Under a new organizational model, this hemispheric organization established its work priorities in order to support research and technological development in agriculture.
Effective knowledge transfer, improved practices and agricultural innovation could increase productivity in the Americas to better feed the growing global population.
The report highlights the improvement of socio-economic conditions for workers and their families, and stresses the need to improve knowledge transfer from Canadian farm businesses to the home countries of participants.
The project will offer fundamental tools to anyone interested in designing innovative tourism projects. Course registration closes on March 14.
The courses cover topics such as management and productive use of water, food security and innovation, ago-ecotourism and biotechnology.
Between January and May 2016 alone, the academic initiative benefited 105 new professionals in the Americas, which speaks to the program’s success throughout its four years of operation.