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  • Brasilia, Brazil
    Fri, 10/05/2018

    Latin American and Caribbean countries seek joint strategies to ensure the protection of consumer health in international food trade

    In preparation for the international meetings of the Codex Alimentarius Committee, a colloquium was held in Brazil, where participants discussed varying perspectives on the issues of food hygiene, human nutrition and antimicrobial resistance.

  • Buenos Aires
    Tue, 09/18/2018

    Otero appealed for improvements in infrastructure, integration and trade to boost rural productivity in the Americas

    The Director General of IICA participated in the summit of the G20’s think tank engagement group, which will submit policy recommendations to the leaders of this global forum.

  • Buenos Aires
    Mon, 09/17/2018

    Otero delivers a presentation on policies for food security and sustainable agriculture at the T20 Summit

    The Summit of the G20 engagement group will bring together experts from the world’s main think tanks, government officials, representatives of international organizations and leaders of the business community.

  • Costa Rica
    Fri, 07/20/2018

    The Caribbean must reduce its multimillion-dollar food import bill, stated the head of the OECS

    The Director General of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), Didacus Jules, signed an agreement with IICA to boost food production and safety in the countries of the region.

  • San José, Costa Rica
    Fri, 05/11/2018

    “Guardians” of America’s seeds acquired state-of-the-art expertise in germbanks

    This took place at a workshop at IICA’s Headquarters in San José, Costa Rica, which was  organized by Crop Trust for the second time in a Latin America country.

  • Suriname
    Wed, 05/09/2018

    Experience capitalization: Two CANROP chapters share knowledge to increase their economic opportunities

    Members of the Caribbean Network of Rural Women Producers (CANROP) from Saint Lucia and Suriname realize the benefits of effective networking for mutual enhancement of their agri-businesses. 

     

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