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  • San Jose, Costa Rica
    Thu, 03/15/2012

    OAS enlists IICA’s support in preparing document for upcoming General Assembly

    The Institute will prepare a document that will serve as the basis for discussions on food security to take place within the framework of the OAS General Assembly this year.

  • Brasilia
    Fri, 03/09/2012

    Rio + 20 begins beforehand in the virtual world

    Users around the world will be able to participate, along with specialists and public sector managers, in a virtual conference covering the topics of the Rio + 20 agenda, the results of which will be dealt with at the world summit in June.

  • San José, Costa Rica
    Fri, 03/02/2012

    IICA to share experiences in innovation with the G-20

    The Institute is involved in the preparation of an inter-agency document that will demonstrate to the G20 Ministers of Agriculture how innovation can play a key role in guaranteeing food security worldwide.

  • Washington, USA
    Thu, 02/23/2012

    IICA expresses optimism despite challenges facing Latin America and the Caribbean

    The Director General of IICA participated in the Forum “Outlook 2012”, organized by the USDA, where he explained that the region’s agriculture requires innovation to fulfill its role as food provider to the world, without over-exploiting its natural resources.

  • Roma, Italy
    Wed, 02/22/2012

    In Rome, IICA reports on assistance to Haiti

    IICA presented to IFAD the lessons learned from a technical assistance program that it is carrying out in Haiti, which emerged as a response to the earthquake two years ago.

  • San José, Costa Rica
    Thu, 10/27/2011

    Prahbu Pingali, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation: Latin America is a source of innovation for other parts of the world

    Addressing the Ministers of Agriculture of the region, Pingali stated that agricultural research and development in Latin America have made it possible to combat poverty and hunger elsewhere.

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