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Mauritius: 30 planters and civil servants involved in agri-food sector departing to Bari co-financed by the European Union training




Mauritius: 30 planters and civil servants involved in agri-food sector departing to Bari co-financed by the European Union training
Thirty Mauritians particularly planters and officials working in the agri-food sector will leave for Italy on 4 October next for training co-funded by the

European Union for a period of two weeks at the renowned Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Bari.

The Ministry of labour of Mauritius as well as the International Organization for migration also participated in this journey of vocational training.

Training will thus result in certifications of skills in terms of food, as the newspaper L'Express of Mauritius relates.



Fabrice François


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