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3 The United States Agency for International Development USAID, the U.S. government’s agency for assistance, works in approximately 80 countries supporting. economic growth, agriculture and trade; global health; and democracy, conflict prevention and humanitarian assistance

4 US AID US – Mexico cooperation Annual program: $37 million Development Work with a wide range of US and Mexican institutions.

5 US AID in Mexico US AID supports Mexican initiatives on development and reform in the following areas: Democracy and governance, Health, Natural Resources, Micro-finances, Higher education

6 Democracy and Governance Transparency and accountability Good governance agenda Municipal finance Rule of law

7 Distrito Federal FOIA SAI Criminal Justice VOT HRD Mediation Durango FOIA SAI Hidalgo Gov. Innovation SAI Edo. Mexico Citizen Charters FOIA E-Government Criminal Justice Mediation Morelos Gov. Innovation FOIA SAI Puebla Gov. Innovation FOIA SAI Criminal Justice Mediation Querétaro FOIA SAI Criminal Justice Mediation Tlaxcala SAI Zacatecas Citizen Charters SAI Criminal Justice Baja California SAI E-Government Campeche FOIA SAI Coahuila Gov. Innovation Citizen Charters SAI E-Government Mediation Chiapas FOIA SAI Chihuahua SAI E-Government Criminal Justice VOT HRD Mediation Quintana Roo Gov. Innovation SAI Municipal Finance Mediation San Luis Potosí FOIA SAI Sonora Gov. Innovation Citizen Charters SAI E-Government Mediation Tamaulipas FOIA SAI E-Government VOT Mediation Veracruz FOIA SAI Yucatán Gov. Innovation FOIA SAI Jalisco FOIA SAI Mediation Guanajuato FOIA SAI Crimina Justice Mediation Nayarit FOIA SAI Mediation Aguascalientes Gov. Innovation SAI Criminal Justice Mediation Baja California Sur SAI Mediation Colima FOIA SAI Mediation Guerrero FOIA SAI E-Government HRD Michoacán Gov. Innovation Citizen Charters FOIA SAI Municipal Finance Mediation Sinaloa Gov. Innovation FOIA SAI VOT Nuevo León FOIA SAI E-Government Criminal Justice VOT HRD Tabasco Citizen Charters FOIA SAI Mediation Oaxaca SAI Criminal Justice HRD Mediation FOIA: Freedom of Information ActSAI: Supreme Audit Institutions HRD: Human Rights DefendersVOT: Victims of Torture

8 USAID’s activities * Requesting assistance (not able to serve) ACTIVE STATES 1.Chihuahua 2.Distrito Federal 3.Jalisco 4.Nuevo León 5.Oaxaca 6.Tamaulipas 7.Zacatecas 1.Aguascalientes 2.Baja California Sur 3.Campeche 4.Chiapas 5.Durango 6.Estado de México 7.Guanajuato 8.Hidalgo 9.Puebla 10.Querétaro 11.Sinaloa 12.Sonora 13.Tabasco 14.Tlaxcala 15.Veracruz 16.Yucatán REQUESTING ASSISTANCE *

9 Environment Natural resources management Targeted watersheds Biodiversity conservation Fire management & Certified Forestry Eco-Enterprises and eco-tourism Clean Production & Renewable Energy Rural Prosperity Initiative

10 Quintana Roo Coast Water quality Hotel & Municipal linkages Sewage & solid waste Chiapas Chihuahua Mexico City Oaxaca Tabasco Overall Geographic Focus Border Region Municipal Water projects Range management Pollution & Energy efficiency Míchoacan - Monarch Butterflies

11 Health: Tuberculosis & HIV/AIDS HIV/AIDS: Favorable policy environment Behavior change Tuberculosis: Bi-lateral agreement with Secretary of Health Strengthen capacity Case identification and continuity of treatment Address migration and HIV/AIDS impact on TB Border health

12 TB Program 1. Baja California 2. Chiapas 3. Chihuahua 4. Coahuila 5. Guerrero 6. Jalisco 7. Michoacán 8. Nuevo León 9. Oaxaca 10. Sonora 11. Tamaulipas 12. Veracruz 13. Zacatecas

13 Current Future HIV/AIDS Activities 1. Yucatán 2. Guerrero 3. Puebla 4. Oaxaca 5. Veracruz 6. Estado de México 7. Distrito Federal 8. Chiapas 9. Tamaulipas 10. Baja California

14 Microfinance and remittances Access to Financial Services (credit, savings and others) Micro and Small Enterprises Rural Areas Strengthen Local Market for Technical Support Expand Access to Rural and Agricultural Finance and Remittance Services Foster Effective Supervision and Regulation Improve Enabling Environment

15 EDUCATION TIES PROGRAM Cooperation on higher education Collaboration program Budget: $50 millions 8 years Two elements: 1.University partnerships 2.Community college scholarships

16 UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIPS 2003: : : (Phase II):8 TOTAL: 45

17 Additional information María Cristina Prado Castañeda Public Affairs Specialist US AID/México Paseo de la Reforma 305, Cuauhtémoc 06500, México, Distrito Federal Teléfono: (5255)


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