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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”.

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Her Excellency Mrs Sarojini Seeneevassen-Frers, Ambassador of the Republic of Mauritius to

The COLEACP stand was visited by Her Excellency the Ambassador of the Republic of Mauritius to Germany during her tour of the International Fair Fruit Logistica in February 2012. Her Excellency Mrs Sarojini Seeneevassen-Frers is advocating greater access to information so that Mauritian exporters are well tuned to the requirements of the European market, both in terms of food safety and the introduction of environmentally-friendly and socially-responsible production and marketing practices.  



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PIP provides assistance on the basis of demand and according to cost-sharing principles. To access support, beneficiaries must complete an application form which is evaluated against a series of eligibility criteria as well as national/regional priorities.