FXBVillage Model in Uganda was featured in a case study as a best-in-class example of forming partnerships while avoiding duplication of services and ensuring the sustainability of those services. The case study will be used in training designed for USAID missions to aid in designing Graduation Approach programs as well as partner organizations who will respond to Requests for Assistance. The training participants will review the case study when they consider partnerships as part of establishing objectives and graduation criteria.
The case study was developed by Freedom from Hunger and Accelerating Strategies for Practical Innovation and Research in Economic Strengthening (ASPIRES), through FHI 360 and USAID, who are responsible for developing a training for USAID Mission offices on graduation programs.
The FXB Village Model has been chosen as one of the three case studies to be used in the training. Download the case study here: FXB Case StudyTrainingUSAIDMissions
The FXBVillage Model is a comprehensive, integrated, time-bound and sustainable methodology that helps people in vulnerable communities permanently escape extreme poverty. This methodology was first developed in 1991 by FXB. FXB currently operates 16 such programs in Burundi, China, Colombia, India, Mongolia, Rwanda and Uganda. 83,500 children and adults have been lifted out of poverty through the FXBVillage programs.