Miami, FL 
290 Cranwood Drive
Key Biscayne, FL. 33149
Tel: + 1 305-692-0141


Our mission is to promote and facilitate social investment in South America, especially in Perú, in order to support the region’s sustainable development. We mobilize funds to finance result-oriented projects that can produce positive social change for poor and excluded individuals and their communities. 


Carolina Llosa
Executive Director

Lima, Perú
Calle Bolivar 270, oficina 102
(511) 992-734-840



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Children and the Environment


The Children´s Land (TiNi) initiative seeks to reconnect young people in Latin America with the natural environment and instill in them an understanding of how and why they should protect, nurture, and restore natural ecosystems and promote sustainability in the changing of the world. Tini is an area of land given to children by adults where they can learn how to collect seeds, propagate and plant useful native and multipurpose plants.

Through the TINI hands–on methodology children learn to implement concrete actions which will benefit themselves, their families, their communities, and nature. ANIA has supported the implementation of TINI in 12 regions of Perú and in 10 countries.


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Girls Empowerment through Science


MaCTec (Mini Academia de Ciencia y Tecnología) is a high impact social program that empowers girls in Perú with a first-rate Science Education to nurture their innate creative talents and foster their abilities to learn and think as a scientist. MaCTec promotes Science Literacy in Perú, as the prosperity of any country depends upon her scientific capital.


Since 2012 MaCTec offers workshops free of charge to girls from diverse socio-economic backgrounds; they are selected by lottery as school grades are poor predictors for discovering creative talents, essential traits for scientific explorations. The workshops are directed by well recognized scientists from the USA and Perú, who apply the MaCTec method “Discovery-Peer Learning”. In 2017, MaCTec was named “UNESCO Laureate 2017 for Girls and Women Education” for innovation in Science Education.


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Quality Education in Cusco, Perú

Fundación Niños del Arcoiris

Fundación Niños del Arcoiris provides vulnerable children of the region of Urubamba, in Cusco, Perú, with quality education, medical care and housing. To that aim, the organization operates a primary school serving 100 children ages 6-11; offers vocational education in information technology, hospitality and catering, and English; a medical dental clinic; a day care center and a family home. Fundación Niños del Arcoiris aims to offer a future to deprived children who are exposed to many risks as a result of extreme poverty.


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Warm Clean Houses in Puno, Perú


Kusimayo is a non-profit organization making a difference in the lives of children, families and the elderly in the rural communities in Puno since 2008. Puno is a region in southeastern Perú that is renowned for its cultural richness and diversity as well as for its breathtaking landscapes. It is also known for its harsh geography, well below freezing temperatures, malnutrition, poverty and social inequality. 


Kusimayo´s “Warm Clean House technological package” provides families with the tools to fight cold temperatures and eliminate contaminant fumes from the house, reducing respiratory illnesses produced by smoke inhalation and extreme cold. Kusimayo uses technologies such as warm wall, insulation of walls and roof, and improved kitchen that allow internal temperature to increase by 10°C and internal contamination to decrease by 70% (even 90%). Kusimayo has equipped 542 houses and the goal is to modify 300 houses more by the end of 2018. 


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Arts and Culture in Perú


The Museo de Arte de Lima - MALI is a non-profit cultural organization devoted to the promotion of the visual arts in Perú. It houses a representative collection of Peruvian art, which witnesses several centuries of cultural transformation, including pre-Columbian and colonial objects, as well as republican and contemporary works.


MALI receives more than 10,000 students each year, giving access to inspiring and reflexive cultural experiences that teach about identity and heritage, allowing students to reflect about their future. The promotion of arts and culture is essential to every student's integral education, since they are key elements for shaping identity and a fundamental basis for the development of the country.


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Implementing Libraries in Ayacucho, Perú

Javier Gamboas´s libraries

In the last four years, the photographer Javier Gamboa has implemented 33 libraries in the region of Sucre, Ayacucho, where schools lack the necessary resources to promote reading among their students.  Thanks to awareness campaigns carried out in the city of Lima about the greatest educational needs in Ayacucho, this initiative has allowed more than 70,000 books to be delivered in impoverished and isolated communities. “Each book is the perfect tool to fight poverty”, says Javier Gamboa.

Girls With Opportunities (GWO)


Currently, CARE Peru's education program operates in six regions (states) across Peru. Its educational proposal focuses on providing life skills to girls and adolescents, particularly in the poor areas of the Ica and Huancavelica regions, where CARE PERU is carrying out the Girls with Opportunities (GWO) initiative. GWO is aimed to empower adolescent girls from rural and marginal urban areas with better quality education and opportunities of secondary education by adolescents from those areas living poverty and extreme poverty.

To date, we have supported 20 school directros, 2 assistant principals, 385 teachers, 1494 parents and 10 421 students. The achievement targets were: An increase in the number of secondary school girls who remain in school and complete all grades, and a related reduction in teen pregnancies; an improvement in the self-confidence, social abilities, leadership skills and life plans of secundary schools girls; and an increased awareness and active commitment to the education of girls among parents, teachers and principal from secondary schools.

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