Water: U.S. Mexico Border Program
U.S. Mexico Border Program
- Public Health Benefits: 60,000 homes have been connected with safe drinking water and 544,000 homes with adequate wastewater service which has helped reduce the risk of water-borne diseases.
- Environmental Benefits: More than 450 million gallons/day of untreated or inadequately treated wastewater discharges have been eliminated.
- Economic Benefits: Water infrastructure investments generate large economic benefits due to reduced health care costs and gains in productivity. Infrastructure construction stimulates local economies and creates jobs.
- U.S.-Mexico Border Infrastructure Program 2012 Annual Report (PDF) (2pp, 772K, About PDF)
- U.S.-Mexico Border Water Infrastructure Program 2011 Annual Report (PDF) (6pp, 593K, About PDF)
- U.S.-Mexico Border Water Infrastructure Successes Mexicali (PDF) (1pg, 84K, About PDF) and Matamoros (PDF) (1pg, 89K, About PDF)
- Program History and Basic Information
- U.S.-Mexico Border 2020 Program Homepage
- Region 6 Grants and Funding
- Region 9 Grants and Funding
- Border Environment Cooperation Commission (BECC)
- North American Development Bank (NADB)
- Mexican Water Commission (CONAGUA)