Por: Ing. Manolito Manuel Montañez Artica, jefe de Gestión Social de la unidad minera Atacocha, Nexa Resources.AbstractAs of December 18, 2017, Compañía Minera Milpo was renamed Nexa Resources. As part of this integration, the company's management strategy is aligned with Nexa's corporate policy, whose main objective is to achieve sustainable and competitive growth in all its operations. This strategy focuses on three fundamental aspects: (i) Growth, (ii) Operational excellence, and (iii) Market development. Nexa Peru was incorporated in 1949 to engage in the extraction, concentration and marketing of polymetallic minerals, mainly zinc, lead and copper with silver and gold contents, from the El Porvenir mining unit, located in the department of Cerro de Pasco (Peru).The main purpose of Nexa Resources is to encourage the development of rural communities located near its operations in a comprehensive and sustainable manner, by promoting employment and guaranteeing the full exercise of rights and equal opportunities for its inhabitants, in line with national, regional and local development plans and programs. In addition to sustainable management of natural resources and improvement of environmental quality. Likewise, in order to contribute to the socioeconomic development of rural communities and/or owners of vicuña farms in the Pasco region, it preserves the soil, water and air as the matrix for developing life on the planet, building capacities that contribute to the conservation of natural resources. In our country, laws, regulations and supreme decrees have been promulgated to promote and prioritize activities for the conservation and management of vicuñas, such as: Law Decree No. 21080, which approves the Convention on International Trade of Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (Cites); Law Decree No. 22984, which approves the Convention on the Conservation and Management of Vicuña - which represents Peru at the international level; Legislative Decree No. 653, which approves the Law for the Promotion of Investments in the Agricultural Sector; Law No. 26496, on the Regime of Property, Commercialization and Sanctions for the Hunting of Vicuña, Guanaco and their Hybrids, and Supreme Decree No. 034-2004-AG, which approves the categorization of endangered species of wild fauna and prohibits their hunting, capture, possession, transport or export for commercial purposes. There are also related laws such as: Law No. 27867, Organic Law of Regional Governments; Law No. 29763, Forestry and Wildlife Law, and other state provisions. The project "Strengthening the Management and Conservation of Vicuñas in the Rural Community of Ticlacayan, District of Ticlacayan, Province of Pasco, Pasco Region" is being implemented under these guidelines, given the interest of 500 community members of the peasant community of San Pablo de Ticlacayan to maintain and increase the vicuña resource in these zones through repopulation works by introducing 600 vicuñas in an area of 1,130 hectares located in the sector of Chiric owned by the peasant community of Ticlacayan. The introduced vicuñas come from the peasant community of San Antonio de Rancas, which were managed through the creation of a Conservationist Committee of Wild South American Camelids, created in the peasant community of San Pablo de Ticlacayan - Pasco.