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  • News

    IICA maintains that tackling climate change requires decisive inter-sectoral action

    Speaking at COP25, Manuel Otero, Director General of IICA, maintained that actions on climate change should involve ministers from various sectors, civil society and the business sector, thereby incorporating these efforts into the agendas of the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean.
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    IICA and the Australian Direct Aid programme collaborate to improve sanitation in rural communities in Suriname

    Two rural villages in the hinterland of Suriname now have access to modern restroom facilities for the use of their residents.
  • News

    IICA supports Trinidad & Tobago’s development of a smart agriculture production system in vulnerable communities to climate change

    The model will showcase to potential investors and donor agencies who are willing to support and build upon this climate smart system.
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    IICA Hosts Trade Meeting with USTR Agricultural Negotiators and Members of Diplomatic Corps

    The United States’ Chief Agricultural Trade Negotiator Ambassador Gregg Doud and his top agriculture trade team discuss key trade issues with agricultural attaches and representatives of International Organizations during IICA’s high-level trade meeting hosted in Washington DC
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    IICA helps build Saint Lucia’s capacities for the rapid response and long-term management of citrus greening

    The plague affects important livelihoods and cross-sectoral advantages, like apiculture, given that citrus is a major source of forage, and agro-tourism linkages.


  • Elizabeth Hodson, Cátedra IICA en Bioeconomía y Desarrollo Sostenible

  • Bioeconomía

  • Centro de Interpretación de la Agricultura del Mañana. CIMAG.

  • Argentine government to support local apiculture industry News Report

  • The Outlook for Agriculture and Rural Development in the Americas:

    A Perspective on Latin America and the Caribbean

    Each edition of the ECLAC-FAO-IICA joint report analyzes the main trends that affect agriculture and impact the lives of rural dwellers, and provides an outlook on possible future scenarios with respect to each topic covered by the document.

  • Rural Women


    The authors dissect data and statistics on the lives of rural women, and explain the urgency of creating opportunities to empower them; they also describe the reasons for which rural women should be prioritized in national and international agenda.