Ir Arriba


  • Small ruminant producers in Antigua and Barbuda will benefit from an IICA project funded by the Australian Aid Programme

    The project seeks to address small ruminant producers access to sustainable nutritious protein-sources in Antigua who are significantly affected by climate risks (droughts and floods), poor soils, inefficient water use and poor management practices.
  • Agricultural stakeholders in Haiti participate in consultation process to prepare IICA’s 2018-2022 work plan

    Through a survey, 12 entities provided feedback, suggestions and comments to IICA regarding the topics that the Institute should work on for the benefit of local agriculture.

  • 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.

  • Food safety workshop prepares Caribbean exporters

    IICA as lead implementing agency seeks to strengthen capacities in three major areas: legislation, coordination and capacity building.

  • Sixteen small businesses strengthen their food safety capabilities

    A regional training event focused on the requirements for better access to and participation of Caribbean agri-food companies in local and export markets.

  • IICA Delegation in Haiti has a new representative

    Abimbola Abiola was introduced to the Minister of Agriculture of this country, with both parties committing to promote Haitian agriculture through joint efforts.