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Sobre Artículo 19
201920182017

Funding 2019

ARTICLE 19 Mexico and Central America is a non-profit organization whose operations are mostly financed through multi-year funds, granted by private foundations and governments of North America and Western Europe. In 2019, 86% of the funds were restricted (that is, they were tagged to carry out activities previously agreed with donors), while 14% were granted to provide general support to the organization.

All the restricted funds of ARTICLE 19 Mexico and Central America finance activities under the five strategic lines of action of the organization – Transparency, Civic Space, Digital, Media and Protection – and conrtibute to the fulfillment of the mission in Mexico and in the region.

In 2019, 59.5% of the organization’s income was granted by international private foundations while 40% was granted by diplomatic representations in Mexico and development agencies. Finally, other income amounted to less than 1%.

Our Donors in 2019

  • ACOS Alliance
  • Angelica Foundation
  • INDELA/Avina Americas
  • Böll Foundation
  • British Embassy to Mexico
  • Ford Foundation
  • Embassy of Ireland in Mexico
  • Embassy of Germany Alemania in Mexico
  • Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands in Mexico
  • Google
  • Internews
  • John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
  • National Endowment For Democracy (NED)
  • Open Society Foundations
  • Overbrook Foundation
  • Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA)
  • European Union
  • United States Department of State (USDoS)
  • United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
  • William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
  • Witness
  • Individual Donors
  • Others

Awards

Premio Nacional de Innovación en Transparencia 2019
(National award of Innovation and Transparency)

Third place in the category Civil Society Organizations for the project “Archives of Repression”

Awarded by the Instituto Nacional de Transparencia, Acceso a la información y Protección de Datos Personales – INAI (National Institute for Transparency, Access to Information and Personal Data Protection).

Income

Governments (Embassies and International cooperation agencies) 17,613,170 MXN 924,576 USD
Private Foundations 26,274,614 MX 1,379,245 USD
Other 162,180 MXN 8,513 USD
Total Income 44,049,969 MXN 2,312,334 USD
Exchange rate: USD 19.05

Note: These are preliminary amounts, currently being audited (updated on May 15, 2020).

Methodology Note: Data are based on funding awarded to ARTICLE 19 Mexico and Central America during 2019. The amounts may include multianual projects, so not all the funds translate in real income and/or spending during 2019.

Funding 2018

ARTICLE 19 Mexico and Central America is a non-profit organization whose operations are mostly financed through multi-year funds, granted by private foundations and governments of North America and Western Europe. In 2018, 86% of the funds were restricted (that is, they were tagged to carry out activities previously agreed with donors), while 14% were granted to provide general support to the organization.

All the restricted funds of ARTICLE 19 Mexico and Central America finance activities under the five strategic lines of action of the organization – Transparency, Civic Space, Digital, Media and Protection – and conrtibute to the fulfillment of the mission in Mexico and in the region.

In 2018, 53% of the organization’s income was granted by international private foundations while 42% was granted by diplomatic representations in Mexico and development agencies. Finally, other income amounted to less than 5%.

Our Donors in 2018

  • Angelica Foundation
  • Ford Foundation
  • Embassy of Canada in Mexico
  • Embassy of Ireland in Mexico
  • Embassy of Germany in Mexico
  • Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands in Mexico
  • Embassy of Switzerland in Mexico
  • European Union
  • John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
  • Open Society Foundations
  • Overbrook Foundation
  • National Endowment For Democracy (NED)
  • Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA)
  • United States Department of State (USDoS)
  • United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
  • William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
  • Individual Donors
  • Others

Note: These are preliminary amounts.

Methodology Note: Data are elaborted based on funding awarded to ARTICLE 19 Mexico and Central America during 2018. The amounts may include multianual projects, so not all the funds translate in real income and/or spending during 2018.

Income

Governments (Embassies and International cooperation agencies): 13,871,822 MXN
Private Foundations 17,223,656 MXN
Other 1,650,188 MXN
Total 32,745,665 MXN

Funding 2017

ARTICLE 19 Mexico and Central America is a non-profit organization whose operations are mostly financed through multi-year funds, granted by private foundations and governments of North America and Western Europe. In 2017, 94% of the funds were restricted (that is, they were tagged to carry out activities previously agreed with donors), while 6% were granted to provide general support to the organization.

All the restricted funds of ARTICLE 19 Mexico and Central America finance activities under the five strategic lines of action of the organization – Transparency, Civic Space, Digital, Media and Protection – and conrtibute to the fulfillment of the mission in Mexico and in the region.

In 2017, 65% of the organization’s income was granted by international private foundations while 34% was granted by diplomatic representations in Mexico and development agencies. Finally, other income amounted to less than 1%.

Our Donors in 2017

  • Angelica Foundation
  • Ford Foundation
  • Embassy of Canada in Mexico
  • Embassy of Ireland in Mexico
  • Embassy of Switzerland in Mexico
  • Hivos
  • International Women’s Media Foundation
  • John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
  • European Union
  • Open Society Foundations
  • Porticus
  • Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA)
  • United States Department of State (USDoS)
  • United States Agency for International Development (USAID)
  • William and Flora Hewlett Foundation
  • Individual Donors
  • Others

 

Income

 

Governments (Embassies and International cooperation agencies): 10,810,629 MXN
Private Foundations 20,369,044 MXN
Other 299,310 MXN
Total 31,478,983 MXN
Note: These are preliminary amounts.

Methodology Note: Data are eleborted based on funding awarded to ARTICLE 19 Mexico and Central America during 2017. The amounts may include multianual projects, so not all the funds translate in real income and/or spending during 2017.