IICA will award three tuition scholarships for the Digital Agri Master’s program at the University of Cordoba in SpainInterested candidates should first request admission to the program on the website of the Regional Government of Anadalusia (Spain) and then send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, from 6 to 10 July 2023, indicating their interest in and availability to pursue the specialization program, which will be delivered in face-to-face mode.
At FONTAGRO commemoration and other high-level meetings in Spain, IICA Director General highlights the key role of Latin America and the Caribbean for global food securityDuring a visit to the Spanish capital, Otero also met with the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food (MAPA) of Spain, Luis Planas, as part of a series of high-level bilateral meetings in which he reaffirmed the key role of Latin America and the Caribbean for global food security and its commitment to transforming agrifood systems to foster a more productive, sustainable and inclusive agriculture sector together with farmers.
UNCTAD and IICA join forces to strengthen agricultural trade, consumer protection and food security in the AmericasThe agreement between both organizations was signed by UNCTAD Secretary General Rebeca Grynspan and IICA Director General Manuel Otero.
IICA Leaders of Rurality highlight the contribution of rural women to food production and sustainable development in the AmericasLorena Valdez, of Ecuador, and Haydée Anccasi, of Peru, recounted their experiences in a roundtable discussion organized by IICA, AECID and EFE to commemorate International Day of Rural Women.
IICA took presence and message of rural women of the Americas to the European Union through photography exhibition in BrusselsThe exhibition entitled “Rural Women of the Americas: Sowing Tomorrow’s Agriculture Today” was on display at the European Development Days 2022 organized by the European Commission in Brussels, Belgium.
University of Cordoba and IICA promote digital transformation of agriculture in the Americas with master in Digital AgriThe institutions presented a postgraduate program for students from Latin America and the Caribbean aimed at training professionals to support and drive the digitalization of agriculture and rural areas.