The World Association of Agronomists, known as AMIA, was founded by representatives from thirty countries on September 8, 1994 in Santiago, Chile, as a result of the First World Congress of Professionals in Agronomy.
The World Association of Agronomists is a non-governmental, non-political, non-religious, and no-profit international organization, and managed by agronomists only.
The Association’s executive body is the General Secretariat which is chaired by an agronomist from the host country, appointed by its Management Board as nominated by the president of the Association.
– Unify, coordinate and represent all the associations of agronomists in the world;
– Promote the practice of this profession, academic excellence and professional ethics;
– Promote the social and economic development of the rural sector and represent the “agrarian rights” in international forum and governments;