Partners

World Monuments Fund

www.wmf.org

It has financed the comprehensive intervention of the temple of San Pedro Apostol de Andahuaylillas, consolidating the infrastructure and recovering and restoring the coffered ceiling of the presbytery, the side chapels, murals and sculptures. This work was developed under the modality “opened by works” (“abierto por obras”). It also funded part the conservation of the temple of San Juan Bautista in Huaro, mainly, through the restoration of its mural painting.

Fondo Contravalor Peru Francia

www.ambafrance-pe.org

The fund supported in the restoration and enhancement of the two oldest organs in Latin America, in the temple of San Pedro Apostol of Andahuaylillas.

Backus Foundation

www.backus.com.pe

The foundation executed, along with Fondo Empleo, the German Cooperation Agency and the World Monuments Fund, a tourism development project to increase employment in Andahuaylillas, Huaro and Urcos, starting in capacity building for service delivery and tourism management.

Repsol Foundation

www.fundacionrepsol.com

The Repsol Foundation funded part of the restoration of the temple San Pedro Apostol of Andahuaylillas, underscoring the recovery of several canvases on the life of San Pedro and the coffered ceiling of the central nave.

Endesa Foundation

www.fundacionendesa.org

Thanks to the work of the Endesa Foundation, the lighting of the temples of San Pedro Apostol in Andahuaylillas and San Juan Bautista in Huaro was made possible; in the latter, LED technology was used.

Sinfonia por el Peru

www.sinfoniaporelperu.org

With the collaboration of Backus and the Parish of San Juan Bautista in Huaro, Sinfonia por el Peru implemented a workshop of lutheria in Huaro, where young people learn to play musical instruments: violins, guitars and charangos.

Ministry of Culture – Cusco

www.cultura.gob.pe

The Ministry provided support in the development of technical files and in the implementation of some of the conservation of the temples of San Pedro de Apostol in Andahuaylillas and San Juan Bautista in Huaro.