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  • San José, Costa Rica
    Thu, 05/31/2018

    IICA and Mexico’s CONACYT scholarship program is growing and will award 1,600 scholarships by the end of the year

    This academic initiative has benefitted 134 new professionals alone in Latin America and the Caribbean between January and May of 2018.

  • San José, Costa Rica
    Thu, 05/03/2018

    IICA and Bayer launch virtual course to assist producers to conform to international standards on Good Agricultural Practices

    The online training is free of cost and will be available at the Institute’s virtual campus as of 28 May.

  • Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Wed, 03/14/2018

    Caribbean Ministers and Deputy Ministers of Agriculture see potential for increased cooperation and technology transfer with Argentina and Brazil

    The delegation composed of leaders of 11 Caribbean countries exchanged experiences with members of the Agriculture Commission of the Senate of Argentina, in order to incorporate knowledge and innovation, especially in the field of technology applied to agricultural production.

  • San José, Costa Rica
    Mon, 02/26/2018

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

    A global workshop organized by AgMIP with support from IICA will be held at the end of April at the Institute’s headquarters in Costa Rica.

  • San José, Costa Rica
    Fri, 09/08/2017

    FORAGRO restructures its organization to address the needs and demands of modern agriculture

    Under a new organizational model, this hemispheric organization established its work priorities in order to support research and technological development in agriculture.

  • Otawa, Canadá
    Mon, 06/19/2017

    IICA identifies agricultural innovation as a solution for narrowing the global food gap

    Effective knowledge transfer, improved practices and agricultural innovation could increase productivity in the Americas to better feed the growing global population.

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