The Market Information Organisation of the Americas (MOIA) is a cooperation network comprised of government institutions or those so delegated by the government, whose principal functions and aim is the collection, process, analysis and dissemination of information relative to markets and agricultural commodities. Most, though not all CARICOM member states are participants in this organization.
Reviews and assessments of Market Information System of CARICOM member states that are part of the Organisation could be found here
Find useful resource for doing business with, and from Guyana, in the fresh produce and processed non-traditional agricultural sector. It also provides useful information to farmers, agro-processors and exporters on post harvest handling and markets for crops.
ABIS is a web based information system developed by RADA to provide information on crops, livestock and agricultural production, markets and stakeholders to support the business of agriculture.
The National Agricultural Market Information System (NAMIS), developed by The National Agricultural and Marketing Development Corporation (NAMDEVCO) of Trinidad and Tobago to stimulate and promote investments in the agri-food sector. It provides timely information for making sound strategic, investment, management and policy decisions by all stakeholders.
The Technical Centre for Agricultural and Rural Cooperation (CTA) is an ACP-EU institution working in the field of information for development. It operates under the ACP-EU Cotonou Agreement and has its headquarters in The Netherlands. The CTA is tasked with improving the flow of information among stakeholders in agricultural and rural development in African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) countries. The website has information on News, Reports and Seminars in the Territories and a Catalogue and Virtual Library among other information.