Since the program’s launch in January 2013, the population with food shortages has declined by 57.5%; in other words, 6 out of every 10 people experiencing this shortage have successfully overcome it.

These results are drawn from an evaluation by the National Council for the Evaluation of Social Development Policy (CONEVAL).

The results of the National Crusade against Hunger show that the premise under which it was launched is being fulfilled, in other words, to ensure that Mexicans, even in extreme poverty, are guaranteed nutritious, adequate, quality food, as mandated by the 4th article of the Mexican Constitution.

The integral dimension of the Crusade also shows that for 7.01 million Mexican beneficiaries, the right to food is becoming a reality.