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The Seychelles Islands, situated in the Indian Ocean, 4 degrees South of the Equator, has a population of approximately 80,000 inhabitants, of which 33 percent is young people aged below 0 and 18 years. Over the years the National Council for Children (NCC), a Non Government Organisation, has been an active advocate for the rights of children and has been vocal in its denunciation of child abuse . It has also worked to raise-public awareness on issues related to children's well being.

Latest News

Praslin Christmas Party

As we are in the festive season, NCC again this year organized a Christmas party for Praslin kids. The party was held on the 20th of December at Paradise Sun Hotel Cote D’or Praslin. 

There was a very good turnout and along with the Paradise Sun Hotel staff we animated the party with games, dance and card making activities.

To finish off, each child was presented with 2 gifts donated by NCC and Raffles Hotel management.  Overall the event was a great success and the kids had great fun.

Children’s Village Comeback to the Regatta & Subios Festival 2011

This year, the Regatta and Subios Festival was joined together and brought alive at the Beau Vallon Beach. Once again the National Council for Children was invited to bring the Children’s Village to the event since it was deemed very successful last year. The two day event took place from Saturday 5th November to Sunday 6th November.


We were hard at work on Saturday morning to put the Village in place. One by one tents were put up and colorful flags were used to decorate the area and soon the Village was looking more and more like a child’s haven.

First Care Workshop

Our staff got the chance to receive their Basic First Aid & C.P.R. Training over a period of three days at the Bel Eau Office by Ms. Anne Rose-Innes.


During the three days they learnt the life saving technique of C.P.R. amongst other basic first aid in how to deal with people with burns, fractures and those affected by accidents and trauma.


The course ended with the staff taking a written and practical exam which they all passed with flying colours.