Two families having experience in running small business started income generating activities thanks to electric lines provided by FXB. The first family has collected its first harvest of onions while the car repair store of the second family is going on and gets more clients
The most successful improvement is not a material support for beneficiaries, but the psychological support and counselling. It helps participants to be dynamic and become more pro-active. Income generating activity, medical and nutritional support, school support, vocational training and group activities, all continue in 2017.
The FXB Village program creates a network of 100 poverty-stricken families – a total of 500 to 600 people, half of whom are children. For three years, they receive nutritional, health, lodging and educational support as well as seed money so that each family can begin income-generating activities (IGA). By earning stable, regular income, the families are in a position to meet their own needs.