Grants:PEG/WM MX/Annual grant 2014-2015/Final report
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Activities and lessons learned
- Wikimania 2015
- Between 2014 and 2015 Wikimedia Mexico organized Wikimania 2015, the main conference of Wikimedia movement. The event was an opportunity for the chapter to have notable growth and to successfully face one of the main challenges in the Wikimedia movement.
1. Outreach public events
In the reported period from October 2014 to December 2016 we ran 38 editathons in which we edited Wikipedia, Wikimedia Commons, Wikisource and Wikidata in alliance with 42 separate cultural, academic, government institutions, asociations, non-governmental organizations and individual enthusiasts. Just only in 2016 we did 25 public editathons, almost one event every two weeks. This event includes the collaboration with Secretaría de Cultura (Mexican Secretariat of Culture), Coordinación de Universidad Abierta y Educación a Distancia de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (Coordination of Open and Distance Education of the National Authonomous University of Mexico), Museo Soumaya.Carlos Slim Foundation, Centro de Estudios de Historia de México Carso, Centro de Cultura Digital (Digital Cultural Center), Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, Cineteca Nacional (National Film Archives), Fonoteca Nacional (National Sound Archives), Laboratorio Para la Ciudad del Gobierno de la Ciudad de México (Mexico City's Lab for the City), Biblioteca Vasconcelos (Vasconcelos Library), Universidad Iberoamericana Puebla, Liga Peatonal A.C., Reforestamos México, Museo Memoria y Tolerancia, kurimanzutto gallery, Cisneros Foundation, Corredor Cultural Roma Condesa and Japan Embassy in Mexico:
- An Aguascalientes City History Editathon with the Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes (Authonomous University of Aguascalientes)
- An Middle East in Puebla Editathon with the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (Meritorious Autonomous University of Puebla)
- A First Editathon in BUAP with the Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla (Meritorious Autonomous University of Puebla)
- An Editatona about Feminisms, first editatona with the Instituto de Liderazgo Simone de Beauvoir (Simobe de Beauvoir Leadership Institute)
- A First Wiki Loves Cinema Editathon, pioneer editathon in the movement devoted to documentation about Mexican Cinema with the Cineteca Nacional (National Film Archives)
- A Wiki Rides Metro editathon, pioneer editathon in the movement devoted to documentation about a metro subway system with Laboratorio para la Ciudad (Lab for the city) and Sistema de Transporte Colectivo Metro (Mexico City Metro)
- A Featured Women of the World Editatona with Biblioteca Vasconcelos
- A Featured Mexican Women Editatona with Telmex Hub
- A Memory and Human Rights Editathon with Universidad Iberoamericana in Puebla City
- The First WikiUNAM Editathon with Coordination of Open and Distance Education of the National Authonomous University of Mexico, first formal collaboration with UNAM.
- A Second Wiki Loves Cinema Editathon, with the Cineteca Nacional (National Film Archives)
- A Rock and Counterculture Editathon, with Multiforo Cultural Alicia (Cultural Multiforum Alicia), pioner editathon in the movement devoted to rock bands
- A 50 Hours Editathon, with Museo Soumaya and Center for the Study of Mexican History by Carlos Slim Foundation, second record of continuing hours editing Wikipedia
- A Wikidata Editatona, with Instituto de Liderazgo Simone de Beauvoir, February 27, 2016.
- An Art + Feminism Editatona, with Pinto Mi Raya Feminist Archive, Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo UNAM (UNAM's Contemporary Art Museum) and Alumnos 47 Foundation, being the only event in Latin America of A+F.
- A Pedestrian Editathon, with Liga Peatonal (Peatonal League) devoted to pedestrian and urban mobility thematics with Spain Cultural Center in Mexico, May 8, 2016
- An Aguascalientes Museums Editathon devoted to Aguascalientes City museums with Museo Escárcega, May 14, 2016
- An Art And Feminism Editathon Second Edition to give following of the articles wrote in the first edition with Museo Universitario Arte Contemporáneo UNAM
- A Editathon By Forests with Reforestemos Mexico NGO
- A Guinness World Record's 72 Hours Editathon with Museo Soumaya from June 9 to 12, 2016
- A Women Human Rights Editatona with Mexico City Women Institute, July 2, 2016
- A Third Wiki Loves Cinema with Cineteca Nacional (Mexico Film Archives), July 9, 2016
- An Editathon in Sonora State with Cultural Institute of Sonora State, northern Mexico, August 13, 2016
- A Femicides Editatona with Centro de Cultura Digital, August 13, 2016
- A Memory and Tolerance Editathon devoted to Genocides, Human Rights and International Criminal Laws held at Museo Memoria y Tolerancia (Memory and Tolerance Museum, August 20, 2016
- An Editatona in Aguascalientes with Museo Descubre, August 27, 2016
- A Second BUAP Editathon with Meritorious Autonomous University of Puebla, September 3, 2016
- A Female Writers Editatona with Biblioteca Vasconcelos, September 24, 2016
- A Women in Cinema Editatona with National Film Archives, October 15, 2016
- A LGBTTTI Editathon with Biblioteca Vasconcelos and Altarte A.C., October 8, 2016
- A WikiArte Editathon with Cisneros Foundation and Wikimedia New York at Museo Soumaya, Octover 22, 2016
- An UDLAP Art Collection Editathon with Americas University of Puebla, November 5, 2016
- An Editathon in kurimanzutto gallery about contemporary art artists in Mexico, November 19, 2016
- The Second WikiUNAM Editathon with Coordination of Open and Distance Education of the National Authonomous University of Mexico, November 17, 2016
- The Second Roma-Condesa Editathon with Corredor Cultural Roma Condesa, November 26, 2016
- A Wiki and Ramen Editathon with V Ramen and Japan Embassy in Mexico supporting Wikipedia Asian Month, November 27, 2016.
- Indicator: 5 edit-a-thons of Wikimedia projects (Wikipedia, Wikimedia Commons, Wikivoyages, Wikinews) projects: Done
The mother of all editathons: 72 hours Editathon at Museo Soumaya
“The collaboration between Wikimedia Mexico and Museo Soumaya, a museum in Mexico City, have been long and prosperous, and now it can be described as officially amazing—at least according to Guinness World Records, as we now hold the record of the longest-ever Wikipedia edit-a-thon.
The two organizations partnered for #72HorasConRodin (72 hours with Rodin, an artist who is considered to be the “father of modern sculpture”) last June when the museum opened their metaphorical doors (and literal library) to Wikimedia enthusiasts eager to learn about art.
During the three days, the museum staff became active editors on the Spanish Wikipedia in their areas of expertise, mostly about their research lines, art conservation and education in museums, while expert Wikipedians assisted in matters of style, technical issues, and usage of the visual editor. Even though they didn’t always write new articles, they had enough expertise to find out factual mistakes or misunderstandings in articles and to correct them with appropriate sources.”
Video about Editatona with Biblioteca Vasconcelos, March 2014
Talks and workshops
- Indicator: At least 10 talks in schools and 10 in other sites. 40% of these activities should be out of Mexico City. Done we did in schools and we have talks in Aguascalientes (2 editathons, 2 talks), Guanajuato (1 talk), Yucatán (1 week of activities including talks with Indigenous Languages native speakers), Mexico state (1 talk), Sonora (1 editathon, 1 talk), Oaxaca (2 meetings partnering with Rising Voices from Global Voices), Puebla (4 editathons, 4 talks), Quintana Roo (1 talk), Zacatecas (1 talk)
We want a Mayan Wikipedia soon
- Indicator: Wikipedia Monthly Workshop Done In Mexico City, a monthly workshop has been imparted since February 2014 and starting January 2016 it has been held at Centro de Cultura Digital, as a result of our alliance with the Secretariat of Culture. Only during 2016, in this space 62 people were introduced to Wikipedia and its basics.
- Indicator: At least five talks to disseminate Creative Commons licenses all around the country. Done Each talk includes an specific module about CC and the Monthly Workshop had a redesigned learning module about this specific topic. We have a specific one week Course about GLAM and Creative Commons imparted to public servants of the Secretariat of Culture.
- Indicator: At least 2 events (one edit-a-thon and one talk) of the above proposed will be aimed at reducing the gender gap in Wikimedia projects. Another two (one edit-a-thon and one talk) will go to increase diversity in Wikimedia projects. Done
Editatona became one of the most successful initiatives in the chapter. Conceived and planned originally in 2014 as a part of our urgent call to action to reduce the Gender Gap in Wikimedia projects, Editatona is now an international initiative extended since 2015 and converted in a singular and integral model that aims, in addition to its original mission, to the empowerment of women through technology. An editatona (a hacked name from editathon) is a type of editathon only for women, where they have the space to edit articles of Wikipedia that are relevant for them. The themes of these editions are varied and include science, technology, history, human rights, etc.
Editatona is possible by the efforts of a network of individuals, institutions and *active participation of Mexican NGOs as SocialTIC and Luchadoras A.C. and icoordinated by Wikimedia Mexico side by Carmen Alcázar (User:Wotancito). The model has been replicated by self organized events (advised by Wikimedia Mexico or not) in Argentina, Brazil, Ecuador, Spain and Uruguay, among other countries in Central America as Nicaragua (Editatona Mujeres Nicas) where Wikimedia mission and volunteers are emergent.
Main outcomes of the model was exposed in many events, spaces and forums including Wikimania 2015, WikiConference North America 2016 by Paulina Sánchez (User:PSanchez820) and 13th AWID International Forum in Salvador de Bahía by Carmen Alcázar. Wikimedia Mexico are not just active in the execution, coordination and planning of the current and future Gender Gap reduction ideas and initiatives but involved in the support and advising of other international projects as Iberocoop’s La mujer que nunca conociste and allied with new Wikimedia affiliates as Wikimujeres and Whose Knowledge? user groups.
- We had three related events with our co organization related to Indigenous Languages, two in Oaxaca during 2014-2015 partnering with Global Voices and one in Yucatán partnering with Secretariat of Culture.
- Indicator: Growth of the Guadalajara and Puebla communities by at least 3 more active volunteers in each one. Done, in both cities we have new volunteers. In the case of Puebla we had 6 editathons and 10 workshops.
- Measures of success
- Number of attendees (600, considering at least 50 per month) Done
- Number of new users. (20 new users per month) Done
- Number of active editors. (10 active editors [~5 edits per month] in 6 months) Done
- Editions to any Wikimedia project diferent to Wikipedia. (50 per month) Done
- Percentage of new users that remain after six months on the project (Target: 2%) Done
- Number of new or enhanced articles. (At least 200 in a year) Done
- Number of e-mails collected from people interested Done we have a list with 48 members and a database with 42 people who explicitly asked for periodic information from the Chapter.
- Media coverage (at least 30 in a year) Done We had significant coverage about the chapter activities in the context of Wikimania 2015 including +120 press reports, TV appearences. During 2016 we decided as a media strategy to reduce our media presence due a “overexposition” of the organization prior and up to Wikimania 2015, considering only strategic media opportunities during 2016 as we held Wikipedia’s 15th anniversary (which includes coverage in national media) and huge events as the Soumaya and UNAM editathons.
- New partnerships reached (3 at least). Done
- Secretariat of Culture (letter of intention and previous agreement signed, pending of internal agreement ratification)
- Mexico City Government Tourism Board (signed agreement)
- Coordination of Open and Distance Education of the UNAM (becoming the formalization of the relation with UNAM, main university in Mexico and one of the most importants in Latin America, letter of intention signed)
- National Film Archives
- National Sound Archives
- San Carlos National Museum
- Museo Memoria y Tolerancia (signed agreement)
- Kurimanzutto gallery
- Pedestrian League
- Multiforo Cultural Alicia
- Pinto Mi Raya feminist archive
- UNAM's Contemporary Art Museum (MUAC)
- Reforestamos México A.C.
- Mexico City’s Women Institute
- With Wikimedia afilliates:
- Iberocoop, performing and leading projects with the initiative as La mujer que nunca conociste and Translating Iberoamerica contests
- With Wikimedia Argentina we had in January 2016 the First Programa Regional de Mentoreo y Asistencia técnica, a seminar in Buenos Aires to share and learn best practices from both organizations
- We joined by invitation of Wikimedia New York the Wikiarte initiative
- We supported actively projects of new user groups as Wiki Conference North America (founding members), Wikimujeres and Whose Knowledge?
- We have pending an agreement of collaboration with Wikimedia Nepal
1.2 Public relations
- Printing a brochure with basic information about the chapter: Done, all the printings was distributed during Wikimania and 2015 events
- Funding to facilitate participation in public events: Done, but it was insufficient
- Promotional materials: Done, all the printings was distributed during Wikimania and 2015 events and it’s pending to deliver a second batch of promotionals.
- Institutional video production: Doing... Pending delivery, in postproduction
- Design of an identity graphic reusable manual: Doing... Pending of validation and delivery
2. Wikipedia Education Program in Mexico
- At least 10 teachers added to the local program (currently 5) Done after Wikimania was recruited teachers Gina Nieto-Castañeda (User:Ginanietoc3107 who achieved her grade with a thesis about Wikipedia), Wendy Lopez (User:WOLY), Verónica Torres, Andrea Torres and CUAED teachers from UNAM Jackeline Bucio (User:Txtdgtl).
- 9,000 bytes per student added to Wikipedia articles. Done. Examples of articles produced in WEP:
- Perform at least 10 talks about this initiative, with the objective of recruiting more teachers to the program and promoting this model in new educative institutions. Done, we gave more than 10 talks related to WEP and we were present in many education-related activities such as workshops, congresses and panels.
- 3 reports from participating institutions. Done Wendy López report, Georgina Nieto report. We have stories about WEP from ITAM’s Luz María Silva and UNAM’s Mónica Quijano and we made a video and a blog post about UNAM’s Gina Nieto Castañeda, now in postproduction.
- Add one more educative institution to the program. Partially Done, we began a new agreement with El Colegio de México and we will have our first editathon next December 2. First courses by teachers began with Dra. Gabriela Márquez two groups. We are in talks with Universidad Iberoamericana and Instituto de Educación Media Superior from Mexico City Government but we are out of capability to start more alliances and give attention with the current time of WMMX volunteers.
3. Cultural Partners
- Organization of events for cultural organizations. Done We held, from August 31 to September 3, 2015 a seminary about Cultural Partners, GLAM and Free Culture focused on cultural sector public servants of Secretariat of Culture. Videos of the sessions are available (1) (2) (3). A second seminar in this same venue is planned for second semester of 2017 and Museo Soumaya will call to another Seminar for Cultural Organizations in 2017. We have also talks for cultural organizations as Circuito Cultural Norte Chapultepec (January 2015) and participation in seminars and conferences presenting our GLAM cases as Seminario Permanente de Investigación-Producción en Arte y Diseño de la Facultad de Arte y Diseño de la UNAM (January 2015) and "Del copyright al copyleft. Propiedad intelectual en los archivos" in Mexico Sound Archives (November 2014).
- Printing brochures for new GLAM partners: Doing... but pending of delivery
- DIY type scanner: Not done
- Indicator: At least two institutions added as GLAM allies: Done Cineteca Nacional, Fonoteca Nacional, galería kurimanzutto, Museo Memoria y Tolerancia also we have in queue 10 petitions by GLAM institutions of collaboration including four invitations of Wikipedians in residence positions: UNAM, National Institute of Antropology and History, Cineteca Nacional and El Colegio de México
- Indicator: Donation of 75 media files per GLAM partnership uploaded to Wikimedia Commons. Done by Museo Soumaya, Museo Memoria y Tolerancia, Mexico City’s Government Secretariat of Tourism and Centro de Estudios de Historia de México Carso Fundación Carlos Slim. For an example Museo Soumaya donated images had 18,108,877 visits during 26 months and the donated image of the well known hero Emiliano Zapata portrait is the main image in 35 Wikipedia languages.
- Indicator: Start a scanning project with the DIY scanner with an important library of Mexico: Not done interested libraries declined invitation to scan. We need to re allocate the fund and build in 2017.
Please refer our reports about GLAM in the This month in GLAM newsletter: https://outreach.wikimedia.org/wiki/Category:This_Month_in_GLAM_Mexico_reports
4. Activity continuity and growth
- Increasing the quality of WMMX reports. Done, it became more complete and comprehensive and with better multimedia.
- Stay on work one more year. Done. The community overcame the "Wikimania Syndrome" experimented by some former communities in charge of the event that burned, stopped or disgregated after a Wikimania. As a key indicator of this, 60% of the volunteers that was present in the 2016 72 hours Soumaya editathon was Wikimania 2015 volunteers.
- Creation of manuals and planning documents on working of the chapter. Doing... Pending of ellaboration.
- What worked well?
- The Mexican chapter achieved, during the reported period for this grant, more maturity and sustained growth with unique achievements in the Wikimedia global movement, among which are a Guinness World Récord and the organization of a Wikimania without stopping regular chapter’s activities and continuing after the event as a strengthened community. After Wikimania we have more volunteers, agreements, allies and perspectives for the future. “Mexico is important within the called Global South, which is considered a strategic objective of the Wikimedia Foundation” a phrase written in the WMF’s strategy in 2013 and the role of Wikimedia Mexico as a strategic organization in the region during the reported period was confirmed based in this evidences.
- What didn't work?
- Sustaining the current working rhythm thet we’ve kept over the past few years is very satisfactory but has high personal costs for the people working on achieving these goals, reducing their quality of life and free time for other important activities. The set goals were achieved and met above the minimum, but are impossible to sustain with volunteer time, which is why it wasn’t possible to realize more organized and strategic work and continuity in our current activities, as well as involving our community in internal processes for better results, different and innovative activities and improving our internal monitoring and processes. The pending or unmet activities are mostly due because we lack a figure that can keep up with all processes of the chapter, including Executive Direction, Project Managing, Administration and Accountability and other areas as GLAM, Education and Communications which was performed mostly by talent, time and skills provided by volunteers.
- What would you do differently if you planned a similar project?
- It’s not functional for an organization entirely based on volunteers to continue without full time staff that can sustain the quality and future vision that an organization like this requires. It’s difficult to sustain our current work rhythm and growth due to the amount of compromises we have acquired, the several people, institutions and organizations interested in starting or continuing working with us, as well as the pursuit of new challenges.
Outcomes and impact
- Provide the original project goal here.
- To increase the participation in the Wikimedia Foundation projects in more states of the Mexican Republic.
- To bring continuity to the actual Wikimedia Mexico projects about education, linking with cultural partners and community support.
- To ensure continuity of the chapter in administrative and financial topics.
- To optimize our spread-the-word methods about the work of the chapter
- Did you achieve your project goal? How do you know your goal was achieved? Please answer in 1 - 2 short paragraphs.
- Yes, we achieved have more participation in more states in Mexican Republic, specially in Aguascalientes (three editathons) and Puebla where we have active WEP and GLAM agreements. As it can be noted in the results of education, cultural partners and community support we exceed our expectations.
Progress towards targets and goals
Editathons and Editatonas
|Editathon / Editatona||Atendees||Edits||Bytes||New articles/pages||More info|
|Editatona: Feminismos||15||19||10666||7||Wikimedia Global Blog post|
|Wikipedia ama el cine||34||265||200333||43|
|Wikipedia viaja en Metro||13||144||85561||4|
|Editatona: Mujeres internacionales||14||38||43651||10|
|Editatona:mujeres mexicanas destacadas||nda||nda||nda||nda|
|Memoria y Derechos Humanos||nda||nda||nda||nda|
|Primer Editatón WikiUNAM||139||1016||733965||75||Individual Report|
|Editatón en la Cineteca Nacional||28||506||255548||71|
|Editatón en el Multiforo Cultural Alicia: rock y contracultura||nda||nda||nda||nda|
|50 horas 50 años del CEHM||27||807||720395||91||Individual report|
|Derechos Digitales (en colaboración con Colombia)||nda||nda||nda||nda|
|Editathon / Editatona||Atendees||Edits||Bytes||New articles/pages||More info|
|Museos de Aguascalientes||11||60||20971||4|
|Editatona Art + Feminism 2||7||20||21733||5|
|Por los bosques||25||140||71907||10|
|72 Horas con Rodin||101||2948||1511882||329||Blog post|
|Wikipedia ama el cine||19||137||153114||42||Individual report|
|Memoria y Tolerancia||20||87||81725||3|
|Editatona Mujeres en el cine||11||28||33544||7|
|Colección de Arte UDLAP||14||62||88180||10|
|Wikiarte México 2016||18||308||251114||59|
|Segundo Editatón WikiUNAM||82||526||587368||139|
|Patrimonio de la Roma Condesa||22||133||92096||18|
|Wiki and Ramen 2016 / Mes de Asia en Wikipedia||10||50||136536||16|
During 2016, we had a workshop every month in Centro de Cultura Digital. On average we taught 5 diferent persons to use and edit in Wikipedia every month. That means we reach at least 60 new users of Wikipedia during the last year.
The Editatona initiative was born in Mexico and became in one of the main efforts in the Wikimedia movement to tackle the Gender Gap in Wikimedia projects. Now is a movement that started to be replicated in more countries, some of them with low Wikimedia presence. Editatona supports now efforts like Art and Feminism and Wikiarte.
The creation and improvement of entries on Spanish Wikipedia improved the quality of this Wikimedia project in a local language which will be used in all countries with this nativa language. Consequently this benefits the free knowledge and awareness of Wikipedia among Spanish speakers countries among Latin America and Spain. Mexico mantains it's place as first reader of Spanish Wikipedia with 27.1% of trafic coming from our country and in the last reports of stats related to edits Mexico had the second place .
Our alliances with leader cultural and educative institutions achivied the Wikimedia goals on outreach and awareness of Wikimedia projects.
Reporting and documentation of expenditures
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|Category||Item description||Unit||Number of units||Actual cost per unit||Actual total||Budgeted total||Currency||Notes|
|1.1 Outreach public events||10,000 Wikipedia stickers||1 sticker impression||5000||0,55||2750||5500||MXN|
|1.1 Outreach public events||Printings (T-shirts, pens, WMMX stickers, WMMX banners, WEP manual, WEP stickers, WEP t-shirts, WEP banners, business cards, folders, letterheads)||36700||41250||MXN|
|1.2 Public relations||a) Printing a brochure with basic information about the chapter (CMYK two sides coated paper)||1 thousand||3||670||2010||1500||MXN|
|1.2 Public relations||b) Funding to facilitate participation in public events. ||1 viaje||5||1089||5446||12000||MXN|
|1.2 Public relations||c) Institutional video production||1||1||20000||20000||20000||MXN|
|1.2 Public relations||d) Design of a reusable graphic identity manual.||1||1||20000||20000||15000||MXN|
|4. Office||Administrative expenses of bank account, electric service, telephone-internet and office move||13786||MXN||Not originally quoted in grant|
|7. Legal||a) Legalization of the March 1 assembly act||1||1||4500||MXN||Pending of payment|
|7. Legal||b) Legalization of 2015 annual assembly act||1||1||4500||MXN||Pending of payment|
|8. Administrative expenses||a) Accounting advisor||1 year service||1||15000||MXN||Unspent|
|10. Travel expenses||b) Travel to Puebla for Wikipedistas en Puebla activities||1||8||950||7600||43000||MXN||Donation by BUAP, UDLAP and Prófetica Library|
|11. Documentation||Microphone for DLSR camera (ambiental and lavalier), imple structure for DSLR camera, DLSR lamp kit (LED lamps + charger + L bracket), Expendables (SD cards, batteries, cases)||1||1||7621||7621||9500||MXN|
|13. Planning||a) Meeting on annual planning. Board and main supporters (Travel for 1 Board member from Guadalajara, Work supplies, Accommodation for 2 Board members)||8499||7700||MXN|
|14: Wikipedia XV celebrations||Appetizers and beverages for volunteers||1700||1700||MXN||Not originally quoted in grant|
|15: Others||Wikimania expenses||250749||250749||MXN||Authorized by WMF|
To that number we must add the amount reported in the partial report made in june of 2015: 118,897.64 MXN
- Total project budget (from your approved grant submission)
- $408,454.40 MXN
- Total amount requested from WMF (from your approved grant submission, this total will be the same as the total project budget if PEG is your only funding source)
- $371,982.66 MXN (WMF deposited less due to a mistake in the calculation of totals 
- Total amount spent on this project
- $376,861 MXN
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- Are there any grant funds remaining?
- Please list the total amount (specify currency) remaining here. (This is the amount you did not use, or the amount you still have after completing your grant.)
- $31,593 MXN
- If funds are remaining they must be returned to WMF, reallocated to mission-aligned activities, or applied to another approved grant.
- We will submit a new grant request.