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Seychelles

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  • Közepesen felhős
  • Hőmérséklet: 29 °C
  • Szél: Dél-Délnyugat és Nyugat-Északnyugat között változó irányú, 7.4 km/h
  • Légnyomás: 1009 hPa
  • Rel. páratartalom: 79 %
  • Látástávolság: 10 mérföld
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Seychelles gets ready to tackle any flu pandemic

10.07.2009 


Seychelles’ capacity to deal with any flu pandemic is to be strengthened after an exercise conducted here by United Nations officials yesterday.

The tabletop exercise was held after the first case of swine flu – influenza A (H1N1) – was confirmed in the country on Tuesday.

Three officials from the UN’s Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs-Regional Office for Southern Africa (OCHA-ROSA) led a one-day workshop at the International Conference Centre to look at the situation in Seychelles.

 

Indian delegation meets President Michel

08.07.2009 


An Indian delegation called on President James Michel at State House yesterday morning, as part of the ongoing bilateral cooperation between the governments of the two countries.

The India delegation calling on President Michel yesterday at State House

UN to support our renewable energy efforts

08.07.2009 


The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) will help us as we draw up our long-term energy policy, the organisation’s representative here Claudio Calderone said yesterday.

“We will do the long-term energy policy together with government institutions. This will be an important structure for the country because it will be the occasion to introduce renewable energy,” Mr Calderone said after paying his farewell visit to President James Michel at State House.

“Seychelles should also be able to tap into the additional clean development funding mechanisms,” he said.

Mr Calderone (left) on his farewell visit to President Michel

 

Au Cap honours oldest citizen on her 100th birthday

07.07.2009 


Julia Rosine of Au Cap had double cause for happiness at the weekend as she celebrated her 100th birthday and was honoured as the district’s oldest citizen. 

A day-long ceremony was held at the Vye Marmit restaurant with her adopted children, other family members and friends present.

 Mrs Rosine cuts her birthday cake

Seychelles hosts key meeting on healthier coasts

07.07.2009 


Healthy and well-managed marine and coastal ecosystems are the most resilient environments and can best adapt to the impact of major disasters, principal secretary for environment Didier Dogley said yesterday.

He was speaking at the launch of the fifth Regional Steering Committee meeting of Mangroves for the Future (MFF) – a group that promotes investment in coastal ecosystems, mainly in Indian Ocean countries affected by the 2004 tsunami.

Set up by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), the MFF – which stresses the strong link between natural ecosystems and human livelihoods – was launched in 2006 by former United States President Bill Clinton on Phuket island, Thailand, in response to the disastrous tsunami.

Delegates and guests in a souvenir photograph after the opening ceremony

 

Seychelles’ consuls in Europe hold key meeting

06.07.2009 


Seychelles’ honorary consuls in Europe got together recently to discuss how they can work more closely together to help the country achieve its targets.

The regional strategic meeting in Brussels was the first to be held under the auspices of any of the country’s embassies and was an initiative of the consuls themselves.

It will also provide constructive input into the bi-annual consuls’ conferences, the next one being planned for October.

Students enroll to join Seychelles University soon

06.07.2009 


The dream of a Seychelles University moved a step closer to reality on Saturday when Seychellois youths from Central Mahe interested in joining it filled in enrolment forms.

They did so in the first roadshow meeting presided over by the chairman of the university’s foundation Dr Rolph Payet at the International Conference Centre.

They are expected to return the filled in application forms to the foundation soon ahead of an October start of studies at the university.

Graduates urged to contribute to nation building

06.07.2009 


All graduates need to return home and work for the country, giving back to our people part of their hard work which made their training possible.

Minister for Employment and Human Resources Development Macsuzy Mondon made the statement last Friday during a ceremony to officially welcome home the graduates who have returned after completing their studies last year.

Present at the annual event which took place at the National Institute of Education at Mont Fleuri were Vice-President Joseph Belmont, Cabinet ministers, members of the diplomatic corps and high government officials.

The graduates in a souvenir photograph with Vice-President Belmont and other guests who attended Friday’s ceremony

 

Seychelles University logo captures country’s essence

04.07.2009 


The Seychelles University logo was unveiled by Dr Rolph Payet before members of the university’s marketing committee yesterday afternoon at State House.

Dr Payet, chairman of the Seychelles University Foundation, said its design sums up the hopes for the first national university and the natural elements that typify our country’s beauty and essence.

Round-the-clock services at new health centre

04.07.2009 


A new health centre offering a 24-hour service has opened its doors to help promote wellness and prevent ill health in the country.

The new clinic at Malakoff Street in Victoria belongs to Dr K.S. Chetty and offers post-basic medical diagnostic and semi-specialised care.

It was officially opened by Minister for Health and Social Services Marie-Pierre Lloyd on Sunday in the presence of the doctor’s friends and patients.

Minister Lloyd and Dr Chetty unveil the plaque to mark the clinic’s opening

It has five consulting rooms, three air-conditioned inpatient rooms with attached bathrooms, a laboratory, an ayurvedic and physiotherapy room, and a small theatre for surgery under local anaesthetic and for diagnostic procedures such as endoscopy.

 

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