Support for Productive Initiatives Program

With the purpose of contributing to the construction of a sustainable and a socially responsible country, Gran Tierra continues to support productive projects in order to improve the quality of life of the families and to strengthen the community organizations located in the area of influence of the operations of the Company.

Under this objective, between the months of January and June subsistence food projects in poultry, fish farming and cattle were developed. This project benefited 106 families. Among them in the:

Santana Block (Partner ECOPETROL, area of influence the Municipalities of Mocoa, Pto Guzmán and Piamonte Cauca).

  • Women's Association for the Future of the Neighbourhood El Progreso of the Miraflor District, Municipality of Piamonte Cauca (Poultry farm project).
  • Rumiñawe Indigenous Group, Municipality of Piamonte Cauca (Cattle farm project).
  • Family Group señora Epifan'ia Carvajal, Hamlet of Mary Uno, Municipality of Piamonte Cauca (Poultry farm project).
  • Asociación Pescando el Futuro, Hamlet of el Jauno, Municipality of Puerto Guzmán (Poultry farm project).



  • Women as Heads of Household Group, Hamlet of la Patria, Municipality of Puerto Guzmán (Poultry farm project).
  • Asociación La Reserva, Hamlet of N'apoles, Municipality of Piamonte Cauca (fish farm project).
  • Women as Heads of Household Group, Hamlet of San Pedro, Municipality of Puerto Guzmán (Poultry farm project).
  • Women as Heads of Household Group, Hamlet of Villagloria, Municipality of Mocoa (Poultry farm project).
  • Women as Heads of Household Group, Puerto Limón, Municipality of Mocoa (Poultry farm project).
  • Farmers Association of the Hamlet of el Mesón, Municipality of Mocoa (Poultry farm project).

Chaza Block (Partner SOLANA, area of influence Municipality of Villagarzón Putumayo).

During the month of April the Asociación de Desplazados Selva Futuro (association for the future of displaced people) in the Hamlet of Canangucho was provided with broiler chicks and feed for the development of an poultry project that benefited 8 very low-income families.

In addition, an excavator was contracted to build fish ponds and to adapt the existing ones. All of this with the objective of developing a fish farm program to benefit families in the Hamlet of San Isidro, Municipality of Villagarzón Putumayo.