Sesame Workshop is the nonprofit educational organization behind Sesame Street and so much more. Sesame Workshop’s mission is to help kids grow smarter, stronger, and kinder.
Our recipe for success is combining a curriculum that addresses children’s critical developmental needs with the sophisticated use of media and a large dose of fun. Our work promotes learning with real, measurable results, a fact borne out by numerous studies and sustained through our research-intensive process.
Beyond ABCs and 123s, our programs deliver crucial lessons about health, emotional well-being, and respect and understanding to help kids grow up healthy, happy, and at home in their world.
It began as a simple yet revolutionary idea in the United States: to teach kids through television. 40 years later, it’s grown into a worldwide educational phenomenon, reaching millions of children in more than 150 countries.
Our international programs are tailored to the unique needs of children, their country, and culture, created with local educators, advisors, and puppeteers. This often results in a fully local Sesame Street with its own name, language, curriculum, and Muppets.
Since our start on TV, we’ve become a multimedia pioneer, using everything from radio, books, and videos to the latest in interactive media and technology, efforts that are enhanced through collaborations with our colleagues at the ground-breaking research and through on-the-ground outreach efforts, we bring our lessons directly into the homes and classrooms of particularly vulnerable communities, where they have a dramatic impact in kids’ lives.
Generous support from like-minded partners — foundations, corporations, individuals, governments, and others — has been critical to our mission for more than four decades and continues to make new projects possible.



The IMSS is the institution with the greatest presence in healthcare and in social protection for Mexicans since it was set up in 1943; for this it combines research and medical practice with the administration of resources for the retirement of its beneficiaries to provide reassurance and stabilities to the workers and their relatives in case of any of the risks specified in the Social Security Law. Today more than half of the Mexican population is related to the Institute, to date the largest of its kind in Latin America.

The mission of the IMSS is to be a basic instrument of the social security, established as a national public service, for all workers and their relatives.

For a Mexican country with more and better social security.

As a health risk administrator institution. It administers the different insurance classes set out by the SSL, and requires an adequate management of the contributions and financial resources for providing the in-kind and cash benefits; and being an autonomous tax agency it would run an effective tax-collection achieving transparency and control of the information generated.

As service provider entity It promotes the health of the insured working population and their relatives, pensioners and students globally, through the provision of prevention and care medical services, nurseries and economic and social benefits set out in the SSL.