The four strategic objectives organize and systematize the countries’ development strategies and, consequently, IICA’s technical cooperation actions. The objectives are as follows:
- 1. Increase the contributions of the agriculture sector to economic growth and sustainable development.
- 2. Contribute to the well-being of all rural dwellers.
- 3. Improve international and regional trade for countries in the region.
- 4. Increase the resilience of rural areas and agrifood systems to extreme events.
Our model prioritizes triangular cooperation and South-South cooperation, and is geared towards efficiency, flexibility, decentralization, collaborative work and networking, with a focus on processes as well as the mobilization of human, institutional and financial resources.
Our roadmap is based on seven hemispheric programs, which lend uniqueness to IICA’s vision; channel the Institute’s programmatic actions toward the identification of cooperation actions through the design and implementation of projects; and provide technical advice and assistance to governments and other social and economic stakeholders involved in agricultural and rural life in the Americas.
The seven hemispheric programs are:
- 1. Innovation and Bioeconomy
- 2. Territorial Development and Family Farming
- 3. International Trade and Regional Integration
- 4. Climate Action and Agricultural Sustainability
- 5. Agricultural Health, Safety and Agrifood Quality
- 6. Digitalization of Agrifood Systems
- 7. Gender Equality and Youth
STRATEGIC STATEMENTS 2022-2026
- 1. To be an IICA “of open doors” that es environmentally responsible and involved in the community
- 2. To provide technical cooperation of excellence through its network of offices, adopting an interdisciplinary and targeted approach, with special emphasis on the development of a new generation of public policies.
- 3. To foster a leadership style that strengthens and transforms agrifood systems and collective action in the countries.
- 4. To carry out efficient administrative management based on a process culture, decentralization and results-based continuous improvement.
- 5. To strengthen the Institute’s finances by optimizing operations, utilizing institutional resources in a rational manner, increasing the mobilization of external resources, as well as establishing strategic partnerships that complement development projects and investment.
PRINCIPLES OF ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT TO RAISE CORPORATE PRODUCTIVITY
Administrative management will be grounded in the following principle:
- 1. Transparency
- 2. Decentralization
- 3. Innovation
- 4. Efficiency and effectiveness
- 5. Resilience
- 6. Coordination
- 7. Team spirit