• The Infrastructure Fund for Mesoamerica and Caribbean (Yucatan Fund) is the main Mexican instrument for financial cooperation. It was established in 2011 and has been in operation since 2012.
  • USD$129.7 million for 16 projects in 11 countries in the region, supporting infrastructure initiatives that enhance connectivity and economic development in the region.
  • 83% of Yucatan Fund’s resources have been allocated to Central America and 65% of the total resources invested have been used in road and bridge modernization projects of the Mesoamerican International Road Network (RICAM), including the roads of the “Pacific Highways”, through which 95% of the trade in the region flows.