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.
  • IICA assists in strengthening collaboration between the Ministry of Agriculture of Nevis and the Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine

    Entities seek to explore ways for integrating the work of the University into the wider local communities and to stimulate economic change in livestock production.

  • IICA supports the development of agro-entrepreneurs in St. Kitts and Nevis

    After 2 workshops, 30 participants are now fully aware of the importance of labelling as part of their market strategy.

  • IICA extends greenhouse technology to primary school in Nevis

    The construction of a greenhouse, with support from IICA, will help reduce the cost of a school feeding programme that benefits 300 students.

  • 15 Caribbean businesses receive training in food safety to improve their competitiveness

    The training, organized by IICA, was well received by the practitioners who will return to their respective workplaces and make a difference. 

  • Caribbean countries join to recommend actions to improve the adoption of Integrated Soil Management Practices

    A webinar convened more than 50 stakeholders to discuss regional experiences in this subject