• Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture
  • Agriculture: A priority for sustainable development in the Americas

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Press

  • IICA articulates South-South cooperation between Costa Rica and Trinidad and Tobago in Good Agricultural Practices

    Costa Rican authorities and experts from the public and private sectors receive a mission from Trinidad and Tobago to learn about the Costa Rican experience in the application of Good Agricultural Practices.

  • Good practices

    IICA articulates South-South cooperation between Costa Rica and Trinidad and Tobago in Good Agricultural Practices

  • Regional workshop

    Central America and the Dominican Republic are aiming to boost local trade in and export of safe, high-quality food

  • Partnership

    IDB and IICA launch a joint work agenda for the agriculture sector

  • Accountability

    Technology transfer and sanitary risk prevention defined IICA’s work in Grenada in 2018

Events

  • Technical forum

    Accredited Third-Party Certification Program and Voluntary Qualified Importer Program

  • Technical forum

    The dispute settlement system of the WTO and its relationship to sanitary and phytosanitary measures

  • Virtual forum

    Importance of assessing the impact of disasters on the livestock sector and presentation of a course in good emergency response practices

5 países del Caribe fortalecen sus conocimientos en Codex Alimentarius

08/08/2017

IICA and the Government of Chile carried out a project that consisted of training 5 Caribbean countries to strengthen the management and knowledge of the Codex Alimentarius. How they did it?

They shared tactics to participate better in Codex meetings and generated strategies to have a greater impact on the elaboration of the guidelines that are analyzed there. They were strengthened at the national and country levels.

The initiative was financed by the Fondo Chile and executed by Achipia and the U.S. Department of Agriculture Learn more about this project.

Audio

  • Mientras nuestra agricultura hace el tránsito necesario hacia una agricultura más sustentable, es necesario mejorar la gestión que se realiza de los residuos de pesticidas. Los lechos biológicos constituyen una tecnología sencilla y económica para resguardar la salud humana y del medioambiente.

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