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MATT-Final-1

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3. Good Health and Well Being (
Goal 3
) and Decent Work and Economic Growth (
Goal 8
)
Policy-Oriented
Success of advocacy as a method of problem solving
Creating sustainable change in how government and
organizations perceive and impact a social and economic challenges.
Impact public policy in both countries
1. Policy-Oriented
2. The United Nations 2030 Development Agenda and Sustainable Development Goals


US businesses working in both Mexico & US
US businesses working in Mexico
Mexican businesses working in Mexico
Current Political Climate in Mexico

Officials selected will be the first group eligible for re-election in the history of the country.
This year's elections include:
President (6 years)
500 Federal Members of Congress (6 years)
128 Senators (6 years)
8 State Governors (3 years)
927 members of State Legislators (3 years)
1,598 Mayors (3 years)
Role of Players
Governments
17 Sustainable Goals
layout ambitious commitment to address multiple global challenges and
The United Nations
2030 Development Agenda
and
Sustainable
Development Goals

169 Targets
that sets a specific measurable and time bound outcome that directly contributes to the achievement of the goal

231 Indicators
that measure progress towards the target based on established data
Role of Players
Individual
Responsible for tracking and facilitating the implementation of Agenda 2030 and its Sustainable Development Goals
Their tasks include:

Build ongoing Dialogue with multiple stakeholders
provide a multi-sectoral view of the public administration
Promote partnerships with constituencies within and across governments
Generate Budget

Role of Players
Businesses
Role of Players
Civil Society
Why businesses should care about the SDGs
The global goals campaign represents a significant new opportunity for companies that view emerging and frontier markets as their source of long-term growth.
Jumpstart in their industry by organizing
The goals cannot be realized without business participation. The price tag for accomplishing these global goals is estimated to be up to $9.3 trillion for 15 years.
Business are needed for private finance, management experience and subject matter experts
Considered necessary because of their crucial roles in society as agents of accountability and service delivery.
This is especially true in countries, and communities, where governance is considered “bad,”
Are the best advocates to bridge the gap between government, private sector and impacted community because of their reach, nature and access to all sectors.
CSO can act as
the voice of the vulnerable communities
Agents of accountability
Service delivery agents
Data collection, reporting and monitoring

Implementers
Evaluators
Be engaged

US and Mexico acting upon the AGENDA 2030
2017 National Council for the 2030 Agenda launched
32 State Governments represented
20 Federal Agencies represented
International Agencies,
Private Sector, Universities, Civil Society Organizations

Primary Goal:
Leverage Government and Private Sector
resources to assist Return Migrants to start their own businesses in the formal economy

Primary Goal:
Empower Nurses
to improve health, contribute to gender equality and building stronger economy

Primary Goal:
Collaborate with multi-sector partners
in both countries to promote the 2030 Agenda SDGs regionally

Mexico Current Situation and Challenges
Alignment "Salud Nuevas Fronteras" with GOAL 3 specific TARGETS

Target 3.4: By 2030,
reduce by one third premature mortality
from non-communicable diseases through prevention and treatment and promote mental health and well-being
Indicator 3.4.1:
Mortality rate
attributed to cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes or chronic respiratory disease
Goal 3 has 9 Targets, 21 Indicators, 5 outlined means of implementation (those have 4 indicators)
Our “Means of Implementation,” aligned with the SDGs
Targets (Means of Implementation) 3.C:
Substantially increase health financing and the recruitment, development, training and retention
of the health workforce in developing countries, especially in least developed countries and small island developing States
Indicator 3.C.1:
Health worker density and distribution
Mexico Current Situation and Challenges
More Nurses Retiring and Less Nurses Entering the workforce
The distribution of the health workforce in the country is not evenly distributed specially in the rural municipalities.
Nurses per 1000
Alignment "Migracion en Retorno" with GOAL 8 specific TARGETS
Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work for all

Target 8.3: Promote development-oriented policies that support productive activities, decent job creation, entrepreneurship, creativity and innovation, and encourage the formalization and growth of micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises, including through access to financial services
Elections
US businesses working in US
Mexico’s Progress Regarding de SDGs
2018
Budget will
consider SDGs
Additional targets also include:

Target 8.2: “Achieve higher levels of economic productivity through diversification, technological upgrading and innovation, including through a focus on high-value added and labor-intensive sectors”

Target 8.8: “Protecting labor rights and promote safe and secure environments for all workers, including migrant workers, in particular women, and those in precarious employment”

Target 8.10 Strengthen the capacity of domestic financial institutions to encourage and expand access to banking, insurance and financial services


Mexico Current Situation and Challenges
Mexico Current Situation and Challenges
cont...
Return Migration and Informal Economy
Blue:

States where return migrants are going

Red:
Birthplace of returning migrants

NEXT STEPS
Work with Mexican new legislation to align budget and policies to Agenda 2030
Work with UN as a partner to promote Agenda 2030 in the US-Mexico Region, focusing on Goal 17 PARTNERSHIPS
Work with US Gov´t to align Mexico´s plan to Agenda 2030
Work with Mexican new administration to align the Plan Nacional de Desarrollo to Agenda 2030
57% of all of Mexico’s employment is in the informal economy,
Lack social protection,
Do not exercise rights at work and
Lack representation and voice in the workplace.
They are therefore excluded from benefits provided by the state, private markets, and political process
This makes them “insecure and vulnerable.”
Individuals in the informal sector
What we are doing now:
Based on the study THE END OF AN ERA one of the areas that migrants appreciate the most when in the US is the rule of law and the formal economy

Migrants are also more interested in starting their own business upon their return to Mexico that working for someone else

MATT is currently working with public and private sector to provide the return migrant population the tools and resources to start their own business in their home communities and be part of the formal economy in Mexico

In the U.S. the Private Sector Leads the SDG Efforts
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