National System for Integral Family Development

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The National System for Integral Family Development (Spanish: Sistema Nacional para el Desarrollo Integral de la Familia; SNDIF or just DIF) is a Mexican public institution of social assistance that focuses on strengthening and developing the welfare of the Mexican families. The institution was founded by Carmen Romano, wife of Mexican president José López Portillo.

The National Director of DIF reports directly to the President of Mexico and has traditionally been the First Lady of Mexico. Local chapters of the DIF report to municipal presidents and governors.

The current National Director of DIF is Angelica Rivera.

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