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  • San José, Costa Rica
    Wed, 05/30/2018

    “La Niña” phenomenon transitions to neutral phase, but tropical cyclone season will be more intense

    A virtual seminar organized by IICA analyzed the implications of these climatic conditions for agricultural health in Mesoamerica.

  • Trinidad and Tobago
    Mon, 05/28/2018

    IICA hosts annual accountability seminar in Trinidad and Tobago

    The 40 participants of the accountability seminar represented public and private sector entities as well as development partners, educational institutions and producer organizations.

  • Antigua and Barbuda
    Mon, 05/28/2018

    IICA Delegation in Antigua and Barbuda held its annual accountability seminar

    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.

  • San José, Costa Rica
    Mon, 04/30/2018

    Researchers identify primary challenges for the future with respect to agriculture, food security and climate change

    At a global workshop hosted by IICA, close to 150 specialists from around the world agreed that research efforts should focus on integration of mitigation and adaptation, climate risk management and nutrition.

  • San José, Costa Rica
    Mon, 04/23/2018

    International experts from five continents will share key developments in sustainable agriculture and food security in the face of climate change

    For the first time in Latin America, a workshop will be held this week at the IICA  headquarters in Costa Rica. The event is organized by AgMip with the Institute’s support.

  • Santiago, Chile
    Tue, 04/17/2018

    In the 21st century, rural development is synonymous with sustainable development

    Rural development is fundamental to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals according to the leading international agencies dedicated to the rural world.

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