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The PIP

PIP is a European cooperation programme managed by COLEACP. It is financed by the European Development Fund and implemented at the request of the ACP (Africa, Caribbean and Pacific) Group of States. In accordance with the Millennium Development Goals, the global objective is to: “Maintain and, if possible, increase the contribution made by export horticulture to the reduction of poverty in ACP countries”.

See the PIP booklet

Publication du mois

Publication of the Month

PIP 2 mid-term evaluation

 

"PIP 2’s response to the needs of the ACP horticultural industry was regarded as very satisfactory. The findings of the evaluation team indicate that the programme has so far achieved the majority of its objectives (…)"

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Testimonies

  • « Merci à la cellule formation du PIP dans son ensemble pour avoir facilité ma participation à la formation, et merci à nos 2 formateurs »

    Lanciné Traore
    Guinée
  • « La formation a atteint ses objectifs et toute mon équipe a été satisfaite. Il nous reste à la valoriser dans notre travail quotidien »

    Jean-Marie Sop
    Unapac, Cameroun
  • “Thanks to this workshop, all stakeholders in the food supply chain are well informed, closely linked and highly responsive to local and international market requirememnt and demands”

    Dr. Vele Pat Ila’ava
    Acting Agriculture and Livestock Department Secretary, Papua New Guinea
  • « Permettez-moi de vous remercier du fond du cœur pour la bonne organisation de cette formation très importante pour les producteurs de manguier »

    Tikeng
    Cameroun
  • "We specifically thank the PIP team for the very useful recent training in the TNA method held in Tigoni which was very helpful and relevant to our production process. It was a real eye opener."

    Benson Njoroge
    Technical Manager, GREENLANDS