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Noticias

  • “Voices of the Americas”: AgroArt presents the first audiovisual exhibition of the musical tribute to food production workers

    The showing will allow visitors to see and listen to the first 25 of the 90 songs in an initiative that in 2020 brought together leading names from the popular music scene in the Americas, who voluntarily and free of cost participated in the hemispheric initiative.
  • IICA and Syngenta turn to science to solve the challenges facing agriculture

    The Institute, which specializes in providing technical cooperation to the countries of the Americas, and the agricultural innovation company are implementing projects aimed at building capacities in family farming, increasing productivity and supporting sustainability.
  • “If the world does not act quickly, climate change will affect food production”

    Javier Manzanares, Deputy Executive Director of the Green Climate Fund, sounded this warning in an interview with Mauro Zafalon, a journalist for the Brazilian daily newspaper, Folha de S.Paulo. The piece was published in the paper’s “Vaivén de las Commodities” column.
  • Ministers of Agriculture of Africa and the Americas launch common agenda focusing on innovation, environmental sustainability and profitability of family farmers

    The agreement was reached during the First High-Level Roundtable between Africa and the Americas, convened and organized by the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) and IICA, entitled “Building Bridges for Future Cooperation in Agrifood Systems”.
  • Renowned livestock entrepreneur Maris Llorens, from Paraguay, is awarded the title of IICA Goodwill Ambassador

    The commendation was presented to her by the Director General of the Institute, Manuel Otero, for her contributions to innovative livestock farming and environmental preservation.
  • The Green Climate Fund and IICA will implement a joint program to mitigate the climate change impact of the livestock sector of the Americas

    The first step of the initiative—the undertaking of feasibility studies through a 1.5 million dollar capital contribution by the GCF—will assist in developing more efficient production processes and will give both the private and public sectors an opportunity to pitch their projects.