Our partners

Our supporters

our alliances

Our alliances
Minga serves as a bridge and connector where concerned allies can deepen their understanding of indigenous wisdom and challenges facing rural communities in Latin America and the Caribbean. Minga partners with visionary foundations and individuals to advance our collective understanding of how to build strong and inclusive movements for social justice and community-led change.

The government of Peru and civil society organizations in the Amazon.

Global Alliance for Social and Behaviour Change
The biggest initiative that brings together the most representative organizations and associations worldwide working on the field of social and behaviour change to collaboratively build fully-informed and engaged societies.

Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic
Through a unique program whereby travelers visit communities where Minga is working and learn about culture and social change.

Protecting the Pacaya-Samiria National Reserve and its surrounding communities.

The Justice Initiative of the faculty of communications at
The University of Texas at El Paso..

Conceive and Receive
A California-based personal empowerment business that donates a portion of its income to support women’s participation in Minga training programs.

Embrey Human Rights Program
Of Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas.


Ashoka Innovators for the Public

Clinton School of Public Service

Minga partners with international NGOs and foundations seeking trainers and consultants with a deep understanding of intercultural realities along with a commitment to rigorous evaluation and accountability. Minga has trained dozens of NGOs in its model of intercultural communications for social change and has received numerous international awards.

Please email us to learn about our customized training workshops, technical assistance, and video documentation:


Nuestra direcciónCalle José María de la Jara y Ureta 264
2do piso, Miraflores, Lima 18, Peru
Our phone+511 242 0223

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