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  • USAID and its cooperating agencies are studying procurement issues and options for countries that no longer receive USAID and/or international donor support for contraceptive commodities, including Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, and Mexico. This report summarizes the key findings from Mexico. The review of Mexico's contraceptive procurement practices suggests that almost seven years after the phaseout of USAID support, public health institutions—particularly the Ministry of Health—are still facing some challenges in ensuring the availability of high-quality, affordable contraceptive supplies.