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CEPS present Action/2015 outcomes to the Minister of Finance, Trade & the Blue Economy.
Jun 10, 2015

10 June 2015                      CEPS present Action/2015 outcomes to the Minister of Finance, Trade & the Blue Economy. Recommendations received from Civil Society Organizations on Sustainable development goals (SDG) for Seychelles, have yesterday been presented to the Minister of Finance, Trade & the Blue Economy, Mr […]

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International Friendship League Seychelles attends 2015 Annual Conference
On: Jun 8, 2015
By: Support

08 June 2015 The Annual Conference of the overseas branches of the International Friendship League (IFL) is currently being held been in Lisbon, Portugal, from 4th to 13th June. The Chairperson of the Seychelles IFL Group, Mrs Marie-Nella.Azemia, who headed a delegation of 5 IFL members, was also re-elected to the International Committee, in her […]

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Action/2015 Forum – Friday 22nd of May 2015
On: May 15, 2015
By: Support

Friday 15th May 2015   Action/2015 is a global citizens’ movement calling for pivotal change in 2015 for the future of people and the planet. action/2015 is comprised of 1300+ organizations and coalitions from over 140 countries. action/2015’s success could lead to transformative outcomes, such as: An end to poverty in all its forms and […]

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Alternative Plan for Cap Ternay – Call for Consultancy
On: May 8, 2015
By: Support

Citizens Engagement Platform Seychelles (CEPS) Consultancy – Expression of interest The Citizens Engagement Platform –Seychelles (CEPS) is seeking the services of a suitably qualified consultant to undertake the following assignment: Elaborating a detailed project proposal for a conservancy, promoting the conservation of ecosystems, education, research and sustainable recreational activities in the area of Cap Ternay, […]

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Civil Society being offered Japanese’ Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP)
On: May 6, 2015
By: Support

06 May 2015 The civil society sector of Seychelles has been selected to access funds from the Japanese Embassy’s Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) programme of up to Rs1,100,000 Seychelles Rupee (80,000 $US). The programme was introduced in 1989, and is designed to meet the diverse needs of developing countries through supporting […]

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What are your visions for Baie Ternay??
On: May 5, 2015
By: Support

Wednesday 18th March 2015 What are your visions for Baie Ternay?? Have your say. Concerned members of the Citizens Engagement Platform, Seychelles (CEPS) envision an alternate future for Cap Ternay which enhances rather than degrade s and endangers its values. The site should not only remain protected, but also benefit from active and strategic terrestrial […]

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World Press Freedom Day
On: May 5, 2015
By: Support

Sunday 03rd May 2015 On the occasion of World Press Freedom Day being celebrated today, the Association of Media Practitioners Seychelles‘ (AMPS)’ Chairperson Mr Gervais Henrie has released the following message. Let journalism thrive!’ Each year on World Press Freedom Day, we remind ourselves that ensuring freedom for the media in Seychelles and around the […]

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Carnival Internationale de Victoria 2015: Civil Society creates opportunity for skilled members
On: Apr 25, 2015
By: Support

Saturday 25th April 2015 Leading up to the Carnival Internationale de Victoria 2015, CEPS has for the second year running partnered with the Notting Hill Carnival Roadshow Company Limited in organising a Carnival workshop. Over 20 participants attended the half day workshop on Friday 24th of April, held at the CEPS Conference Room, Orion Mall. […]

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CEPS welcomes UNAIDS Country Director for the Indian Ocean Region Dr Claire Mulunga.
On: Apr 23, 2015
By: Support

Thursday 23rd April 2015 UNAIDS Country Director for the Indian Ocean Region including Seychelles, Dr Claire Mulunga, is currently on an official visit in the Seychelles and today met with Civil Society representatives. The meeting took place at the Citizens Engagement Platform Seychelles meeting room. Dr Malunga was accompanied by Dr. Anne Gabriel, CEO of […]

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CAP Ternay steering group meets with the Program Director of Oceans5.
On: Apr 21, 2015
By: Support

Tuesday 21st April 2015 Chuck Fox the Program Director from Oceans5 has met with the CAP Ternay steering group as well as with representatives of NGO’s actively working in the Baie Ternay National Park. Ocean5 is a funders collaborative dedicated to ocean conservation and has been the facilitated the grant received by the Alternative Vision […]

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Outreach programmes to educate students on the dangers of drugs and alcohol abuse.
On: Apr 15, 2015
By: Support

Wednesday 15th April 2015 CEPS Faith Based Commission, under the guidance of Commissioner Christiane Vidot organised the first of a series of outreach programmes which aims to educate students on the dangers of drugs and alcohol abuse. The CEPS Social and Health Commissioner Mr. Ronny Arnephy partnered with the Faith Based Commission for this first […]

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Representatives from the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI), holds meeting with members of Seychelles Civil Society.
On: Apr 10, 2015
By: Support

Friday 10th April 2015 Following the setting up of Petroleum Multi Stakeholder Group, to serve the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI) process, the group is currently in the process of executing/preparing their first report. The platform for Civil Society (CEPS) forms part of the group and is represented by CEPS Vice chairperson Mr Jude Fred, […]

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Civil Society Society consulted for the ASMADS Study
On: Apr 9, 2015
By: Support

Thursday 09th April 2015 An agriculture sector and marine aquaculture development study (ASMADS) is currently being undertaken in Seychelles and being funded by the African Development Bank. Representatives from ASMAD led by Mr Jean Jaques Scaravizzi met with CEPS representives on the 8th of April, to find out of the works being undertaken by civil […]

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