Latin America and the Caribbean Projects

Current Projects

Center for Coffee Research and Education

| COSTA RICA, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, EL SALVADOR, GUATEMALA, HONDURAS, JAMAICA, MEXICO, PANAMA, PERU, GLOBAL

Center for Coffee Research and Education

The livelihoods of coffee farmers, and those along the coffee supply chain, are presently threatened by climate change, diseases and pests, low crop yields, and barriers to quality.

International Agricultural Education Fellowship Program (IAEFP) – Guatemala

| Guatemala

International Agricultural Education Fellowship Program (IAEFP) – Guatemala

IAEFP trains and supports Fellows to become teachers abroad during the Guatemalan school year to work in agriculture and with students in their communities.

Past Projects

| El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras

Expanding Climate Resilient-Coffee in Central America

Active 2017 to 2021

| Dominican Republic

Safe Agriculture/Food Export (SAFE) Project, Component for Improving Beef and Dairy Value Chains

Active 2016 to 2020

| Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Panama, Peru

Revitalizing the Central American Coffee Sector after the 2012 Rust Crisis Global Development Alliance

Active 2014 to 2019

| Brazil

Ruminant Production in the 20th Century

Active 2008 to 2013

| Global, Timor-Leste, Guatemala

Graduate Education at the Nexus of Global Horticulture and Human Nutrition to Enhance Community Resilience and Food Security

Active 2017 to 2022

Latin America and the Caribbean Team

Eric Brenner

Program Coordinator, Latin America and Caribbean; Assistant Director, Center for Coffee Research and Education

Jennifer Gillett-Kaufman

Regional Director, Latin America and the Caribbean

Roger Norton

Director, Center for Coffee Research and Education

Elizabeth Tabares Villarreal

Project Coordinator

Jason Vogel

Program Manager