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          Many tourism dependent island States experience high pressure on the natural environment, which is often the very core of their tourism product. Therefore sustainable management and protection mechanisms are required, which limit and...

Gender and Ocean in Seychelles: A Mixed Bag of Nuts?

I have been privileged to have had the opportunity to work on various projects with gender-focused Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) in Seychelles. Entreprendre au Fėminin Ocėan Indien (EFOIS), Alliance of Solidarity for the Family (ASFF), Women in Action and...

Gender and Ocean – Sheena Talma

Sheena Talma has been commended for her work as part of the Aldabra Clean Up Team and one of the 2 Seychellois marine scientists selected for the Africa-Oxford Visiting Fellowship this Summer. Sheena works at the Ministry of Environment, Energy and Climate Change and...

Gender and Ocean – Karine Rassool

SeyCCAT heard the views of PhD student, Karine Rassool. Karine is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of York and also, a grantee of the Blue Grants Fund 1. The main objective of her research is to improve small-scale fisheries management in Seychelles by...

Gender and Ocean – Bella Jeanne

Bella Jeanne is a ranger at the Seychelles National Parks Authority (SNPA) and we heard about her contribution towards ocean conservation. What is your contribution towards ocean conservation? I protect one of the smallest Marine National Park in the country, Ile...