FXB India Suraksha (FXBIS) is an Indian non-governmental, non-profit organization providing development assistance to marginalized children, women, and communities in rural and urban India. Since inception, the organization has had a special focus for children, especially those from marginalized communities and the HIV/AIDS infected or affected children.
Its mission: Provide people living in extreme poverty with the tools and support they need to become self-sufficient.
To address the needs of children comprehensively, FXBIS follows an ‘integrated development’ approach model, wherein it designs programmes on livelihood, health and education for the community as a whole, so that the vulnerable, especially women and children are provided a safe, healthy and sustainable environment to thrive in. Our four domains of interventions, namely, Livelihood Promotion, Access to Quality Education, Improved Health Status, and Protection & Safety, together exert to create a net of protection and welfare in the community we intervene.
FXBIS began its operations in 2007, as a registered Indian entity under Section 8 of the Companies Act 1956, modified under section 8 of the Companies Act, 2013 with an objective of assisting people to lead a life of dignity by creating safe, healthy and productive environment. It is currently working in the states of Delhi, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Jharkhand, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, and 1 UT, Puducherry. The organization has begun the process of expanding its work in West Bengal by 2020.
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