The Red Cross Society of Seychelles (RCSS) is officially recognised by the government of Seychelles as “an independent and autonomous voluntary relief organisation, auxiliary to the public authorities”. It acts, in all circumstances, in accordance with the Fundamental Principles of the Movement. Its goal is “to prevent and alleviate suffering impartially without discrimination as to nationality, race, sex, class, religion or political opinions”.
The RCSS has approximately 200 – 300 members scattered among the 3 branches in Seychelles, mainly Mahe, Praslin and La Digue and includes the Youth Section which composed the National Society, who are actively engaged in the various activities of the RCSS. These members/volunteers are supported by the 9 staffs of the RCSS, based at its headquarters on Mahe.
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