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  • San Jose, Costa Rica
    Mon, 05/06/2019

    28 countries in the Americas aligned their views regarding the health code for terrestrial and aquatic animals

    During a meeting in Costa Rica, the countries harmonized their stances prior to the General Session of the World Organisation for Animal Health, to be held at the end of May.

  • Panama City, Panama
    Fri, 05/03/2019

    Panama, IICA and CAF sign an agreement to launch an agricultural development plan in Panama

    The Director General of IICA, Manuel Otero, witnessed the signing of the agreement with the Ministry of Agricultural Development (MIDA) of Panama, which will launch the country’s Agricultural Master Plan for the Western Region. The plan will initially benefit about 15,000 agricultural producers and will receive funding from the Development Bank of Latin America (CAF).

  • San José, Costa Rica
    Fri, 05/03/2019

    IICA will host the 3rd Meeting of the International Contact Group on Venezuela on May 6 and 7

    “As a peaceful, democratic country with no army, we prioritize peaceful solutions to conflicts, diplomacy, and the tools afforded by international law and multilateralism”, said Manuel E. Ventura Robles, Minister of Foreign Affairs of Costa Rica.

  • San Jose, Costa Rica
    Fri, 05/03/2019

    IICA and Chile explore cooperation opportunities that would benefit Latin America and the Caribbean in matters related to safety, adaptation to climate change and scholarships for professional

    Joint actions will be undertaken by the Institute and the Chilean International Cooperation Agency for Development following a meeting between authorities from both organizations.

  • Roseau, Dominica
    Thu, 05/02/2019

    Dominica’s agricultural recovery in the aftermath of hurricane Maria was the focus of IICA’s efforts in 2018

    IICA’s actions in 2018 enabled producers in Dominica to resume their activities and increase their climate resilience.

  • Tela, Honduras
    Tue, 04/30/2019

    IICA expressed its support to Honduras in matters related to family farming, water resources management and climate change

    The Director General of IICA, Manuel Otero, participated in Central America’s primary agricultural forum in Honduras, along with scientists, business executives and NGO representatives, who discussed the outlook for the agriculture sector. The event was inaugurated by the President of Honduras, Juan Orlando Hernández.

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