• Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture
  • Our commitment: Results

Delegation in United States

  • IICA Delegation in the USA Newsletter

    January - February 2017
  • Women in agricultural development:

    The challenging task of coordinating multilateral collaboration
  • Climate Change

    An urgent transition from climate planning to action
  • New book identifies

    Three ways to improve market access for agricultural producers
  • Antimicrobial Resistance

    Recent Developments on Antimicrobial Resistance International Standards Setting

Press

  • Women in agricultural development: the challenging task of coordinating multilateral collaboration

    Women are the world’s food producers, making up 43% of the global agriculture labor force. Women tend dairy cows, conserve indigenous seeds, grow gardens for schools, harvest coffee, and carry out many other –frequently unpaid- tasks. Yet, often times their hard work is taken for granted when we enjoy our meals.  It is important to invest in women farmers and make sure that they have the same access to resources - including knowledge and technologies – as men.

  • Women’s Day

    Women in agricultural development: the challenging task of coordinating multilateral collaboration

  • Rural development

    Intermediate cities: a breath of fresh air for urban and rural dwellers

  • Training

    Joint OAS and IICA initiative offers online course in agro-ecotourism

  • Analysis

    Director General of IICA offers solutions to tackle the challenges facing the agricultural sector

Events

  • Technical Forum

    Exploring opportunities for partnership with Cuso International in Latin America and the Caribbean

  • Workshop

    Challenges and opportunities for financing agricultural value chains in Latin America

  • Seminar

    The Present and Future of Agricultural Mechanization in Latin America

Representative: Miguel García Winder

miguel.garcia@iica.int

IICA United States

1889 F Street, N.W., Suite 360, Washington, D.C. 20006 Postal code : 1889 F Street, N.W., Suite 360, Washington, D.C. 20006 Phone: 1 (202) 458-3767

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