These are the projects that have ended in the last three years in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. Various projects mentioned here lead to the approval of a second or third implementation phase, which highlights the positive results obtained. It also shows that those which yielded good results with long-term activities, can continue and can be supported beyond the cycle of a sole project. These projects, as well as those currently active, vary very much in size, duration, location and focus. However, all are based on obtaining positive results both for local community livelihoods as well as for the ecosystems; and generally they are efforts that seek to generate and share knowledge, good practices and lessons learned, promoting ¨pro-right¨ approaches and particularly taking into consideration vulnerable groups, like Indigenous people and women.