Ir Arriba

Noticias

  • 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.
  • 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.

  • 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  

  • Bahamas promotes use of good agricultural practices

    Topics like good agricultural practices and Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point (HACCP) procedures were discussed.

  • Training program strengthens over 200 technicians in Central America and the Caribbean

    Courses supported by IICA and the Mexican government promote technical innovations to increase agricultural productivity and competitiveness.

     

  • Specialists promote agenda for advancing agricultural insurance in Latin America and the Caribbean

    At a meeting organized by IICA, international experts underscored the importance of facilitating risk management tools for small and medium-scale producers.