Peru Floods Appeal

Peru Floods Appeal

On Thursday 13 of April  APCCI President Miguel Mudbidri and Vice-President Luis Cuadros visited the Peruvian Consulate in Sydney to give the #AustraliaDaLaMano donation report. The report was received by Deputy Consul General Ricardo Salamanca.

Together we raised AU$5,245, deposited already into Cáritas del Perú campaign account. Thank you to all members and friends, thank you for your generosity Australia!

A Total of AU$5,393 was sent to Caritas Peru (+$32 Bank Fees).

for your generosity Australia!

A Total of AU$5,393 was sent to Caritas Peru (+$32 Bank Fees).



Donations for Natural Disaster in Peru caused by Rains and Floods

#AustraliaGivesAHelpingHand  #perudalamano #australiadalamano #APCCI #UnaSolaFuerza

Peru needs your help. Thousands of Peruvians have lost their homes and many cities will need to be rebuilt due to El Nino.

APCCI is centralising donations in Australian dollars to be sent to the campaign PERU DA LA MANO (Peru gives a hand).

If you’d like to help Peru, please donate to:
Account: Australia Peru Chamber of Commerce Inc.
Bank: Westpac
BSB: 032-173
Acc number: 486 383
In the description include: DONATION + name AND email us to email a

Huaico 1 (source: SurfOutlet Perú/RPP Noticias) huayco 2 (Source:Facebook  PeruDaLaMano)


Peru: Natural Disasters

If you are in Peru and want to donate to the Natural Disasters which are affecting various regions in Peru. Please see below (in spanish)


APCCI Submission to DFAT Foreign Policy White Paper

The Australian Government’s  Foreign Policy White Paper, the first since 2003, is due to be released for publication later this year (2017). It will look at Australia’s economic, security and foreign policy interests and examine global trends in the years ahead. Late in 2016 submissions were called from the Australian public and were due on 28 February 2017.

APCCI (Australia) has presented their view on the opportunities for further engagement in Latin America and Peru in Particular. You can view the submission by following the link HERE





APCCI is successfull in promoting the Initial Machu Picchu LIDAR Scan over Machu Picchu.

Peru Lidar Project is an Initiative of the Australia Peru Chamber of Commerce. Who received the Support of the Ministry of Culture of Peru, SERNANP to develop a collaborative project to Scan the Machu Picchu World Heritage Site, using LIDAR Technology. For this APCCI received a Grant from COALAR (Council on Australian Latin American Relations) to support the project. The project received the support and advice from Professor Roland Fletcher, University of Sydney, as Honorary Adviser to APCCI and to the Project and was requested by the Ministry of Culture to help to lead the International Scientific Committee. The Peru Lidar Project – Scanning was possible thanks to the sponsorship and funds available from:

COALAR (Council on Australian Latin American Relations)
Cerveceria Backus y Jonston
Erickson Exporations LLC
LATAM Airlines
Special thanks also to COLTUR (Peru)



For more information on the Project: Machu Picchu LIDAR Page on Facebook

End of Year Drinks: Three Latin American Chambers


When: Tuesday 24th Of November

Where: Please follow the BOOK link 

Time: 6pm to 9pm

This is the first time Three Latin American Chambers (APCCI- Australia Peru Chamber of Commerce Inc, ACCC- Australia Chile Chamber of Commerce and ABCC- Australia Brazil Chamber of Commerce) get together to host an event. For the last few months the three chambers have got together to cooperate and support each other. The aim is to cross promote events, co-host and have more cooperation in 2016.

The event will be an opportunity for the Chambers to explain to you our work during the year and our plans for 2016,  it will also serve to Present the Machu Picchu LIDAR Project, we will explain this project further on the day and I am sure many of you will be eager to know more about it.

Too book your tickets, please follow this link: BOOK NOW  , please feel free to share this email with business colleagues who might be interested in networking with the Three Latin Chambers on one night.
Hope to see you on the 24th!