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  • Mission sent by Director General of IICA engages in dialogue with the Vice President of Brazil, Geraldo Alckmin, to discuss hemispheric agency’s support for the agricultural agenda at G20 and COP30

    IICA can make a significant contribution at high-level forums such as the G20 and COP, by exchanging ideas, information and experiences in the transformation of agriculture and rural life, to build consensus and a shared roadmap on the challenges and opportunities for the agrifood sector, which must necessarily be sustainable, more competitive and inclusive.
  • Use of technologies and science-based data will be crucial for trade in agricultural goods from the Americas in the European Union

    With farmers as key players in agrifood systems transformation, countries of the region are being called upon to consolidate their leading role in food security, noted IICA’s Deputy Director General during an international seminar.
  • Washington’s AgForestry foundation and IICA agree that environmental protection and the strengthening of agrifood systems are key to revitalizing the economy in the Americas

    The Washington Agriculture and Forestry Education Foundation (AgForestry) highlighted IICA’s work in the region’s natural systems to guarantee agricultural health and food safety.
  • Indigenous Amazonian collector and entrepreneur Katia Silene Tonkyre, the first woman cacique of her village, will receive IICA’s “Soul of Rurality” award, which recognizes Leaders of Rurality of the Americas

    The award is part of an initiative of the agency specializing in agricultural and rural development to recognize men and women who are leaving a mark and making a difference in rural areas of the Americas.
  • Indigenous Amazonian collector and entrepreneur Katia Silene Tonkyre, the first woman cacique of her village, will receive IICA’s “Soul of Rurality” award, which recognizes Leaders of Rurality of the Americas

    The award is part of an initiative of the agency specializing in agricultural and rural development to recognize men and women who are leaving a mark and making a difference in rural areas of the Americas.
  • Argentina’s Secretary of Agriculture and Director General of IICA give European Union officials details of the potential of the bioeconomy in Latin America

    Also taking part in the event were Argentina’s Agricultural Attaché to the EU, Gastón Funes, and Chargé d’affaires, Atilio Berardi, along with members of different delegations who perform their duties at the Headquarters of the body responsible for the joint political and economic policies of the European countries.