PERUMIN Inspira is an award aimed at social entrepreneurship with an impact on the reduction of social and economic gaps that contribute to the sustainable development of the populations located in the highlands of Peru.
The award is sponsored by the Peruvian Institute of Mining Engineers (IIMP) in alliance with the CIP – One CGIAR and managed by Kunan.
If you are a social entrepreneur seeking an opportunity to scale up your impact in the highlands of Peru, this is an award for you!
This category will recognize ongoing social entrepreneurship, that is, engaged in activities involving their target beneficiaries (clients or users) since at least six months before applying for the award. They must present and document a component of innovation, impact and commercial activities aimed at clients other than the extractive companies, seeking to sustain the entrepreneurship’s activity.
Special recognition for applicants in the category “High-Impact Entrepreneurship”, which, if meeting certain additional requirements may access capacity-building benefits through international courses on innovation and development in highly reputed institutions, as well as opportunities for integration with global One-CGIAR for the exchange of information and knowledge.
Leading institution in the Peruvian mining sector that brings together the best professionals in the area to embrace the challenges of the mining industry in a constantly evolving environment.
Consortium that groups research centers to increase food safety, reduce rural poverty, improve health and nutrition and ensure a sustainable management of natural resources.
Peruvian platform for strengthening the social entrepreneurship ecosystem that integrates and fosters synergies between actors seeking to promote this type of business in Peru.
Yapaykuy: APP that facilitates the communication and inclusion of people with disabilities
Kawát Perú: High-quality flour for poultry, fish and pig feed
EVAND`S: Development of products to prevent and combat anemia in babies and children
My small help Perú: Initiative that offers education, health and training to people with disabilities
Reci Yapuy: Organic fertilizer production
MiMercado: Digital showcase that unites farmers, micro entrepreneurs and wholesale businesses
Asociación de productores agropecuarios Calla: Production and commercialization of potato seed to improve the quality of life of producers
Harina de pulpa de Café: Production of coffee pulp flour as a meat substitute
Hierrocao: fortified chocolates
Eco planchas RCC: Eco plates based on corn cob
Free application with more than 10 functionalities that facilitate the communication and inclusion of people with hearing and verbal disabilities, dumbness, dysphemia, cerebral palsy and other disorders.
Production of high quality flour, from the biotransformation of organic waste from the Shampuyacu Native Community with the help of the "Black Soldier Fly" (Hermetia illucens), for feeding birds, fish and pigs.
Development of products fortified with iron and social awareness to prevent and combat anemia in babies and school-age children, articulating farmers, municipalities and civil society in the process.
Initiative aimed at offering education, health and training to people with disabilities and in situations of vulnerability in rural areas of Cusco, in order to improve their quality of life and close gaps.
Preparation of natural organic compost from the recycling of disposable diapers, banana peel, and other ingredients in the face of rising fertilizer prices that affect food production nationwide.
Digital showcase that contributes to social development by uniting the offer of peasants, rural microentrepreneurs and wholesale market businesses, with the urban demand of homes and companies.
Production and commercialization of high-quality potato seed, to face the low yield of the crop and improve the quality of life of the producers.
Production of coffee pulp flour as a meat substitute, with the aim of reducing child malnutrition rates and achieving food security under a sustainable agriculture scheme.
Chocolate fortified with heme iron, focused on the prevention and treatment of anemia, with an emphasis on children under 36 months.