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

Agricultural markets

Press

  • Partnering to improve productivity and environmental sustainability for small-holder farmers

    The agreement will accommodate sharing of knowledge and innovations, agricultural exchanges and joint research internships to respond to the increasing productivity challenges being faced by farmers across the hemisphere.  The agreement will accommodate sharing of knowledge and innovations, agricultural exchanges and joint research internships to respond to the increasing productivity challenges being faced by farmers across the hemisphere.  The agreement will accommodate sharing of knowledge and innovations, agricultural exchanges and joint research internships to respond to the increasing productivity challenges being faced by farmers across the hemisphere.  

  • MOU Signing

    Partnering to improve productivity and environmental sustainability for small-holder farmers

  • CWA 2018

    IICA introduces Caribbean countries to a project aimed at creating a Global Center for Resilient Agriculture in Dominica

  • Agrientrepreneurship

    IICA supports young Caribbean agripreneurs in access to domestic and regional markets

  • Capacitation

    IICA strengthens the coffee sector in Dominica and Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

Events

  • Technical Forum

    WTO and WTO-IICA Reference Centers: Information Services for Latin America and the Caribbean

  • SPS Event

    Workshop

    Validation Workshop

  • GMA Science Forum

    FSMA International Implications: How Do the New Rules Change Current Practices?

Expo Agri Biz - Grenada

10/03/2017

Video of the Ministry of Agriculture of Grenada, produced by Jerry Malcolm. Listen to the producers talk about this initiative, which sought to boost Grenada's agricultural sector.

Audio

  • En nuestra América el 90% de la producción de cacao está en manos de agricultores de pequeña escala, mujeres y hombres que enfrentan grandes dificultades para insertarse en los mercados. Una experiencia desarrollada en Costa Rica nos demuestra que lograrlo es posible. Bajar cuña

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