_45d52438a8_oFXb India Suraksha (FXBIS) is an Indian non-governmental, non-profit organization providing developmental assistance to disadvantaged children, families and communities in rural and urban India. The well-being and protection of children is at the heart of all FXBIS interventions. In order to ensure a child-friendly environment  FXBIS is committed to redress social vulnerabilities by empowering marginalized families and strengthening communities.

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O U R  PURPOSE

FXBIS endeavours to empower people to lead a life of dignity, by creating a safe, healthy and productive environment.

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O U R  GOAL

In ten years, that is by 2027, FXBIS shall enable 5 million families to lead a life of dignity.

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As the country chapter of the Geneva-based NGO François-Xavier Bagnoud International (FXBI), FXB’s activities in India date back to 1991. In 2007 FXB India Suraksha was established as an autonomous Indian entity registered under section 8 of the Companies Act, 2013.

FXBIS’ area of intervention expanded over the years from its original focus on working with families affect by HIV/Aids to a community-based, multi-sectoral programme approach along its four ‘Domains for Change’ – Access to Quality Education, Poverty and Livelihood, Improved Health Status, and Child Rights and Protection.

Currently FXBIS is directly implementing projects covering issues related to the areas of children rights and protection, gender equality, improved health and nutrition, sanitation and water, care and support to HIV/AIDS infected and affected people, better education, enhanced livelihoods options as well as human trafficking prevention. Today, FXBIS works in different pockets across 10 Indian states and 1 union territory reaching out to over 6,50,000 families through its community-based integrated interventions.

To be a change maker with FXB India Suraksha, please write to us at

FXB INDIA SURAKSHA

D – 60, Second Floor
Kalka Ji
New Delhi – 110019. India
Tel: +91 11 49203350
Fax: +91 11 49203351
Email: fxbindia@fxbsuraksha.org

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