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28 September 2021

Aerial view of shoreline

PAGE Green Recovery activities are officially in progress in Mauritius with Operation COSHARE (COVID-19 Occupational Health and Safety and Resource Efficiency). With PAGE, Operation COSHARE is jointly organized by the Ministry of Tourism, the National Productivity and Competitiveness Council (NPCC) and the Tourism Authority (TA).   

Aerial view of shoreline

In efforts to address challenges brought on by the pandemic within the local tourism industry, Operation COSHARE is designed to enhance the capacity of employees in the sector through the promotion of health standards, protocols and aligning Mauritius as a safe destination for travelers. Targeting those working in accommodations, restaurants, the boating industry, taxis, and Destination Management Companies, the overall objective is to position Mauritius as a safe and environmentally sustainable tourist destination, attracting foreign visitors to make Mauritius their destination of choice — overall helping the industry recover from the economic impacts of the pandemic.  

Operation COSHARE will accompany each participating organization in the tourism and hospitality sector to aid them in adhering to the highest benchmarks related to sanitary measures.  

The programme officially launched on 2 September 2021 with the Implementation Agreement signed by the NPCC and the Tourism Authority. The event was also covered by national and local media through coverage in newspapers and on national television.  

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