[This report does not necessarily reflect
the views of the United Nations]
JOHANNESBURG, 15 December (IRIN)
- The UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) is set to scale up post-tsunami
recovery efforts in the Seychelles.
FAO fielded a mission to the Seychelles
in April this year to assess the damage after the tidal wave that spread
devastation across the Indian Ocean hit the archipelago in December last
year, and appealed for a total of US $2.75 million.
"As it is, we have a total of $1.25
million to allocate, with a focus on three sectors: fisheries, agriculture