Partnerships Officer in Mexico

Priscilla Miranda

Partnerships Officer

Nationality: Mexican
Language: English and Spanish

Partnerships Officer in Mexico

How can Resident Coordinator Office support the work of the UN country team to partners with a broad coalition of actors to help a country with its ambition to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)? 

Meet Priscilla Miranda, who is supporting the UN Resident Coordinator in her native Mexico design a UN-wide partnerships and resource mobilization strategy, which is critical to deliver the UN’s commitments under its new programme of cooperation with the government, the new Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (2022-2025).  Priscilla, together with her counterparts across the UN, organized a Mexico Partnership Forum: Territories, Cities, and Sustainable Communities, involving over 230 participants from 20 federal, state, and municipal-level government agencies, as well as international and national private sector, civil society, academic, and professional organizations. The Forum concluded with a Declaration: Building transformative partnerships for sustainable development, which made 10 commitments as part of a new Platform of Partnerships and Innovation for Sustainable Territorial Development.  

  • Mexico
  • Latin America and the Caribbean