Agronoticias: Agriculture News from Latin America and the Caribbean


A Nicaraguan woman in an area hit by a hurricane in 2007.

Tropical Storm Nate kills 22 in Central America amid flooding and landslides

Tropical Storm Nate wreaked havoc as it barrelled across the Caribbean and Central America, with heavy winds and torrential rain pummelling Costa Rica, [...]
A student doing schoolwork in Nicaragua.

World Bank Directors finalize assessment and commit to supporting Nicaragua

The institution has invested approximately USD $150 million in Nicaragua in the past 3 years.
Aquaculture fish farm

Partnership signed for fish breeding and farming in Northwestern Nicaragua

The project is co-financed by the European Union for a total amount of 2.1 million euros and executed by Amigos de la [...]
Cattle in Nicaragua

Nicaragua and Honduras promote the use of biogas

Central America is capacity-building to mitigate the effects of climate change and promote more sustainable agricultural production practices.

Central America is prepared to respond to livestock diseases

"It is very important to understand swift, appropriate control measures, thereby decreasing or eliminating the risk of infection,” indicated Diego Recalde, FAO [...]

Central America to use innovative system to monitor agricultural drought

New satellite surveillance system will provide alerts informing of the risk of agricultural drought.

FAO expands its field of action in Panama and Central America

Graziano da Silva’s visit leads to four new cooperation agreements and a regional alliance against hunger, malnutrition and rural poverty

New program to build resilience to climate change in the Central America Dry Corridor and the Dominican Republic

ICA, BCIE, FAO and the UN Environment Programme form an alliance in order to face climate change.

Nicaragua has enough food to end malnutrition

A FAO study shows specific data that Nicaragua is the Central American country with the greatest quantity of grains and legumes available [...]

Chronology of the Dry Corridor: The impetus for resilience in Central America

Central America is looking towards the sky. The Dry Corridor strip, which stretches from Southern Mexico down to Panama and suffers from severe inclement weather [...]
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