Role and Function of OIDC

The Outer Islands Development Corporation Act No 41 of 1982 provides the following under item objects of the Corporation:

  1. responsible for the management and development of the Outer Islands;
  2. advise the Minister on:
    • the development of such activities as may lead to a more economic exploitation of the Outer Islands;
    • the grant or determination of leases over the Outer Islands on such terms and conditions as shall warrant their optimum use;

Note:  Outer Islands means all the islands forming part of the State of Mauritius, other than Mauritius and Rodrigues.

Socio-Economic Organisation
In view of its objectives, it is clear that the Corporation is a Socio Economic Organisation and this dual role are specific and unique and cannot be compared to any other Organisation.

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