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Amexcid implements cooperation programs to address structural causes of migration / @aliciabarcena @SRE_mx >>>

#SRE.- Mexico, through the Mexican Agency for International Development Cooperation (Amexcid) and the mechanisms of International Cooperation for Development (CID), promotes South-South cooperation and addresses the structural causes of irregular migration, so that it becomes a decision and not an obligation.

The Mexican agency allocates 108.3 million dollars for cooperation programs that address the structural causes of migration, and carries out actions in this area in eight countries, benefiting 71,000 people. It plans to invest a total of US$148.5 million for development programs, benefiting 91,000 people.

By investing in these programs, the population is served in their places of origin and the intention to migrate is reduced. The beneficiaries of the Sembrando Vida program, implemented in El Salvador and Honduras, report a 91% and 87% reduction, respectively, in their intention to migrate.

Similarly, the Jóvenes Construyendo el Futuro program, implemented in El Salvador and Honduras, recorded a reduction in the intention to migrate of 37.7% and 28%, respectively.

Amexcid currently coordinates and executes 26 international cooperation projects for development, both horizontal and supply-side, in migrant-sending countries such as Honduras, Colombia, Venezuela, Haiti, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Belize, Panama and Guatemala.

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