Mexican International Cooperation for Development Agency (AMEXCID)

The projects presented here are voluntarily provided by InterAction members and are not intended to be a complete representation of this donor’s activities.

Created in 2011, the Mexican Agency for International Development Cooperation (AMEXCID) is an agency of Mexico’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Mexico’s priority areas of development cooperation are education, health, environment and climate change, and science and technology. Geographic priorities are Central America; the rest of Latin America and the Caribbean; and developing countries of Asia-Pacific and Africa.

Acronym: (AMEXCID)



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