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  • San José, Costa Rica
    Wed, 12/06/2017

    Two Caribbean countries seek to strengthen coffee sector based on the Costa Rican experience

    Technicians from the Common Wealth of Dominica and St. Vincent and the Grenadines have enhanced knowledge of the organization and operation of a viable coffee industry through IICA’s support in the hosting of a coffee study tour to Costa Rica

  • Kingstown, St. Vincent and the Grenadines
    Wed, 05/31/2017

    ​Innovations for sustainable production seek to propel the beekeepers sector

    A new initiative could help beekeepers to lower their production costs, increase wax production, produce higher quality honey and improve their commercial opportunities.

  • Kingston
    Tue, 05/09/2017

    ​Three dairy farmers’ groups benefit from a robust technical cooperation agreement

    Main actions focus on silvo-pastoral systems, enterprise development plan, capacity building of dairy clusters and data collection.

     

     

  • San Jose, Costa Rica
    Wed, 04/19/2017

    Canadians’ love for chocolate could prove useful in supporting agricultural communities in Peru

    The average consumption of cacao in Canada amounts to 6.4 kilos per person each year, making the country as the ninth largest consumer of chocolate in the world.

  • San José
    Thu, 03/23/2017

    IICA study reveals benefits of the Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program of Canada for Latin American and Caribbean countries

    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.

  • Grenada
    Thu, 03/09/2017

    Grenada root crop farmers received donation of plastic packaging crates

    Benefit distribution is part of the actions carried out by the Agriculture Policy Programme (APP)implemented by IICA, CARICOM and CARDI.

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