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Like other countries, Mexico is struggling with the effects of climate change and the impact of changing weather patterns, creating big challenges for cities and economic sectors.

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Janett Tapia
Project Manager Urban Resilience
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Noortje Pellens
Project Officer Latin America


The cooperation between the Netherlands and Mexico initially started on the water issue in the state of Tabasco. The cooperation has intensified, shifting towards an integrated water plan including flood protection, coastal protection and resilient cities.


NWP is involved in Mexico because it is one of the priority countries of the Partners for Water programme of the Dutch government. Within the framework of this programme, NWP coordinates the Country Platform and organises trade missions and conducts market studies. It also represents the Dutch water sector in its advisory role for the Dutch Government on the collaboration with Mexico on water management. Want to know more about the developments in Mexico? Please contact Janett.

Expanding business opportunities

NWP actively collaborates with NLinBusiness, a not for profit Dutch Business Hub network and full service platform that helps Dutch entrepreneurs (SME) to set foot in new export markets. NLinBusiness helps them to expand their international business by introducing them to relevant service providers and networks. Find out more about their services and network in Mexico and Mexico City by visiting their dedicated web page (in Dutch) on their 'City of Opportunity – Mexico City'.

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Would you like to know more about our work in the Latin American region? Watch our webinar series on water challenges in Latin America, the product of regional efforts with 7 Dutch embassies, or visit our other LATAM webpages: ArgentinaChile, and Colombia