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Published on Oct 5, 2015
Generation Rescue is a documentary that follows four women in Burundi who are on a journey to uplift themselves from poverty. Thanks to receiving food, health, housing resources and business training from their participation in the FXBVillage program, these women learn how to create economic stability for themselves. By telling the story of how these determined women gained independence and empowerment, this film gives the viewer insight into what is actually needed to eradicate extreme poverty.
FXB is an international organization with a 25-year history of breaking the cycle of poverty. Using its pioneering FXBVillage model, FXB invests in networks of the world’s poorest people, providing the basic needs of life: housing, healthcare, education and food. It then provides training to start a business enabling people to pay for those basic needs themselves and become self-sufficient within three years.