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Agronoticias: Agriculture News from Latin America and the Caribbean

06/06/2018

IICA and the IDB explore joint work in family farming

"There is a possibility of intensifying connections to implement projects in Haiti, in vulnerable regions of Central America, such as the Northern Triangle and the Dry Corridor, and in Northeastern Brazil."

Woman and child in Haiti

The Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) are exploring ways of working together to advance family farming in the Americas.

"The two institutions share a vision of and the need for increasingly technical agriculture, promoting territorial development, and creating spaces for the advancement of family farmers within a framework of respect for the natural resources component," commented Manuel Otero, General Director of IICA. 

"There is a possibility of intensifying connections to implement projects in Haiti, in vulnerable regions of Central America, such as the Northern Triangle and the Dry Corridor, and in Northeastern Brazil. We were warmly received by the IDB authorities, and we can see that we will be able to work together on various initiatives," he explained.

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