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August 22, 2014

USAID supports Mexico’s competitiveness-related priorities as outlined in the Government of Mexico's National Development Plan, promoting the systemic reforms that will ultimately result in increased private investment, sustained economic growth, and the generation of employment opportunities for Mexico’s young people.

August 22, 2014

USAID supports the Government of Mexico's efforts to achieve a low-carbon future by focusing on low emissions development strategies and on specific mitigation efforts in both the energy use and the forestry, land-use and land-use change sectors. Recognizing global climate change as a policy priority for Mexico and the United States, USAID/Mexico has programmed a total of USD$43 million since 2010 under President Obama’s Global Climate Change Initiative with the Government of Mexico as its principal partner.

August 22, 2014

USAID’s initiatives work to advance the protection of human rights and prevent abuses by supporting Government of Mexico and civil society efforts on protection, outreach, and awareness. USAID promotes the incorporation of human rights-based approaches into federal- and state-level policies, and facilitates dialogue and engagement between the Government of Mexico and civil society on human rights issues.

August 22, 2014

In 2008, the Government of Mexico approved a constitutional reform mandating the nation-wide adoption of a new adversarial criminal justice system in the country. Falling under the broader bilateral Merida Initiative, USAID’s current rule of law initiatives total approximately USD$94 million and are focused on supporting the Government of Mexico, civil society, and other legal institutions to transition to the new oral, adversarial criminal justice system at both the federal and state levels by 2016.

August 22, 2014

USAID supports the Government of Mexico’s efforts to improve citizen security through the development and testing of prevention models that mitigate the community-level impacts of crime and violence.

August 21, 2014

Working with Mexican public- and private-sector institutions, USAID initiatives support Mexican priorities in crime and violence prevention, rule of law, human rights and global climate change. USAID´s work in all four areas focuses on developing models and mechanisms to leverage public- and private-sector resources, increase individual and institutional capacity, and strengthen policy and legal frameworks that support reforms. The accomplishments presented in this document reflect results from Fiscal Year 2013.


Last updated: November 20, 2014

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