Ir Arriba


  • Research studies aimed at resolving challenges faced by Latin American and Caribbean coffee farmers were presented in Guatemala

    PROMECAFE, an initiative supported by IICA, held a symposium with 330 participants from 14 countries across the region, which is home to more than one million coffee-farming families.

  • “La Niña” phenomenon transitions to neutral phase, but tropical cyclone season will be more intense

    A virtual seminar organized by IICA analyzed the implications of these climatic conditions for agricultural health in Mesoamerica.

  • Cocoa and coffee chain representatives from eight countries of America trained in the design of agricultural projects with evaluation criteria

    Through the application of methodologies, dialogue and group exercises, participants learned how to design projects that can be evaluated at all stages

  • New book promotes a holistic vision for improving the agricultural sector’s resilience to climate change

    An integrated approach to good agricultural practices (GAP) and close collaboration between producers and governments are key to the development of a more sustainable 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.

  • 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.