How can your company help fight COVID-19 in Mexico?

Depending on the specific intervention, private sector assistance could take the form of: 

  • Expertise and skill sets (e.g., supply chain, data analytics, marketing/communications, technology and innovation) 
  • Use of company assets (e.g., locations for vaccinations, equipment)  
  • Collaboration with and/or funding of local or international organizations undertaking COVID response programs 
  • Provision of funding or donated items to government entities 

Country-Specific Needs

Increasing Vaccine Access & Delivery

Logistics, Warehousing, and Infrastructure 

  • Support outsourcing of, or provide donations for, cold-chain maintenance supplies and equipment
  • Provide expertise on gaps, challenges, and opportunities to strengthen the country’s vaccine storage and handling process

Vaccine Distribution, Planning, and Sites of Delivery 

  • Support outsourcing of, or provide donations for, 3.5-ton vehicles with refrigeration systems (in-country) to enable last-mile deliveries of vaccines

Data and Monitoring

  • Provide IT infrastructure (hardware and software), platforms, and/or resources to support the Epidemiological and Health Intelligence Unit on epidemiological surveillance and field operations at the federal, state, and local level

Expanding Availability of Tests, Therapeutics, and/or Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Supply Availability and Logistics

  • Provide supplies and equipment to strengthen the infrastructure and operations of the National Institute of Diagnostics and  Epidemiological Reference (INDRE), particularly to enhance its Biosafety Level 3 Laboratory 
  • Support outsourcing of, or provide donation for, mobile laboratories with Level 2 capacity to expand testing capacity across the country, particularly in remote locations and disaster areas
  • Provide donation of disposable/reusable personal protective equipment for medical personnel (e.g., mask respirators, gowns)

Staffing, Training, and Administration

  • Offer training opportunities in the areas of preparedness and response, warehouse logistics and planning, strategy, data analytics, and medical waste disposal

For Mexico-specific questions, or to coordinate assistance, please contact the USAID/Mexico Mission: Maria Marissen at; Gabriel Sanchez at and please copy the COVID-19 Taskforce Private Sector Engagement team in Washington, DC at

The purpose of this Country Profile is to provide information to the public regarding possible COVID-19 needs and priorities in specific countries.  This is not a Request for Information, Request for Proposal (RFP), or Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) and in no way commits USAID to issue an RFP/NOFO or to make an award.  This does not constitute an obligation of funds, nor does it constitute a legally binding commitment or create any rights in any third party.  Nothing in this shall be construed as a partnership or other type of legal entity or personality or as an exclusive working relationship.  Organizations are responsible for any and all expenses incurred relating to actions or activities undertaken related to this Country Profile.  This Country Profile is a work of the United States Government.  Use of this Country Profile by an organization does not imply endorsement by USAID of the organization or its activities.