Mexico Without Hunger National Program
It is an Inclusion and Social Welfare Strategy of national scope, which aims to ensure food security and nutrition of 7.01 million Mexicans which currently live in extreme poverty and seeks to contribute to the full exercise of their right to food.
It draws from principles of coordination between different agencies of the Federal Public Administration and through partnerships with civil society and the private sector. It consists of a multi-year basis, it has short-, medium- and long-term objectives in order to assess achievements and identify opportunities, and take precepts of accountability, transparency and responsibility.
|Classification||Production conditions, Production, Post-production, Income, Food Aid, Domestic trade, Sanitary conditions, Health and nutrition, Emergencies and natural resources|
|Date||2014 - 2018|
Inter-sectoral Commission for the Implementation of the Crusade Against Hunger Instancia incluyente para el diálogo entre los sectores público, privado y social para generar acuerdos para fortalecer, complementar y/o mejorar las líneas de acción.
National Council of the Crusade Against Hunger (CNCCH) Tiene por objetivo coordinar, articular y complementar las acciones, programas y recursos necesarios para el cumplimiento de los objetivos previstos.
"Ley General de Desarrollo Social": General Law of Social Development, states that the National Policy for Social Development has, among other objectives, to promote conditions that ensure the enjoyment of social, individual or collective rights, guaranteeing access to social development programs and equality opportunities and, among those rights, is the right to food.
"Art. 178 de la Ley de Desarrollo Rural Sustentable": Art. 178 of the Law of Sustainable Rural Development, which establishes that the State shall establish measures to ensure food supplies and basic and strategic products to the population, promoting their access to disadvantaged social groups and giving priority to national production, in order to contribute to food security.
It aims to support actions that serve 7.2 million people in extreme poverty and are also in a state of food insecurity.
|Number of beneficiaries||
Currently 1,012 municipalities. A total of 7.2 million people who are homeless and live with food shortages.
- The right to food in Mexico
- FNS governance scheme and policy articulation in Mexico
- Mexico: Sectoral laws in
- View policies, plans and strategies by category: