"The efforts of FXB India deserve full appreciation because of the specific focus on reaching out to children."
Who We Are
FXB INDIA SURAKSHA is a non-governmental organisation dedicated to working for vulnerable children, especially those infected and affected by AIDS and Poverty.
We started operations in India since 1991 and the FXB India Suraksha has now completed six years registered (registered in 2007) as an Indian not-profit Section 25 company. The word ‘Suraksha’ (meaning ‘security and protection’) emphasizes our commitment to provide a security net to all children and for those specially affected and infected by disease and Poverty.
Latest At FXB
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Renewing the partnership with AREVA Foundation
FXB and AREVA Foundation have been partners for more than five years and are now launching a new program to provide comprehensive care to the residents of three villages in Rajasthan, India.The villages of Lawan, Dhursar and Rayad are all located close to solar power plants being deployed by AREVA Solar. ... Read More
KISS Humanitarian Award
FXB's President and Founder Albina du Boisrouvray has been invited for a Humanitarian Award for her contribution towards reducing poverty and for child rights in India. The award will be conferred to her in India in February next year by Kalinga Institute of Social Sciences (KISS), Bhubaneswar, Orissa. ... Read More
Awareness rallies commemorate World AIDS Day
India has 2.4 million HIV positive people. It’s estimated that out of these 61% are male, 39% are female and 3.5% are children (Source-AIDS Alliance). But there is a silver lining in those figures. Recently released UNAIDS Report 2013 claims that India has managed to reduce new HIV infections by a staggering 57% since 2001.
And as the world observed World Aids Day on 1st December, FXB India Suraksha continues to strive hard and highlight the critical need of creating awareness amongst the effected community and supporting them to tackle the HIV epidemic.
FXB India Suraksha stall at NGO Asia Expo attracts tremendous excitement
"This basket is elegant, classy, handy and so beautiful, all at the same time. And more than anything else it connects you to a social cause, which makes you feel good", says Anjali Katoch, Deputy Area Coordinator- SOS Children's Villages India, who bought a basket made of kauna weeds by a Self Help Group initiated by FXB India Suraksha at Manipur, India.
The experience was shared by Anjali Katoch, one of the many visitors who had a chance to visit the FXB India Suraksha stall at NGO Asia Expo in Gurgaon on 19 - 20 November 2013. NGO Asia Expo is Asia's premier exhibition for NGO's, NPO's and social foundations which tries to examine issues of pressing global concern, share innovative ideas and practices, and build strategic partnerships.
Spreading smiles on Children's Day
With sparkling eyes, excitement on her face, 7 year old Anvi was clearly delighted. She could not wait to tap her feet on the dance floor as FXB India Suraksha celebrated Children's day along with the Childline India Foundation. Anvi was not the only one, there were many more such kids who were all thrilled and pumped up.
The day started with an opening message by the Ms Mamta Borgoyary, CEO, FXB India Suraksha who welcomed the guests and underprivileged kids who are supported by both the NGOs to make them aware of Right to education and protection towards child abuse. A play was also enacted by the kids on the same theme.
First-of-its-kind ‘SAFE Child Protection Toolkit’ emphasizes the urgency of improving child protection
In a state like Rajasthan, where the rates of child labor are steadily increasing and the government expenditure on children and quality education is inadequate, the rights of children and adolescents becomes prime concern.
To address the urgent challenges faced by children and adolescents living in Rajasthan, a conference - “Children and Adolescents in Rajasthan – A Critical Rights Agenda” was organised on August 8, 2013 by the FXB Center for Health and Human Rights at Harvard University and the Public Health Foundation of India’s Academic arm – Indian Institute of Public Health, Delhi and FXB India Suraksha. Civil society organizations, academics, and government representatives also joined hands to discuss barriers in implementation of schemes focused on adolescent and child rights, as well as scaling up best practices that have effectively addressed the needs of vulnerable children in Rajasthan.
Action against Human Trafficking
Jagek Bera: Empowering adolescent girls to prevent human trafficking
A Three day residential workshop for adolescent tribal girls in Ranchi, Jharkhand
What happens to a girl once she is taken to the city? Why do the boys want to take young girls to the city? Serious thought provoking questions like this surfaced during the recently held workshop with more than 60 adolescent girls from the remote tribal areas who participated in this three day residential workshop on building awaremess against human trafficking and unsafe migration, organised by FXB India Suraksha. The three days residential workshop “Jagek Bera” was hosted at State Institute of Rural Development (SIRD), Jharkhand, Ranchi from 3-5th June 2013.
Held in partnership with the State Commission for Women, Jharkhand with support from UN WOMEN and ARZ, the workshop aimed at empowering and building capacities in adolescent girls in prevention of trafficking and unsafe migration.