• Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture
  • Our commitment: Results

Rural youth


  • IICA participates in Panel Discussion on “Climate is Changing: Agriculture must too”

    The IICA Delegation in Guyana continues to support the development of agriculture in Guyana. In collaboration with the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), the Ministry of Agriculture (MoA), Conservation International (CI), and the International Centre for Rainforest Conservation (IWOKARAMA).

  • FAO/IICA Panel

    IICA participates in Panel Discussion on “Climate is Changing: Agriculture must too”

  • Youth in Agriculture

    IICA, CFL, SLAFY and MOA Support Phase 5 Helping Out Our Primary and Secondary Schools (HOOPSS)

  • Youth in Agriculture

    Supporting the Creation and Management of a Caribbean Youth in Agriculture Virtual Business Incubator and Resource Hub

  • Youth in Agriculture

    Hive-minded – A Communal Apiary for the Youth of Saint Lucia

IICA Canada 2015 Panel Discussion - “Engaging Youth Today to Feed the World Tomorrow”


IICA Canada hosted a panel discussion to explore the topic “Engaging Youth Today to Feed the World Tomorrow”. IICA has identified the engagement of youth in agriculture as a cross cutting theme in its 2014-2018 Medium Term Plan (MTP). One of the starkest realities facing agriculture in some countries is the extensive migration of farmers into other economic activities or non-agricultural regions. This is especially true of young people moving to cities to explore other opportunities. This often comes at a high cost and with a devastating impact, unless measures are taken to engage young people and attract them to the land. Agriculture offers the next generation a chance to make a difference by producing and supplying enough food to feed the world . Ending world hunger and malnutrition, as well as helping the sector adapt to and mitigate impacts of climate change, provide an opportunity for young farmers.


  • El Programa de Becas IICA/CONACYT permite que jóvenes profesionales de la Región cursen posgrados en temas de alta prioridad para la agricultura en las mejores universidades y centros de investigación de México. Le invitamos a conocerlo. Descargar cuña

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