Ir Arriba

CLIMATE CHANGE, NATURAL RESOURCES AND MANAGEMENT OF PRODUCTION RISKS

This program concentrates on issues related to the sustainability of natural resources, particularly soil and water, and on managing risks associated with the dynamics of agroproduction and the rural environment.

Actions are geared towards achieving sustainable management of production resources, increased resilience capacity and the development of platforms to enable efficient and effective management of the risk of external shocks.

  • News

    Trinidad and Tobago enhances its agricultural risk management with the support of IICA

    The Institute handed over to the Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries in Trinidad and Tobago their first resistograph to evaluate trees health and prevent risks under heavy rains, winds and floodings.
  • News

    IICA maintains that tackling climate change requires decisive inter-sectoral action

    Speaking at COP25, Manuel Otero, Director General of IICA, maintained that actions on climate change should involve ministers from various sectors, civil society and the business sector, thereby incorporating these efforts into the agendas of the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean.
  • News

    IICA maintains that tackling climate change requires decisive inter-sectoral action

    Speaking at COP25, Manuel Otero, Director General of IICA, maintained that actions on climate change should involve ministers from various sectors, civil society and the business sector, thereby incorporating these efforts into the agendas of the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean.
  • News

    IICA maintains that tackling climate change requires decisive inter-sectoral action

    Speaking at COP25, Manuel Otero, Director General of IICA, maintained that actions on climate change should involve ministers from various sectors, civil society and the business sector, thereby incorporating these efforts into the agendas of the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean.
  • News

    IICA maintains that tackling climate change requires decisive inter-sectoral action

    Speaking at COP25, Manuel Otero, Director General of IICA, maintained that actions on climate change should involve ministers from various sectors, civil society and the business sector, thereby incorporating these efforts into the agendas of the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean.

VIDEOS

  • Prestação de Contas – IICA Brasil 2019

  • Entrevista a Luis Salazar, Ministro del MICITT - Costa Rica. En el marco de Latinity 2019

  • Entrevista a Federico Villarreal, Director de Cooperación Técnica del IICA. En el marco de Latinity 2019

  • Luza Jaramillo - Latinas in Computing. En el marco de Latinity 2019

Contact us

Technical Cooperation Direction

dct@iica.int

Karen Montiel López

Program Manager

karen.montiel@iica.int