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  • Agriculture: A priority for sustainable development in the Americas

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  • San José, Costa Rica
    Mon, 08/05/2019

    Rural women entrepreneurs strengthened their capabilities through a course delivered by the Ministry of Labor of Costa Rica and IICA

    They received training in empowerment, entrepreneurship, e-commerce, accounting, office automation and food handling.

  • San Jose, Costa Rica
    Mon, 07/15/2019

    FDA and IICA train agricultural instructors on the requirements for exporting fresh produce to the United States

    A course carried out in Costa Rica will equip 56 delegates from eight Latin American countries to provide training on this regulation to producers, academics and officers involved in the production and commercialization of fresh fruits and vegetables for the U.S. market.

  • San Jose, Costa Rica
    Mon, 05/27/2019

    IICA acquires access to an extensive bibliography on agriculture

    The platform provides access to academic periodicals and other resources dealing with a range of subjects in science and the humanities.

  • San Jose, Costa Rica
    Mon, 05/27/2019

    Costa Rica’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs to provide training to diplomats via IICA’s online courses

    Sustainable development and coffee production will be the first IICA courses that will be made available to diplomats from this Central American country.

  • 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.

  • Mexico City
    Fri, 04/05/2019

    Microsoft, Global Hitss and IICA join forces to drive the digital transformation of agriculture in Latin America

    The three entities have established a partnership to drive the development of technological solutions, with the aim of bridging the digital gap in the agriculture sector of Latin America and the Caribbean. The first programs, which will involve the creation of apps for water and pest management, as well as chatbots to assist farmers, will be launched in Argentina and Brazil.

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