Seychelles Seeks More Ugandan Teachers, Doctors

Seychelles Seeks More Ugandan Teachers, Doctors (News Central TV)

Uganda’s high commissioner to Seychelles, Hassan Wasswa Galiwango has revealed that Seychelles needs more Ugandan Teachers (for Sciences) and Doctors, and has the potential to import agricultural products such as fresh fruits, vegetables, meat and dairy products.

Galiwango who is the first-ever High Commissioner of Uganda to Seychelles made the revelation after presenting his letters of credence to Seychelles president, Wavel Ramkalawan at State House in Victoria on Tuesday.

Galiwango is Uganda’s High Commissioner to Kenya and Seychelles with residence in Nairobi. He was accompanied to Victoria by his spouse Hajjat Sheru Umar Nsubuga, Aryabaha Evans (Counsellor) and Bernadette M. Ssempa (First Secretary) from the Uganda High Commission, Nairobi.

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Galiwango and President Ramkalawan agreed to strengthen bilateral cooperation between Uganda and Seychelles by concluding a General Cooperation Framework Agreement with special focus on education, health, tourism, and agribusiness, among others. Seychelles is highly dependent on tourism and fisheries for revenue.

The High Commissioner and his delegation separately met Seychelles Minister of Foreign Affairs, Sylvestre Radegonde; Minister of Agriculture and Climate Change and Environment, Flavien Joubert; Minister of Health, Peggy Vidot; and Principal Secretary for Education Services Department, Odile Decomarmond.

The officials indicated that Seychelles needs more Ugandan Teachers (for Sciences) and doctors, and has the potential to import agricultural products such as fresh fruits, vegetables, meat and dairy products.  Galiwango and his delegation also met the chairperson of Seychelles Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) the following day.

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At 13 Seychellois Rupee to a dollar, Seychelles’ currency is among the top ten performing currencies in Africa. Climate change poses long-term sustainability risks to Seychelles which has a total GPD of $12.3 billion and GDP Per Capita of $11,425.1 (2020) -the highest in Africa.


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