Mexican Agency for International Development Cooperation
Development collaboration with Latin America and the Caribbean in subjects of environment, climate change, and others
Principal Office: Mexico
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.
Grant Programs for Agriculture, Energy, Environment, Natural Resources
Joint collaboration between Mexico and other countries. Mexico pursues South-South and Triangular development cooperation as a main strategy.
Subject areas sometimes include subject areas such as biodiversity, environmental management, urban environment, sustainable tourism, and others.
Link to calls for proposals
APPLICATION: AMCEXCID sometimes announces calls for proposals. Each call describes objectives; eligibility criteria; proposal requirements; and application deadlines.
Additionally, AMCEXCID posts a form for organizations that want to propose projects of international cooperation with Mexico.
About how to present proposals (Spanish, English)
Geographical Distribution of Grant Activities in Developing Countries
AMEXCID defines Central America and the rest of Latin America and the Caribbean as its geographical priority, without identifying specific countries.
Latin America and Caribbean
AMEXCID’s website is available in Spanish.
AMEXCID posts scholarships and training courses.
Mexico’s Observatory of International Development Cooperation (Observatorio de Cooperación Internacional para el Desarrollo) is a useful resource of programs, links, news, and events.
Mexico’s National Council for Science and Technology (CONACYT) engages in several programs of international cooperation.