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  • News

    IICA launches five scholarships for Latin American students for the Digital Agri master’s degree course offered by the University of Córdoba in Spain

    The Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) is to award five tuition scholarships to young people from Latin American countries under 30 years of age for the master’s degree course in the digital transformation of the agrifood and forestry sector, known as Digital Agri, offered by the University of Córdoba (UCO) in Spain.
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    Faced with trade protectionism driven by environmental considerations, the Southern Cone should develop a common science-based vision that reflects the sustainability of its agricultural activities

    Faced with trade protectionism driven by environmental considerations, the Southern Cone should develop a common science-based vision that provides metrics and data that reflect the sustainability of its agricultural production, said specialists, leaders of stakeholder organizations, producers, academics and officials from Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil, Paraguay, Bolivia and Chile at an international symposium on food, energy, and climate change.
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    Agriculture is the key sector for solving the environmental crisis, stated scientist Rattan Lal, IICA Goodwill Ambassador, at the G20

    IICA was invited by the Brazilian presidency to participate in the G20 Global Initiative on Bioeconomy meetings that began this month. The mission of these meetings is to agree on High-Level Principles on Bioeconomy, which will be included in the Rio Declaration to be adopted by the Heads of State and Government at the end of the year.
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    Sustainable livestock farming drives economic development in the Americas and combats climate change: IICA

    The Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) underscores the importance of innovation and institution building in the livestock farming subsector in Mexico, and Latin America as a whole, to make it more sustainable and resilient and to combat climate change.
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    Sustainable livestock farming is key to combating the effects of climate change and hunger in the Americas

    In a webinar organized by the Mexican Association of Milk Producers, IICA/Mexico highlighted the contribution of livestock farming in the Americas to the production of high-nutrition protein, and the importance of implementing cooperation mechanisms to adapt good practices that help reduce carbon emissions.

VIDEOS

  • High-level dialogue - Climate change and the agricultural sector: A Call to Action from the Americas

  • A Healthier Choice - Bio Fortification of Rice Explained

  • World Food Prize - IICA Side Event: Agrifood Systems in the Region: Challenges and Necessary Actions

  • Commemoration of the International Day of Rural Women - Forum "Priorities in the gender agenda"

  • African Swine Fever - A global vision: How to protect against ASF

  • Launch - AgriExtApp

  • Tribute to food chain workers

    Popular music homage to those who work day to day to put food on our tables

    A campaign to express appreciation to and recognize the work of farmers and food chain workers who, at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, guarantee food production, transportation, commercialization and supply in countries throughout the Americas.

  • Rural Women

    Warriors

    IICA is committed to giving visibility to the role of women and accelerating the development of sound public policies for the benefit of women who live in the countryside.

  • High-level seminars

    Analysis of post covid-19 scenarios

  • The Outlook for Agriculture and Rural Development in the Americas:

    A Perspective on Latin America and the Caribbean

    Each edition of the ECLAC-FAO-IICA joint report analyzes the main trends that affect agriculture and impact the lives of rural dwellers, and provides an outlook on possible future scenarios with respect to each topic covered by the document.