The purpose of the Health Institute for Well-being (INSABI) is to ensure the free provision of health services, medicines and other associated suppliesfor people without social security.
It also promotes, in coordination with the Ministry of Health, actions aimed at achieving an adequate integration and articulation of the public institutionsof the National Health System.
The United Nations General Assembly defines UNOPS as a central resource of the United Nations System for procurement and contract management, as well as for public works and infrastructure, including activities to build national capacities (Resolution 65/176).
UNOPS has a global presence in more than 80 countries, giving it access to international best practices and high-level professionals from around the world. In Latin America and the Caribbean it has operations in 23 countries.
The UNOPS Governing Body is the Executive Board of UNDP/UNFPA/UNOPS, created in 1993 and whose members are elected annually by the United Nations Economic and Social Council from among 36 member countries, currently Mexico is one of those members.
The Board is in charge of supervising the activities of said organizations in accordance with the general normative guidance provided by the General Assembly and the Economic and Social Council, in accordance with the provisions of the United Nations Charter.
With an audit of more than eight Oversight and Internal and External Audit entities of the United Nations System, UNOPS has solid procedures to guarantee the proper management of public funds.