Improving Mexicans’ living conditions, #4YearsofGovernment

We have gone beyond the welfare approach to adopt best practices.

Popular Insurance Coverage has been expanded; we reached high schools, technological colleges and universities to enable students to have medical insurance from the Mexican Institute of Social Security.

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To address poverty, the Prospera program was promoted, which now supports 6.8 million families and includes college scholarships and support for productive projects.

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At the start of this Administration, the National Crusade against Hunger and the National Inclusion Strategy were launched and Community Kitchens created.

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Millions of beneficiaries of social programs, especially children, pregnant or nursing women, and obviously senior citizens, receive support that contributes to  providing them with a healthy, varied and sufficient diet.

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Junior and senior high school students will be able to receive medical services at the Mexican Institute of Social Security. One of the goals is to incorporate 7 million students.

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One of the objectives is for families to have access to housing with cement walls, floors and ceilings and sufficient space to avoid overcrowding. 

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Today, nearly 1 in 3 households is headed by a woman and their children must be protected.

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