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    In São Paulo, prominent Brazilian agribusiness leaders and the Director General of IICA discussed the challenges facing agriculture, climate urgency, and the links with trade, the environmental negotiations and the G20

    The meeting reaffirmed the strategic importance of agriculture, especially in Latin America and the Caribbean, its interaction with science, technology and innovation systems, and its productive and inclusive potential.
  • More than 40 men and women who work day to day to foster food security and well-being in their communities will gather in Costa Rica at the First Meeting of Leaders of Rurality of the Americas, organized by IICA 

    The rural leaders, from all corners of the hemisphere, will attend lectures by Álvaro Lario, President of the International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD); Rattan Lal, Director of the Center for Carbon Management and Sequestration (C-MASC) at The Ohio State University; and Roberto Rodrigues, former Minister of Agriculture of Brazil and a globally renowned leader of cooperative movements, among other issues. The specialists will discuss key topics such as sustainability, organization and funding.
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    Countries in Latin America and the Caribbean see an urgent need to strengthen animal health services to reinforce their global position as a food supplier

    The high-level event included a fruitful exchange of information on the current challenges, trends and experiences in the fight against zoonoses that pose a threat to health, production, the environment, employment, exports and food and nutritional security.
  • More than 15 Latin American and Caribbean institutions presented a report on the situation and outlook for the bioeconomy, a strategic commitment for the development of the region

    The report is intended to be used as a guide by policymakers, academics, support organizations, and society in general. It is a valuable source of information designed to raise awareness and support decision-making, as it provides inputs for the formulation and implementation of public policies, and promotes collaboration among regional institutions.
  • More than 15 Latin American and Caribbean institutions presented a report on the situation and outlook for the bioeconomy, a strategic commitment for the development of the region

    The report is intended to be used as a guide by policymakers, academics, support organizations, and society in general. It is a valuable source of information designed to raise awareness and support decision-making, as it provides inputs for the formulation and implementation of public policies, and promotes collaboration among regional institutions.
  • In Georgetown, the President of Guyana, Mohamed Irfaan Ali, received the Director General of IICA, who praised the country’s progress towards achieving more resilient and sustainable food production

    The Head of Statewho last October took part in the Conference of Ministers of Agriculture of the region held at IICA’s Headquarters in San José, Costa Ricadiscussed with Otero Guyana’s progress towards achieving more resilient and sustainable food production.