The Spotlight programme in Mexico is designed to strengthen, complement and support existing mechanisms and initiatives at federal, state, and municipal levels to eradicate femicide and other forms of violence against women and girls
Direct beneficiaries: 4,700,000 | Indirect beneficiaries: 14,100,000
Engaging with the private sector: Engage with the media and private companies in the outcome areas of prevention, quality services, data registration and the strengthening of the women's movement.
Community level: Focus the programme’s interventions on municipalities, to act from local to national levels and not the other way around. This results in the development of an intervention model that responds to specific local problems.
Operational innovation: Ensure effectiveness and efficiency in operations through shared personnel and avoiding duplication of expenses. In collaboration with the Interagency Operations Group, it establishes long-term agreements that address the programme’s demands.