VI World Congress on Quinoa
III International Symposium on Andean Grains 2017


21st to 24th march 2017 - National University of the Altiplano - Puno


Schedule


Antecedentes

  1. Primera Convención Internacional
    de la Quinua y la Kañiwa

    Puno, Perú

  2. II Convención Internacional

    Potosí, Bolivia

  3. 12 Congresos Internacionales
    de cultivos Andinos

    De 1977 a 2012 - Que incluye a los granos andinos

  4. I Congreso Mundial de la Quinua

    Lima, Perú

  5. Octubre

    II Congreso Mundial de la Quinua

    Iquique, Chile

  6. Marzo

    III Congreso Mundial de la Quinua

    Oruro, Bolivia

  7. Julio

    IV Congreso Mundial de la Quinua y
    I Simposio Internacional de Granos Andinos

    Ibarra, Ecuador

    Congreso Científico de la Quinua

    Bolivia, INIAF-IICA

  8. Congreso Científico de la Quinua

    Perú, UNALM

  9. Mayo

    V Congreso Mundial de la Quinua y
    II Simposio Internacional de Granos Andinos

    San Salvador de Jujuy, Argentina

  10. VI Congreso Mundial de la Quinua y
    III Simposio Internacional de Granos Andinos

    Puno, Perú




Sede Principal

Será la ciudad de Puno situada en el departamento del mismo nombre al sur del Perú, cuyas comunidades quechuas y aymaras conservan la mayor biodiversidad de granos andinos y donde se ubica el lago sagrado de los Incas, considerado el lago navegable más alto del mundo.

El evento se desarrollará en la Universidad Nacional del Altiplano de Puno.

CÓmo llegar a Puno

Auditorios

Puno

The congress

Vision

To be an international platform that effectively promotes the scientific and technical progress of the biodiversity of Andean grains, with cultural identity and in harmony with the environment and the communities that preserve them.

Mission

To facilitate the dissemination of new global technical-scientific developments, in order to improve the integration of the various stakeholders related to Andean grains and promote business, with emphasis on family farming.

Objectives

Keep the largest possible number of stakeholders in the Andean grains value chain informed of worldwide developments in the field of technical-scientific research related to the various aspects of these crops (genetic and agronomical resources, added value, market, others) and encourage more interaction between them, in order to strengthen the respective food processing systems and help consolidate the development of these crops.

Make these foods more visible, mainly taking cultural, nutritional and gastronomic aspects into consideration, in order to improve and boost global trade in these species and help reduce hunger and poverty, particularly in Andean highland communities.


Antecedentes

  1. First International Convention
    on Quinoa and Kaniwa

    Puno, Peru

  2. II International Convention

    Potosí, Bolivia

  3. 12 International Congresses
    on Andean Crops

    1977 to 2012 - That included andean crops

  4. I World Congress on Quinoa

    Lima, Peru

  5. October

    II World Congress on Quinoa

    Iquique, Chile

  6. March

    III World Congress on Quinoa

    Oruro, Bolivia

  7. July

    IV World Congress on Quinoa and
    I International Symposium on Andean Grains

    Ibarra, Ecuador

    Scientific Congress on Quinoa

    Bolivia, INIAF-IICA

  8. Scientific Congress on Quinoa

    Peru, UNALM

  9. May

    V World Congress on Quinoa and II International Symposium on Andean Grains

    San Salvador de Jujuy, Argentina

  10. VI World Congress on Quinoa and
    III International Symposium on Andean Grains

    Puno, Peru




Congress venue

The city of Puno situated in the department of Puno in the south of Peru, where the Quechua and Aymara communities preserve the largest biodiversity of Andean grains and where the sacred lake of the Incas is located, considered the highest navigable lake in the world.

The event will be held in the National University of the Altiplano - Puno.

How to arrive to Puno

Auditoriums

Puno

Key themes

A

Genetic resources, biodiversity and conservation

  • Germplasm banks and “in situ” and “ex situ” conservation experiences.
  • Characterization of genetic resources.
  • Genetic information networks (public and private entities).
  • Access to genetic resources (Regulations) and compensation mechanisms for the communities or agro conservationists.
  • Socio-cultural aspects for sustainable conservation and protection.
  • Regional and global legal standards. Bio-piracy.

B

Innovation and
technology

  • Productivity and quality (Production factors: inputs, pest and disease management, mechanization, irrigation, harvesting and post-harvest).
  • Added value and development of agribusiness (food products, saponification, dyes, saponins, equipment, etc.).
  • Genetic improvement and biotechnology.
  • Development of new quinoa presentations in the international market.
  • Patents system and protection of new varieties.

C

Food, nutrition and
gastronomy

  • Food Science - quinoa and other Andean grains (grains, inflorescence, leaves and stems). (Nutrients, saponin, dyes).
  • Clinical studies on the nutraceutical properties.
  • Importance of Andean grains and new discoveries.
  • Global trends.
  • Gastronomic diversity (Traditional, nouveau Andean, gourmet, special).

D

Socio-cultural and archaeological aspects

  • History and archaeology.
  • Ancestral traditions and culinary knowledge.
  • Protection of traditional knowledge.
  • Gender relations.

E

Marketing and market
trends

  • Distinctive signs (collective marks, designations of origin, etc.)
  • Certifications and Standards (organic, fair trade, etc.).
  • Business promotion mechanisms and opportunities (certifications, fairs, social programmes, others).
  • Business information systems and links.
  • Strategies for positioning Andean quinoa.
  • Business meeting.

F

Public policies and
financing

  • Food security and sovereignty.
  • Regulatory and policy aspects.
  • Institutionalization and financing.
  • Associativity, networks and coordination between stakeholders.
  • Inclusive, equitable and sustainable food systems.
  • Promotion of innovation and technology.

Visitas de Campo


VISITA DE CAMPO RUTA SUR – ZONA AYMARA

VIERNES 24 DE MARZO



  • 06:00 h Punto de concentración en el parque Dante Nava, Laykakota - Puno.
  • 06:20 h Salida de buses.
  • 06:50 h Centro de Producción Potojani – Distrito Plateria | “Conservación In situ de cultivares Quinua” | Dirección Regional Agraria Puno.
  • 08:05 h Banco de Germoplasma Universidad Nacional del Altiplano, Distrito Camacani | “Variabilidad Genética de Granos Andinos”.
  • 09:30 h Comunidad Campesina Caritamaya, Distrito Acora | Comunidad Campesina Culta, Distrito de Acora | “Sistemas productivos Agroecológicos en Aynokas”.
  • 11:30 h Comunidad Campesina Palermo – Distrito de Juli | “Festival de Quinua Ecológica”.
  • 12:30 h Recorrido Circuito Turístico Olla – Distrito de Juli.
  • 02:30 h Comunidad Campesina Chinumani, Distrito Yunguyo. | “Conservación In situ de Biodiversidad de Cultivares de Tarwi”.
  • 04:00 h Retorno a la ciudad de Puno.

    Precio: US$ 10.00 por persona (pago general no hay ingreso libre).
    Contacto: inscripcion@congresomundialquinua.com
    Revisar información sobre: Indicaciones, Política de anulaciones y cambios, Registro y Caja.

VISITA DE CAMPO RUTA NORTE – ZONA QUECHUA

VIERNES 24 DE MARZO



  • 06:00 h Punto de concentración parque De la Madre, Bellavista - Puno.
  • 06:20 h Salida de buses.
  • 06:50 h Estación Experimental INIA ILLPA – Puno | Banco de Germoplasma Quinua.
  • 09:00 h Ciudad Rosada - Lampa | “Plaza de Armas, Templo”.
  • 09:40 h Comunidad campesina de ORQOHUAYTA - Lampa | “Conservación In situ, cultivares de Cañihua”.
  • 11:40 h Centro de Producción Cieneguilla, Cabana - San Román | Dirección Regional Agraria Puno. | Parcela demostrativa de innovación tecnológica en producción de Quinua.
  • 01: 00 Comunidad Campesina Añasmocco, Cabana - San Román. | Sistema de producción tradicional de Quinua “SUYO”.
  • 02:10 h Plaza de Armas de Cabana, San Román. | Cooperativa Agro Industrial Ltda. Cabana, COOPAIN. | Festival de Quinua Ecológica.
  • 03:30 h Retorno a la ciudad de Puno.

    Precio: US$ 10.00 por persona (pago general no hay ingreso libre).
    Contacto: inscripcion@congresomundialquinua.com
    Revisar información sobre: Indicaciones, Política de anulaciones y cambios, Registro y Caja.

 

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VI World Congress on Quinoa - III International Symposium on Andean Grains 2017

INDICATIONs

STEP 1  

Make the deposit to:
BANCO DE CRÉDITO DEL PERÚ

CTA CTE SOLES: 193-0043420-0-85
CCI: 002-193-000043420085-13

CTA CTE DÓLARES: 193-0812556-1-45
CCI: 002-193-000812556145-19

SWIFT CODE BCP: BCPLPEPL
BANCO: BCP DEL PERU
Address: Esquina Av. R. Rivera Navarrete con Av. Juan de Arona - S. Isidro

RUC de ADEX:
Razón social: Asociación de Exportadores
RUC: 20100365341

STEP 2

Send the digitized voucher (image or pdf) to the mail:
inscripcion@congresomundialquinua.com

STEP 3

The confirmation will be sent together with the electronic invoice from our mail: inscripcion@congresomundialquinua.com

PAGO DEL EXTRANJERO

Se recomienda a los participantes extranjeros realizar el pago en Puno debido a las comisiones del banco en el Perú que tendrían que asumir.
Caja atenderá Domingo 19 (10:00 a 17:00 hrs.), Lunes 20 (8:00 a 17:00 hrs.), Martes 21 y Miércoles 22 de Marzo (7:00 a 17:hrs).

REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT

All payments made during the Congress must be in cash or with Visa card (Visa charges a 2.5% surcharge for debit and/or credit card payments). • MasterCard is not accepted.

  • Before the Congress: We will have 2 dates prior to the start of the event so that you can register and/or pay your participation to the Congress and/or field visit, thus avoiding queues and delays during the days of the event.
  • March 19: 10:00 – 17:00 hrs
    March 20: 08:00 – 17:00 hrs
  • During the event: We will have two days in which you can register and/or pay your participation to the congress and/or field visit.
  • March 21: 07:00 – 17:00
    March 22: 07:00 – 17:00 hrs
  • Please note that registration and/or payment for the Congress and/or the field visit must be done at specified days and times. After that, no payments will be accepted. Please take your precautions.

Registration form

Speakers must enclose a summary of their paper in the format that is available to be downloaded from the web.

For any questions and/or problems you may have when filling out the form, you may contact us at the following e-mail address: informes@congresomundialquinua.com

Downloads

Download the Form for receiving Research Summaries

Download the Form for those who will apply with Posters

Travel Services

Download information about Puno.

Organization

The event will be chaired by the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, in coordination with the Agriculture Management Office , comprising the following public and private entities in Peru:

  • Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation - MINAGRI
  • Regional Government of Puno
  • Ministry of Foreign Affairs - RREE.
  • Ministry of Production - PRODUCE
  • Ministry of the Environment - MINAM
  • Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism - MINCETUR
  • Ministry of Culture.
  • National Institute of Agrarian Innovation - INIA
  • Representation in Peru of the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization - FAO
  • World Food Programme - PMA
  • Presidential Office
  • National University of the Altiplano-Puno - UNAP
  • National Agrarian University of La Molina - UNALM
  • Puno Regional Agrarian Office - DRA Puno
  • Quinoa Technical Working Group - Puno
  • Peruvian Gastronomy Association - APEGA
  • Commission for the Promotion of Peruvian Exports and Tourism - PROMPERUPROMPERU
    • Association of Exporters - ADEX
    • Agricultural Bank - AGROBANCO
    • Agroindustrias Cusco S.A. - INCASUR
    • Renowned researchers and professionals related to Andean grains.
    • National Council of Science, Technology and Technological Innovation - CONCYTEC
    • Practical Action


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    (+51 1) 209-8800
    Extension 4039 or 4036


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