Ir Arriba
  • News

    Minister of Science and Technology of Costa Rica endorses CIMAG, an IICA initiative that brings together education and tomorrow’s agriculture

    Adrián Salazar, head of MICITT, offered his support for the Interpretive Center for Tomorrow’s Agriculture (CIMAG), which was jointly created by IICA and Microsoft to familiarize young people in the Americas with the use of modern technologies in agriculture.
  • News

    IICA and CropLife join forces to promote good agricultural practices and responsible biotechnology use in Latin America and the Caribbean

    An agreement signed between the organizations will promote regional agricultural sustainability by providing biotechnology and biosecurity training to producers and other groups.
  • News

    IICA and MIOA maintain that information technology use in agricultural markets would enhance food trade and transparency

    The organizations are pushing for the applications of tools such as big data, artificial intelligence, chatbots, digital marketing, the Internet of Things, machine learning and satellite imagery.
  • News

    Jamaica launches the International Year of Plant Health in the Caribbean with the support of IICA

    Protecting plant health can help end hunger by reducing crop losses to pest and diseases, reduce poverty, protect the environment, and boost economic development.
  • News

    IICA and stakeholders in Trinidad and Tobago explore managing of biowaste to stimulate biobusiness and enhance environmental health

    IICA is conducting workshops in six Caribbean countries to boost composting as an economically viable and sustainable business.

VIDEOS

  • Adrian Salazar, Ministro de Ciencia, Tecnología y Telecomunicaciones | MICITT

  • Constanza Boeglin. Participante del curso de Bioeconomía

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

  • CIMAG, Microsoft - IICA

  • 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

    Warriors

    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.