• Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture
  • Agriculture: A priority for sustainable development in the Americas


  • St. George's, Granada
    Mon, 04/15/2019

    Grenadian cocoa and chocolate producers increased their knowledge about sanitary standards for export

    With the support of IICA, the cocoa sector of this Caribbean country will continue to make progress in adopting good sanitary, trade, and production practices.

  • La Libertad, El Salvador
    Mon, 04/15/2019

    Central America and the Dominican Republic are aiming to boost local trade in and export of safe, high-quality food

    A joint initiative by the USDA, USAID, and IICA will enable countries of the region to enhance the quality and guarantee the safety of agricultural products throughout the agro-production chain.

  • San Jose, Costa Rica
    Wed, 04/10/2019

    A web-based information platform on agricultural markets in the Americas is in the pipeline

    Agricultural chains will boost competitiveness by accessing existing or forthcoming statistical, geospatial, and trade databases

  • Paramaribo, Suriname
    Tue, 04/09/2019

    Suriname is now more equipped to tackle drought and diversify production

    As part of its technical cooperation efforts in the country last year, IICA supported water infrastructure development, vegetable cultivation, and the use of Perone hive technology.

  • Zaragoza, Spain
    Mon, 04/08/2019

    IICA highlights the situation of rural youth in the Americas at an event in Spain

    The Institute believes that rural youth can be the catalysts for positive social, economic, and environmental changes in their own communities.

  • Mexico City
    Fri, 04/05/2019

    Microsoft, Global Hitss and IICA join forces to drive the digital transformation of agriculture in Latin America

    The three entities have established a partnership to drive the development of technological solutions, with the aim of bridging the digital gap in the agriculture sector of Latin America and the Caribbean. The first programs, which will involve the creation of apps for water and pest management, as well as chatbots to assist farmers, will be launched in Argentina and Brazil.


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