The United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS)
Ministry of Mobility and the Electric Transportation Service of Mexico City
Transport Regulatory Body of Mexico City
Urban Electric Train System, Jalisco
Inter-municipal System of Drinking Water and Sewerage Services, Jalisco
Ministry of Environment and Territorial Development, Jalisco
Ministry of Planning, Administration and Finance, Jalisco
UNOPS in Mexico supports municipal, state and national government partners with implementing sustainable infrastructure and development projects. It also supports partners’ initiatives aimed at fighting against corruption in public management by fostering transparency, effectiveness and efficiency.
Through the implementation of national and international best practices, UNOPS works with partners to help optimize public procurement processes in the sectors of health, public finance, water and sanitation, and public transportation.
UNOPS also helps partners increase the quality of public works, which improves basic services provided to the public. It supports the implementation of reforms and organizational improvements of state institutions, taking into account both national priorities and the Sustainable Development Goals.
- UNOPS impact in Mexico
- Strengthened the capacity of public purchasers to carry-out efficient, transparent and quality processes with a minimum need for external support.
- Promoted sustainable urban development in the state of Jalisco in partnership with the Government and support from UN Environment.
- Conducted environmental studies on the Green River Basin to help with infrastructure planning.
- 129.2MPopulationTotal population
Total population is based on the de facto definition of population, which counts all residents regardless of legal status or citizenship. The values shown are midyear estimates.
Source: data.worldbank.org (2017)
We aim to take our partnership further — to develop more opportunities, working together in support of Mexico’s agenda to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.”