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  • The Republic of Korea and IICA seek alliances to promote low-carbon farming and improve the quality of life in rural areas

    Strengthening relations with the Korean Cooperation gains importance in the context of the efforts made by the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean to develop projects aimed at climate-resilient farming through IICA, which was recently accredited by the Green Climate Fund with headquarters in the Asian country.
  • Organic Farming: An innovative production system that promotes gender and youth inclusion in Latin America and the Caribbean

    Participants stressed that farmer organizations are key for the competitiveness of organic production.
  • New professional postgraduate degree: IICA will provide support to the Agricultural and Environmental Finance Program of the University of Buenos Aires’ School of Agriculture

    The Agricultural and Environmental Finance Program promotes knowledge acquisition of both traditional and modern financial instruments in the agriculture and agrifood sector, financing strategies of emerging technologies and new instruments available to fund climate change and sustainable development.
  • Bayer and IICA make progress in implementing an ambitious alliance to benefit farmers

    The alliance was established by the Director General of the Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA), Manuel Otero, and by the Global Director of Food Value Chains of Bayer's Crop Science Division, Ronald Guendel, who defined a framework for action to be developed with a focus on issues of common interest, especially innovation, science and technology.
  • Argentina and IICA embark on joint project to drive agricultural and social development in the Caribbean

    The Argentina-IICA South-South and Triangular Cooperation Program will facilitate the sharing of agricultural best practices to boost the output of Caribbean producers and increase the food security of these countries.
  • Council of the Americas and IICA: the digital revolution in agrifood systems is an opportunity to improve the welfare of rural communities

    Latin American ministers of agriculture and private sector stakeholders participated in a debate on the digital technology revolution and its impact on agrifood systems’ ability to improve the productivity and standard of living of rural communities.