Ir Arriba


  • 106 new professionals will be able to assist their countries in complying with requirements for exporting processed food to the U.S.

    The initiative, executed by IICA, USDA-FAS and USAID, seeks to support capacity-building in strategic topics for the countries.

  • Caribbean specialists acquire new expertise for adding value to cassava

    A meeting supported by IICA, the European Union, and Colombia’s Presidential Agency for International Cooperation enabled specialists engaged in promoting the crop to learn about new forms of marketing that could boost markets for the product.

  • IICA specialists and members of Costa Rica’s CLIITAs receive training in how to reduce food losses

    Experts from the Institute and other organizations were taught how to use and apply a methodology that helps reduce postharvest losses in agricultural crops.

  • Countries call for improved efforts to transfer technologies for the adaptation of climate change to small-scale producers

    IICA report summarizes the arguments put forward by several countries in the Americas supporting the creation of an international working group on climate change and agriculture.

  • New appellations of origin and geographical indication for Central American coffee

    Project financed by IDB/FOMIN and supported by IICA made facilitated the registration of two appellations of origin in El Salvador and Guatemala and a geographical indication in Honduras.

  • Carbon neutrality can make agribusinesses more competitive

    Officials from across Latin America learned about the WTO’s provisions on environment, with a view to promoting policies designed to make agriculture more competitive and sustainable.