Ms. Nissa Beauchamp from the Humanitarian Affairs, Recovery and Enforcement (HARE) unit of the Disaster Risk Management Division received her certificate for her perseverance to advance the inclusion of those with disabilities in Seychelles. The Ministry of Youth, Sports and Family in collaboration with the Human Rights Unit, Commonwealth Secretariat presented the individuals from various […]

The Senior Management Officials from the National Disaster Management Agencies (NDMA) within the Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) countries, including the Disaster Risk Management Division (DRMD) partook in a technical visit Barbados from 3rd June to 7th June 2024 for the “Resilience Building and Disaster Response Management in the Indian Ocean (RDRM-IO)”. The technical visit was […]

The Indian Ocean Commission (IOC), United Nations Disaster Risk Reduction (UNDRR) and the Indian Ocean Regional Intervention Platform (PIROI) hosted the second regional workshop for the establishment of regional cooperation mechanism on disaster risk reduction in the Indian Ocean region at the Berjaya Beau Vallon Bay Resort and Casino over a two-day period from Tuesday […]

As part of the work-based experience (WBE) program for post-secondary schools, the Disaster Risk Management Division welcomed four second-year students from the National Institute of Health and Social Studies (NIHSS) pursuing a Diploma in Social Work on Monday 22nd April 2024. Over the one-month internship, the students were able to experience and understand the function […]

The Disaster Risk Management Division and representatives from international partners convened on Tuesday 7th May 2024 at the Divisions headquarters to discuss the unknown substance that was first reported on 8th April 2024. An in-person and virtual meeting was held in regards to the unknown substance that has affected those who came into contact with […]

Mr. Daniel Cetoupe, Chief Risk Management Officer of DRMD elaborated on the activities conducted. Moreover, Mr. Cetoupe added that international partners have agreed to assist Seychelles in detection of the gaseous substance. Once more, the public are advised to contact the national emergency number 999 in the case of any emergencies. Any information in relation […]