Aiming for a Better Understanding of Mjo – Seychelles Partners With Indiana-Based University of Notre Dame to Study Tropical Weather Phenomenon

For over 40 years, scientists have known about the existence of a repeated circulation occurring around the earth precisely in the tropics near the equator. The Madden-Julian oscillation ... Continue Reading →

‘A Little Cash for Your Old Car Battery’ – Seychelles’ Company Exporting Up to 100 Tons of Used Batteries Anually

Seychelles, an Indian Ocean archipelago of 115 islands with a population of around 90,000 people is faced with the same challenges as other developing nations. As it increasingly becomes ... Continue Reading →

President Michel Pledges Support and Expresses Profound Sadness Following Devastating Cyclone in Vanuatu [press release]

Following a devastating cyclone which ravaged the Pacific island nation of Vanuatu, President James Michel has addressed a message of condolences and solidarity to Ni-Vanuatu President ... Continue Reading →

Non-Stop to France! Air Seychelles to Resume Uninterrupted Paris Flights in July

The Seychelles national carrier, Air Seychelles, is expected to start non-stop flights to France as of July 2015, offering a thrice-weekly service between the archipelago’s main ... Continue Reading →

Country-level Champions: Zambia Drives Progress for Women and Girls

- The Aspen Institute, the Global Leaders Council for Reproductive Health, thePermanent Mission of Zambia to the United Nations, Plan International USA and the U.S. Agency for International ... Continue Reading →