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Programs

Since 1995 when FXB Rwanda was established, 45 programs and projects have been implemented in 11 districts across different provinces throughout the country including the City of Kigali. Most of the programs have phased out and have left impact in the communities, where they were being implemented. For the moment, FXB Rwanda is implementing 6 programs (USAID TURENGERE ABANA, SUGIRA MURYANGO and FXBVillages, AMIE,WASH & NUTRITION and NSP-HIV/TB Global Funds) in nine districts namely Nyarugenge, Muhanga, Nyanza, Huye,Musanze, Burera, Ngoma, Rubavu and Kayonza.

IGIRE-Turengere Abana

In this program, HIV interventions are provided aiming at reducing vulnerability and HIV incidence among Orphans and Vulnerable Children and their households and adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) in high HIV burden districts in Rwanda.

Sugira Muryango

Early Childhood Development interventions reach the children in early development ages and their caregivers engaging both male and female caregivers with the intention of improving these children’s early chidhood development.

FXBVillages

The three year model targeting community confirmed vulnerable families aiming at levelling up their resilience through empowering them economically ; offering nutritional, social, and WASH support as well as supporting their children in education.

AMIE

At risk Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW) are supported with HIV prevention interventions including gathering them in safe spaces for HIV prevention education and empowering them economically among others.

WASH & Nutrition

The families with nutrition vulnerability are supported with skills and financial support and/or food for malnutrition elimination. The same families and community members around are targeted for improved WASH practices.

NSP-HIV/TB Global Funds

The stigma free environment creation through messaging and advocacy for key population (FSWs, MSM, Transgender & PWUD) living issues to access improved health are provided to them in the course of HIV prevention.

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