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Combating corruption is one of the most important policy priorities for Mexico and a critical aspect of the bilateral relationship between Mexico and the United States.


USAID supports Mexico’s goal to achieve net-zero deforestation by 2030 and meet its international environmental commitments. Nearly half of Mexico is covered by forest – a total of 88 million hectares.


Significant human rights violations including unlawful killings, torture, unresolved disappearances, and femicides unfortunately persist with impunity in Mexico.


USAID’s rule of law activities help reduce impunity and improve the effectiveness, efficiency, and accountability of Mexico’s justice institutions.


Mexico has experienced significant increases in crime and violence in recent years. Violent crime enabled by impunity and the ineffectiveness of government institutions to ensure basic security, diminishes public confidence in government, and threatens citizen well-being, economic growth, and the social fabric of communities across the country.


Last updated: April 22, 2021

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