FONDEN Transparente

Opening Disaster Funds

Transparency and accountability in the resources allocated to the attention of the damage caused by natural disasters.


Every year in Mexico, cyclones leave billions of dollars in damages. FONDEN, a federal fund that transfers resources and aid to local governments intended for reconstruction projects has been controversial due to lack of accountability, which leads to corruption and unfinished reconstruction projects. These funds account for more than: $3 billion annually.


FONDEN Transparente streamlines the information flow between government and citizens during the aftermath of natural disasters.


With FONDEN Transparente citizens can receive clear information and follow up during the recovery phase of natural disasters.


Mexico Latin America and the Caribbean


Open Data Data Analytics Citizen Engagement Humanitarian Innovation



  • Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público
  • Secretaría de Gobernación

Region: Latin America and the Caribbean

includes kosovo