Programa Cooperative de Investigación, Desarrollo e Innovación Agricolo para los Trópicos Suramericanos (PROCITROPICOS)
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1992, following an agreement between the national agricultural research institutes of 8 Amazonian countries and E-XE1083 - Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (IICA). New Agreement of Technical Cooperation to execute 2nd phase of the Cooperative Programme (1998-2001), signed by 7 Amazonian countries and IICA in 1998; extended (2002-2005); 3rd phase (2006-2009); extended (2010-2014). Original title: Cooperative Program on Research and Technology Transfer for the South American Tropics -- Programa Cooperativo de Investigación y Transferencia de Tecnologia Agropecuaria para los Trópicos Suramericanos (PROCITROPICOS).
Articulate, coordinate and promote the generation and transfer of agricultural technology through reciprocal technical cooperation among countries of the region.
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