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Indian Ocean Commission / Commission de l’Océan Indien (HQ)

Indian Ocean Commission / Commission de l’Océan Indien (HQ)

General
Contacts 17
Tenders 114
Grants 2
Jobs 0
CSP 0
Contractors 0
Awards 0
Last update: Nov 10, 2022 Last update: 10 Nov, 2022
General
Contacts17
Tenders114
Grants 2
Jobs 0
Country strategy papers 0
Top Contractors 0
Awards 0

Details

Office: Mauritius
Address: Blue Tower Commission - 3rd floor, Rue de l'Institut, Ebony
E-mail(s): secretariat@coi-ioc.org, communication@coi-ioc.org
Contact person: Jean Claude de l’Estrac, General Secretary
Phone: (+230) 4026100
Awards in: Mauritius, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Swed ... See more Mauritius, Belgium, Germany, Italy, Sweden, UK, USA
Sectors: Public Administration Public Administration
Nr. of employees: 51-200
Types: Multilateral Multilateral
Status: Active

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Description

The Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) is an intergovernmental organization that brings together five member states: the Union of Comoros, France under Reunion, Madagascar, Mauritius and Seychelles. Created by the Port Louis Declaration in 1982, the IOC was institutionalized in Seychelles in 1984 by the General Agreement on Cooperation, better known as the "Victoria Agreement ".

The only regional organization in Africa composed exclusively of islands, it defends the specificities of its member states on the continental and international scenes. With the active support of a dozen international partners, the IOC gives substance to regional solidarity through cooperation projects covering a wide range of sectors: ecosystem preservation, sustainable management of natural resources, maritime safety, entrepreneurship, public health , renewable energies or culture.

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WBECAFDGCFOther agencies20.8%23.8%53.5%
RegionsTotal
WB54
EC24
AFD21
GCF1
Other agencies1