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  • News

    Central American Agricultural Council (CAC) and IICA present results of participation in COP28 and urge the agriculture sector to continue to play a key role in the global climate negotiations

    Nearly 150 people from 26 countries in the Americas took part in the webinar “Main outcomes of COP28 and implications for agriculture.”
  • News

    Experts convened by IICA analyze the impact of the volatility of international food and fertilizer prices on food security in Central America

    The region is facing an unprecedented food crisis: a growing number of people are struggling with severe or moderate food insecurity in Central America, more than the average for Latin America and the Caribbean and, in some cases, over 10% of the population.
  • El IICA informa a representantes de Coronado sobre su próxima “Feria Internacional de Comidas Típicas y Turismo” e invita a la comunidad a participar


    IICA informs representatives of Coronado of its upcoming “International Traditional Foods and Tourism Fair” and invites the community to participate

    El Instituto Interamericano de Cooperación para la Agricultura (IICA), a través de su Asociación de Proyección a la Comunidad (APC-IICA), presentó a representantes de diversos grupos sociales de Vázquez de Coronado, el cantón costarricense donde se ubica su sede central, los preparativos para la tradicional “Feria Internacional de Comidas Típicas y Turismo” que se realizará el 9 de marzo de 2024.
  • News

    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.
  • Primera


    With support from the Latin American Energy Organization (OLADE) and the U.S. Grains Council, IICA will deliver training to 400 people on liquid biofuels and their role in the energy and climate transition in the Americas

    Through 40 hours of asynchronous training and synchronous webinars with international specialists, participants will analyze the status of liquid biofuels and their relationship to energy security and climate change in the region.


  • High-level dialogue - Climate change and the agricultural sector: A Call to Action from the Americas

  • A Healthier Choice - Bio Fortification of Rice Explained

  • World Food Prize - IICA Side Event: Agrifood Systems in the Region: Challenges and Necessary Actions

  • Commemoration of the International Day of Rural Women - Forum "Priorities in the gender agenda"

  • African Swine Fever - A global vision: How to protect against ASF

  • Launch - AgriExtApp

  • Tribute to food chain workers

    Popular music homage to those who work day to day to put food on our tables

    A campaign to express appreciation to and recognize the work of farmers and food chain workers who, at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, guarantee food production, transportation, commercialization and supply in countries throughout the Americas.

  • Rural Women


    IICA is committed to giving visibility to the role of women and accelerating the development of sound public policies for the benefit of women who live in the countryside.

  • High-level seminars

    Analysis of post covid-19 scenarios

  • The Outlook for Agriculture and Rural Development in the Americas:

    A Perspective on Latin America and the Caribbean

    Each edition of the ECLAC-FAO-IICA joint report analyzes the main trends that affect agriculture and impact the lives of rural dwellers, and provides an outlook on possible future scenarios with respect to each topic covered by the document.