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Pacific EU SPIRIT Project

Free, Prosperous & Resilient Pacific Communities

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EU PRISE and PEUMP Programmes Launch Promotional Video


The EU PRISE Programme in the Pacific

Pacific Regional Integration Support (PRISE)


The Head of Mission of the European Union Delegation for the Pacific, H.E Ambassador Sujiro Seam, with the former Secretary General of the Pacific Islands Forum, Dame Meg Taylor, in her capacity as the Regional Authorising Officer (RAO) under the EU's EDF11 programme, at the signing ceremony in Suva in January 2020.

Funded by the European Union, the Pacific Regional Integration Support (PRISE) Programme supports Pacific Island States to trade more, by increasing their capacity to access and benefit from international markets.


The PRISE programme aims to promote the Pacific States of the African, Caribbean, and Pacific Group (PACPs) to the global export market. It is focused on strengthening regional economic integration towards sustainable economic development and improved livelihoods in the region.

The PRISE programme's specific objectives are two-fold:

  1. to increase intra-regional and international trade, and

  2. to increase the private sector’s participation in economic integration


The PRISE Programme, worth 37 million euros, is implemented under four separate contribution agreements signed with the the respective lead implementing partners.

  • Pacific Islands Forum (PIF) - Strengthening Pacific Intra-Regional and International Trade (SPIRIT) project.

  • Pacific Community (SPC) - Safe Agriculture Trade Facilitation through Economic Integration in the Pacific (SAFE Pacific) project.

  • United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD) - Improving Pacific Islands Customs and Trade (IMPACT) project. 

  • United Nations Capital Development Fund (UNCDF) - Pacific Digital Economy programme (PDEP).

The EU is also funding the Pacific European Union Marine Partnership (PEUMP) worth 45 million euros The Pacific-European Union (EU) Marine Partnership (PEUMP) programme promotes sustainable management and sound ocean governance through a holistic and multi-sectoral approach contributing to social, economic and environmental development in the Pacific, as well as biodiversity protection and promoting the sustainable use of fisheries and other marine resources. 

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