Projects

SeyCCAT supported projects are expected to align with the Sustainabe Develeopment Goals (SDGs).

Database

We have collated information on past and current projects in Seychelles to aid applicants in the design of proposals. We will use these datasets to ensure we do not duplicate past or ongoing projects:

Please inspect the database of past and current environmental and conservation projects in Seychelles to ensure your proposal is not duplicating past or current efforts.

Please inspect the database of past and current fisheries projects in Seychelles (as carried out by the Seychelles Fishing Authority) to ensure your proposal is not duplicating past or current efforts.

On-going SeyCCAT partnerships and projects

The map and the links below profile our BGF#1 partners and their projects.

DEEP BLUE GRANTS FUND 

BLUE GRANTS FUND #2 

First use of satellite telemetry on small pelagic and abundant seabirds (juvenile Sooty Terns) to define potential Marine Protected Areas through identification of foraging areas used during the gaining of independence from their parents

Type: Large SeyCCAT strategic objective: Support new and existing marine and coastal protected areas and sustainable use zones. Lead Project Partner: Rachel Bristol Partners: Bird Island Eco-Lodge, Seychelles Christine Larose, WildWingsBird Management, Seychelles Prof...

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Currents of Change: Empowering and educating in the Seychelles by investigating marine plastic pathways, composition, and recyclability alongside the removal of marine plastic pollution from the iconic world heritage site Aldabra Atoll

  Type: Large SeyCCAT strategic objective: Support new and existing marine and coastal protected areas and sustainable use zones. Lead Project Partner: Seychelles Islands Foundation Partners:  Queen’s College, University of Oxford. Summary:  Inappropriately...

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Completed SeyCCAT projects

This section will contain details of all projects that SeyCCAT has supported and that have now completed.

Science based restoration of commercially important spiny lobster habitats to help develop a sustainable fishery

Type: Large SeyCCAT Strategic Objective: Empower the fisheries sector with robust science and knowhow to improve governance, sustainability, value and market options Lead Project Partner: Marine Conservation Society Seychelles Partners: University of Seychelles, Blue...