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  • Research studies aimed at resolving challenges faced by Latin American and Caribbean coffee farmers were presented in Guatemala

    PROMECAFE, an initiative supported by IICA, held a symposium with 330 participants from 14 countries across the region, which is home to more than one million coffee-farming families.

  • Costa Rica will host the Second Global Conference of the United Nations Sustainable Food Systems Programme

    The event will bring together more than 150 participants from around the world, to discuss how to address the urgent challenge of transforming our currently unsustainable food systems through a more systemic approach, which can simultaneously address all forms of malnutrition, environmental degradation, and inclusive prosperity.

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

     

    Training was based on successful experiences of Costa Rica and Jamaica

  • “La Niña” phenomenon transitions to neutral phase, but tropical cyclone season will be more intense

    A virtual seminar organized by IICA analyzed the implications of these climatic conditions for agricultural health in Mesoamerica.

  • Canada shares the latest modifications to their food safety regulations with Costa Rican exporters

    With support from IICA, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency presented the most significant modifications to its food safety system, which will become effective this year.

  • An agreement with IICA will enable Costa Rica to modernize its control system for food of animal origin

    As the result of a partnership with the Institute, Costa Rica’s National Animal Health Service (SENASA) will benefit from a computer tool that will strengthen the inspection, control and surveillance processes of facilities that prepare products for human consumption.