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  • San Jose
    Wed, 11/01/2017

    Art exhibition held to draw attention to the strength of agriculture in the Americas

    It took two years to produce a companion publication showcasing the 20 works by Mexican artist Cruzgaali, which are accompanied by essays on aspects of agriculture and rural life across the continent.

  • Georgetown, Guyana
    Wed, 10/19/2016

    Risk Mapping Workshop

    The Risk Mapping Workshop focused on the issue of climate change and its impact on agricultural production systems and the environment, have brought into sharp focus the need for enhancing agricultural disaster and risk management systems to facilitate appropriate and timely responses

  • Georgetown, Guyana
    Mon, 06/27/2016

    Agriculture Risk Mapping Workshop

    Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana’s vulnerability to natural hazards represent a threat to sustainable socio-economic gr

  • Guatemala
    Fri, 02/26/2016

    IICA and the EU launch program to address the effects of coffee leaf rust on Central America and the Dominican Republic

    The initiative integrates national and regional efforts to achieve a more competitive, sustainable and inclusive coffee production, and will benefit over 330,000 small and medium-sized coffee growing families in the region.

  • San José, Costa Rica
    Wed, 02/10/2016

    IICA launches program to combat coffee leaf rust in Central America and the Dominican Republic

    The initiative will be carried out over the next five years and is expected to benefit 330 thousand coffee-growing families.

  • Family farming, man in field
    San Jose, Costa Rica
    Wed, 11/25/2015

    Latin America and the Caribbean should make risk management an integral part of agricultural planning

    The adoption of innovations as well as support for, and the organization of, social actors are some of the actions that can be implemented to make farming a more secure and profitable economic activity.

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