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  • Carbon sequestration in pastures and carbon footprint measurement; reduction of greenhouse gas emissions; as well as soil health care were some of the issues that Otero discussed with Secretary Juan José Bahillo.

    The IICA Director General met with the Secretary of Agriculture and private sector stakeholders from Argentina, discussing the country’s progress in increasing enbilidad ambiental de la producción con Secretario de Agricultura y actores del sector privado

    Carbon sequestration in pastures and carbon footprint measurement; reduction of greenhouse gas emissions; as well as soil health care were some of the issues that Otero discussed with Secretary Juan José Bahillo.
  • The Bahamas Development Bank and IICA Partner to Boost Economic Development in Family Islands

    Recently, BDB has been meeting with IICA to discuss opportunities for financing agri-tourism, climate resilience, and Family Island development, and this MOU is the result of those meetings.
  • Panama is launching its State Agri-Food Policy, designed with assistance from IICA and aimed at making agriculture a driving force for economic and social development

    The legislation was drafted following a process of analysis and participatory dialogue with all the sector’s public and private stakeholders. The process took more than two years to complete, with the IICA playing an important role.
  • Close to 80 U.S. students are visiting Costa Rica to learn about the country’s agriculture sector and to strengthen leadership skills, with the support of IICA

    University students from the U.S. are attending a seminar organized by Future Farmers of America (FFA) that includes visits to agricultural production areas in the Central American country.
  • Over one hundred rural youth graduated from the School of Agricultural Leaders co-founded by Costa Rica’s Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock and IICA

    The training program included three modules: digital agriculture, agricultural resilience and entrepreneurship. The participants were students from ten professional technical schools and from the local livestock association – Cámara de Ganaderos Unidos del Caribe.
  • Over one hundred rural youth graduated from the School of Agricultural Leaders co-founded by Costa Rica’s Ministry of Agriculture and Livestock and IICA

    The training program included three modules: digital agriculture, agricultural resilience and entrepreneurship. The participants were students from ten professional technical schools and from the local livestock association – Cámara de Ganaderos Unidos del Caribe.