January 27, 2013 tropical cyclone first struck the Seychelles, causing severe damage on the largest island of Mahe, triggering floods, landslides and the collapse of rocks. The most seriously injured three areas of the island, where the element has destroyed more than 150 homes. In disaster areas declared state of emergency.
Prolonged heavy rains, raising the top of the tide to the level of 1.8 meters, which caused severe flooding led to serious structural damage coastal areas east of the island, numerous damage buildings, roads and bridges.
Government of the Republic have been involved all the available resources of the country to help families affected by the floods, organized set of urgent measures to reduce losses from natural disasters in general.
Given the scale of damage, the Seychelles, which represent a small island developing state, unable to cope with the aftermath of floods and have to seek assistance from the international community.
For this purpose the Government of the Republic established the National Foundation for the victims, the funds of which will be spent on urgent measures to address the effects of natural disaster and recovery areas severely affected by the floods.
Official government note, payment details of the National Foundation for the victims, accounting and other supporting documents in the office of the Honorary Consul of the Republic of Seychelles in Yekaterinburg Vozhagova Igor O. and can be given to any individual or entity, take the initiative to provide financial assistance to the Seychelles.
Details are available by phone + 7 (343) 253-88-11.