Audit reveals deficiencies in national program against hunger


In the National Crusade Against Hunger, the Mexican government exerted only a third of the resources planned for 2013, it emerged today of an assessment of the Superior Audit of the Federation (ASF).

The bank said in its evaluation of this program in Mexico 27.4 million people lack adequate access to food, and cross only considered a population of 400 municipalities (4.6 million) from its incidence extreme poverty.

ASF also revised the method for operating the program through community committees during the first year in office of President Enrique Peña Nieto.

The Ministry of Social Development (SEDESOL) reported having made 58 000 866 committees throughout the country, of which only 380 corresponded to the Crusade Against Hunger, without dependence explain the reasons for the overhedging.

In its report public account 2013 the FSA explained that the decree establishing the National System for the Crusade Against Hunger was not consistent in its objectives with the needs for care of poverty, education, health, social security, housing and family income.

The audit said it was not possible to identify coordination and linking programs participating in the crusade in addressing social deprivation, because there was no information on the needs faced by each of the beneficiaries included in the pattern.


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