Cooperaciones público privadas

Andean countries

resources in the

management of mining

for the sustainable

Regional cooperation

Recursos Mineros

Public-private cooperation

Capacity Development

Enfoque multiactor

Multiactor Approach

Strengthening of Networks

Management of Environmental Liabilities

Mineria y los objetivos de desarrollo sostenible

Mining and the Sustainable Development Goals

What is MinSus?

MINSUS is a German Cooperation Programme that aims to promote regional cooperation for a more sustainable management of mining resources in the Andean countries. The regional counterpart of the Programme is the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC), and the executing institutions are the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and the Geosciences and Natural Resources Federal Institute (BGR) of Germany. Learn more »
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We promote the 2030 agenda implementation through proposals for it’s adoption in the mining sector » Read more

Activity areas

Policies and Strategies, Governance of Actors and Technology Transfer and Promotion of Innovation. » Read more


In the infographic find a summary of our project and its results. » Read more

Governance for a 21st Century Mining in the Andean countries

Rebeca Peralta – Ministry of Mining and Metallurgy of the Plurinational State of Bolivia
Juan Luis Dammert – Natural Resource Governance Institute – Latin America
Laura Galvis – GDIAM – Mining Dialogue Group in Colombia
Javier Portocarrero – Economic and Social Research Consortium – Peru
Fabio Velásquez – National Forum for Colombia
Grecia Peréz de Arce – Chilean Consultant