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International operations

Embrapa is an institution with a global spirit, which throughout its history has built a strong international cooperation network. We are currently present in every continent, partnering with some of the most prominent institutions and research networks in the world. Coordinated by the Secretariat of Intelligence and Strategic Affairs (SIRE), Embrapa's activities abroad also contribute to the Brazilian Government's technical cooperation program, which aims at transferring and adapting Brazilian technologies to the tropical realities of different countries.

Scientific Cooperation

Knowledge exchange and progress in scientific and technological research with various institutions in the world for the benefit of Brazilian agriculture.

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Technical cooperation

Promotion of multi- and bilateral cooperation to help to reduce poverty and hunger in countries in Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean.

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Africans are in Brazil to learn technique to multiply forage seeds

Food security for Ugandan family farmers with new silo for maize drying and storage

Representatives of world project to rescue wild varieties visit Embrapa Temperate Agriculture

Research aims to develop cotton picker for family farming

Ethiopian mission learns about grasses and sustainable systems in São Carlos