We establish participatory processes to identify socioeconomic development programs and investments that can provide long-term benefits beyond the life of the mine.

We also create economic benefits directly in host countries and communities through wages, local procurement, education, training, taxes and royalties paid to governments, and infrastructural improvements.

Plans, Programs & Initiatives

  • Participatory processes such as baseline assessments conducted jointly with communities help us understand the existing social context, our operations’ actual and potential impacts, and community needs and interests.
  • Our programs and initiatives stem from communities’ feedback. We respect their culture and beliefs to make those programs thrive.
  • Our economic development projects are designed to create sustainable economic opportunities by supporting local families or groups with alternative incomes to mining, such as animal husbandry, agriculture, tourism, or manufacturing.
  • Local procurement initiatives to engage with and build the capacity of local suppliers aim to create indirect employment opportunities for community members and local businesses.

2024 Goals

  • Achieve 85% of planned social closure activities at Dolores and Manantial Espejo mines, in compliance with the Corporate Social Closure Standard.

2023 Sustainability Report

Our 2023 Sustainability Report is pre­­pared in accordance with Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) Standards and the Sustainability Accounting Standards Board (SASB) Standard. It also contains information in consideration of the Task Force on Climate Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) reporting framework.