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  • USAID supports youth in cleaning up their communities and creating more safe spaces.

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  • USAID programs support Mexican initiatives in justice system reform

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  • USAID works with the Mexican government and civil society partners to increase youth employment skills.

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  • USAID works with the Mexican government and civil society to measure and reduce greenhouse gas emissions from deforestation.

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  • USAID supports summer camps and other activities to keep youth engaged and in school.

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The new Women's Justice Center enhances assistance and protection for women.
Women's Justice Center Opens Doors in Mexico

About Mexico

Working with Mexican public- and private-sector institutions, USAID supports the country's initiatives to improve citizen security and well-being. USAID programs support Mexican leadership in specific technical areas that are high priorities for both the U.S. and Mexican Governments, including:

  1. Mexico’s commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions;
  2. economic competitiveness to improve citizens’ lives;
  3. development and testing of models to mitigate the impact of community crime and violence; and
  4. implementation of criminal justice constitutional reforms that protect citizens’ rights.

Work in all four areas focus 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.

Last updated: September 22, 2014

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Contact Information

Mission Contact

Sean Jones, Mission Director
American Embassy
Paseo de la Reforma 305, Cuauhtemoc
Mexico City
Distrito Federal
Postal Code - M 
Fax 52-55-50802000 Ext. 4864

USAID Contact

Julie Ciccarone