IFRC

Seychelles

18 October 2016

“In the Seychelles, the Red Cross is always present.” One man’s journey to Seychelles as part of his quest to visit 190 countries

Torbjørn C. Pedersen, a goodwill ambassador with the Danish Red Cross, is currently travelling the world, aiming to visit all 190 National Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies. Travelling on a budget of just $20 USD per day, Thor is undertaking his journe
The Seychelles raises its voice
4 November 2005

The Seychelles raises its voice

“Here,” says Roy Nibourette, 43, programme coordinator for the Red Cross of the Seychelles and presses the buttons on his mobile phone.
In the Seychelles, saving lives comes first
8 October 2003

In the Seychelles, saving lives comes first

“In a country prone to natural disasters such as tropical depressions and floods, our aim is to have a first aider in every home,” says Colette Servina, President of the Seychelles Red Cross (SRCS).
Tropical depression devastates the Indian Ocean islands of the Seychelles
13 September 2002

Tropical depression devastates the Indian Ocean islands of the Seychelles

The Seychelles experienced heavy rains and strong winds after a tropical depression passed over the country last week.
Red Cross volunteers in Seychelles gain valuable experience
9 May 2001

Red Cross volunteers in Seychelles gain valuable experience

More than a hundred Malagasy fishermen were deported from the Seychelles on May 6th after spending several days on their boat in conditions described by the Seychelles Red Cross as "very poor".

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