The Comunidad Andina, or CAN, was established in 1969 within the Cartagena Agreement to create an integrated and cooperative system that tends towards a balanced, harmonious, and shared economic development within the Andean region of South America. The four full members include Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, and Peru with many other associate and observed countries. The fulfillment of these objectives shall lead to an enduring improvement in the standard of living of the community’s population.

Member Countries

Member Countries
Bolivia Colombia Ecuador


Comunidad Andina