Both products have high demand.
One of the Institute’s main contribution during the past year focused on the support given to the rehabilitation and revitalization of the agricultural sector post Hurricane Irma.
Rural women, youth and indigenous communities benefited from the cooperation.
As the result of a partnership with the Institute, Costa Rica’s National Animal Health Service (SENASA) will benefit from a computer tool that will strengthen the inspection, control and surveillance processes of facilities that prepare products for human consumption.
Every dollar and pound of food traded represents the efforts of millions of workers along the agricultural value chains.