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Seychelles in Figures 2015 ()
SEYCHELLES IN FIGURES is published yearly since 1983
National Bureau of Statistics
P. O. Box 206
Victoria
Mahe
SEYCHELLES
Tel: +248 - 4611650
Fax: +248 - 4225634/4225339
Email: [email protected]
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Cost, insurance, freight
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Free on board
Seychelles
November 2015
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CONTENTS
Page
Geography and History ………………………………………………………………….
3
Concepts & definitions ……………………………………………………………………
4
1
CLIMATE ……………………………………………………………………………………………..
7
2
POPULATION & VITAL STATISTICS …………………………………………………..
8
3
HEALTH ……………………………………………………………………………………………..
10
4
EDUCATION………………………………………………………………………………………..
12
5
LABOUR ……………………………………………………………………………………………..
14
6
PRICE INDICES …………………………………………………………………………………..
17
7
HOUSING & HOUSEHOLDS ………………………………………………………………
18
8
TRANSPORT & COMMUNICATIONS …………………………………………………
19
9
AGRICULTURAL & INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION …………………………………
21
10
ENERGY ……………………………………………………………………………………………..
22
11
GOVERNMENT FINANCE …………………………………………………………………..
23
12
MONEY & BANKING ………………………………………………………………………….
24
13
NATIONAL ACCOUNTS ………………………………………………………………………
25
14
EXTERNAL TRADE ……………………………………………………………………………..
27
15
BALANCE OF PAYMENTS …………………………………………………………………..
30
16
INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL & TOURISM …………………………………………….
31
17
SOCIAL SECURITY ………………………………………………………………………………
33
18
CRIME JUSTICE AND SECURITY ………………………………………………………..
34
GEOGRAPHY AND HISTORY
The Republic of Seychelles consists of over 116 islands scattered over 1 million square
kilometres of sea in the middle of the Western Indian Ocean. The Seychelles
archipelago is divided into two distinct collections: the Mahe group, 43 islands in all,
granitic with high hills and mountains and the outlying islands; and the coralline group
numbering 73 or more for most part only a little above sea-level. Mahe the most
important island lies between 4 degrees south latitude and 55 degrees east longitude.
It is 27 kms long and 11kms wide rising abruptly from the sea to a maximum altitude of
905 metres in the mountain of Morne Seychellois. Two other islands of major
importance as regards to size and population are Praslin, 33.6kms from Mahe, and
home to the unique Coco de Mer and La Digue 48kms away, with its bullock cart
transport and the only remaining sanctuary of the "veuve" -the Seychelles Paradise
flycatcher.
In spite of the close proximity of Seychelles to the Equator, the climate is healthy. The
shade temperature varies little throughout the year and the hottest months being
March to April and the collest being July and August. The rainfall varies considerably
from island to island and from year to year. Most of the rainfall occurs during the hot
months when the northwest trade winds blows. The islands are outside the hurricane
zone and thunder storms are rare and mild when they do occur.
There is some evidence that Seychelles islands were known and visited as long ago as
the 8th and 9th centuries. More recently in the 15th and 16th centuries, they were
spasmodically inhabited by pirates but it was not until the middle of the 18th century
that the first settlers established themselves on Ste Anne island in 1770.
3
CONCEPTS & DEFINITIONS
2.
Population and vital statistics
2.1
Median age
The age which divides the population into two equal size groups, one of
which is younger and the other older than in the median
2.2
Dependency ratio
2.3
Crude birth rate
The ratio of the combined child population under 15 years and the
population aged 65 years and over per 1,000 population of intermediate
age (15-64 years).
Number of live births registered in a year per 1,000 mid-year population.
2.4
Total fertility rate
2.5
Crude death rate
Average number of children born to an average woman under certain
conditions.
Number of deaths occuring in a year per 1,000 mid-year population.
2.6
Marriage rate
Number of persons civilly married in a year per 1,000 mid-year
population.
2.7
Divorce rate
Number of persons granted divorce in a year per 1,000 mid-year
population.
2.8
GDDS
General Data Dissemination System
3.
Health
3.1
Life expectancy at
birth
The average number of years that a newly born child is expected to live
under certain conditions.
3.2
Early neonatal
mortality rate
Number of deaths in a year of infants under 7 days of age per 1,000 live
births during the year.
3.3
Late neonatal
mortality rate
Number of deaths in a year of infants aged from 7 to 27 days per 1,000
live births during the year.
3.4
Perinatal mortality
rate
3.5
Combined number of deaths of infants aged under 7 days and number of
still births in a year per 1,000 total births (live+still) during the year.
Infant mortality rate Number of deaths in a year of infants aged under one year per 1,000 live
births during the year.
4
Concepts & definitions(contd.)
4.
Education
4.1
Literacy rate
8.
Transport and Communications
8.1
Casualties
8.2
Fatality
Percentage of persons aged 12+ years who can with understanding, both
read and write a simple statement.
The total number of fatalities and persons injured as a result of road
accidents.
Death occurred within seven days as a result of road accidents.
13.
National Accounts
13.1
Gross Domestic
Product (GDP)
13.2
The aggregate money value of all goods and services produced within a
country out of economic activity during a specified period usually a year,
before provision for the consumption of fixed capital.
GDP at factor cost
That part of the cost of producing the GDP which consists of gross
payments to factors of production (labour, land and capital).
13.3
13.4
GDP at market
prices
Gross National
Product (GNP)
13.5
Gross National
Disposable Income
(GNDI)
13.6
Gross National
Savings
13.7
Imputed bank
service charges
(FISIM)
GDP at factor cost plus taxes on production and imports net of subsidies.
GDP at market prices plus net factor income from the rest of the world
gives GNP, also termed Gross National Income (GNI).
The sum of GNI and net transfers from the rest of the world.
Disposable income (GNDI) less final consumption expenditure.
Imputed bank service charges rename FISIM (Financial Intermediation
Services Indirectly Measured) is obtained as the difference between
interest received and interest paid by banks.
5
Concepts & definitions(contd.)
14.
External Trade
14.1
Domestic Exports
14.2
Re-exports
Exports of goods of national origin.
Goods exported in the same condition as imported or after undergoing
minor operations which leave them essentially unchanged.
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1.CLIMATE
2013
Mean Temp
0C
Min.
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
24.4
24.8
25.3
26.2
25.3
24.4
23.7
24.2
24.7
25.0
24.2
24.1
Year
2014
Max.
24.7
29.9
30.7
31.4
32.5
30.2
29.1
28.6
29.0
29.9
30.5
30.4
30.3
30.2
Min.
24.0
24.8
24.6
25.4
25.3
24.8
23.9
23.7
24.1
24.8
24.9
24.5
24.6
Max.
29.9
29.9
30.8
32.0
30.7
29.3
28.8
29.0
29.6
30.2
30.9
30.4
30.1
Rainfall (mm)
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December
Total
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
369
248
287
400
68
55
80
59
150
78
31
229
483
36
205
159
11
15
86
168
66
780
227
236
177
227
95
196
50
57
37
55
258
214
105
269
872
329
67
91
117
42
24
23
113
118
308
286
514
225
314
123
250
118
31
17
327
169
245
274
2,053
2,472
1,739
2,390
2,606
Source: Seychelles Meteorological Services
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2. POPULATION & VITAL STATISTICS
2010
89.7
45.9
43.8
2011
87.4
43.1
44.3
2012
88.3
43.3
44.9
2013
89.9
44.7
45.2
2014
91.4
45.3
46.1
19.8
44.8
18.3
6.8
19.6
41.7
19.3
6.8
19.7
41.4
20.2
7.0
19.9
41.7
21.2
7.1
19.9
41.9
22.2
7.4
Median age (Years)
30
30
31
33
34
Dependency ratio
421
434
433
429
424
77.5
8.5
3.7
75.6
8.3
3.5
76.3
8.3
3.6
77.7
8.5
3.7
78.9
8.7
3.7
1,504
664
1,625
691
1,645
651
1,566
717
1,557
725
459
981
156
466
1,059
165
520
1,228
158
507
1,204
193
419
1,236
158
Total resident Population ('000)
Male
Female
Age composition ('000)
Under 15 years
(15-44) years
(45-64) years
65 years and over
Geographical Distribution ('000)(1) (2)
Mahe
Praslin
La Digue & Outer Islands
Vital Statistics
Number of registered :
Live births
Deaths
Marriages of which:
Residents
Visitors
Divorces
Source: National Bureau of Statistics
(1)
(2)
The original 2002 census figure has been adjusted by 2.4% to account for undercounts
Figures for 2010 have been adjusted and rebased on the 2010 Census results
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2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
16.8
2.1
7.4
14.0
5.1
1.7
18.6
2.4
7.9
9.8
6.5
1.9
18.6
2.4
7.4
10.3
5.9
1.8
17.4
2.4
8.0
18.5
5.6
2.1
17.0
2.3
7.9
17.0
4.6
1.7
2020
2025
2030
2035
2040
51.1
48.9
100.0
50.8
49.2
100.0
52.9
51.9
104.8
53.3
53
106.3
53.4
54.1
107.5
22.4
43.5
26.1
8.1
21.3
41.4
27.1
10.2
19.4
42.7
28.7
14.0
18.0
42.8
28.8
16.7
17.8
41.7
28.5
19.4
Vital statistics (contd.)
Crude birth rate
Total fertility rate
Crude death rate
Infant mortality rate
Marriage rate (residents)
Divorce rate
Projected population ('000)
(1)
Male
Female
Total
Projected Population Age composition (%)
Under 15 years
(15-44) years
(45-64) years
65 years and over
Source: National Bureau of Statistics
(1)
Based on 2010 Census results, Population Projections report 2014-2080
Population Pyramid, Mid 2013
Population Estimates
Age Group
100+
95-99
90-94
85-89
80-84
75-79
70-74
65-69
60-64
55-59
50-54
45-49
40-44
35-39
30-34
25-29
20-24
15-19
10-14
5-9
0-4
-5000
Males
Females
-3000
-1000
Number
9
1000
3000
5000
3. HEALTH
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Life expectancy at birth (years)
Both Sexes
Male
Female
73.2
69.1
77.5
72.6
67.7
78.0
74.2
69.3
79.4
73.1
69.9
76.5
73.2
68.4
78.3
Early neonatal mortality rate
Late neonatal mortality rate
Perinatal mortality rate
Infant mortality rate
8.6
3.3
14.5
14.0
6.2
1.8
17.0
9.8
6.7
1.8
15.7
10.3
10.2
3.2
22.7
18.5
6.4
1.3
15.2
10.9
Health facilities (number)
Government establishments
Hospitals
Hospital beds
Health centres
6
330
18
6
315
18
6
307
18
6
302
18
6
302
18
9
5
3
14
5
2
14
5
3
14
3
7
22
4
9
100
16
1
18
4
215
328
412
44
285
107
18
1
17
5
187
323
490
87
227
93
15
1
13
4
144
253
419
97
558
120
14
1
201
4
216
267
416
75
263
140
13
2
18
7
330
279
432
114
216
Private clinics
General practitioners
Dentists
Pharmacists
Health personnel (Government establishments only)
Medical practitioners
Consultants
Dental Consultants
Dentists
Pharmacists
Other Health Professionals
Para-Medicals
Nurses
Student Nurses
Other Health Ancillaries
Population per doctor (1)
718
629
825
671
522
Population per dentist (1)
3,762
3,975
4,906
3,909
3,807
Source: Ministry of Health
(1)
Includes private doctors & dentists
10
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Deaths of which (Number)
Circulatory system
Respiratory system
Neoplasms
Infectious and parasitic
Digestive system
664
220
89
109
51
50
691
250
115
122
29
37
651
246
99
111
50
35
717
224
123
119
58
49
725
202
125
95
81
57
Deaths of which (%)
Circulatory system
Respiratory system
Neoplasms
Infectious and parasitic
Digestive system
33
13
16
8
8
36
17
18
4
5
38
15
17
8
5
31
17
17
8
7
28
17
13
11
8
11,314
4
62
51
223
10,756
4
67
62
200
11,010
4
68
57
192
11,890
5
66
52
227
11,566
5
65
51
227
324,895
26,182
8,952
11,505
310,839
26,445
10,119
10,932
304,103
28,989
10,373
10,746
301,364
28,232
9,464
10,603
320,108
31,172
11,990
11,951
24.3
2.8
25.3
2.8
26.3
2.7
21.3
1.4
15.1
1.4
In-patient admissions (Victoria Hospital)
No. of admissions
Average length of stay (nights)
Bed occupancy rate (%)
Admissions per bed
Number of beds
Out patients and clinic attendances
No. of attendances/visits (1)
Doctors consultation
Family planning
School Health
Home visits
Public expenditure on health
as percentage of:
Total public expenditure
GDP at market prices
Source: Ministry of Health
(1)
Does not include attendances at specialist clinics: Govt establishments only
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4. EDUCATION
Government and Private Schools
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014(4)
Pre-Primary (creche)
(1)
33
2,935
232
13:1
33
2,916
176
17:1
33
2,858
172
17:1
34
2,883
172
17:1
33
3,030
183
17:1
Schools
Enrolment (Total)
Male
Female
27
8,607
4,317
4,290
27
8,695
4,339
4,356
28
8,701
4,367
4,334
29
8,652
4,273
4,379
28 (2)
8,812
4,443
4,369
Teaching Staff (Total)
Male
Female
Pupil/Teacher ratio
691
115
576
12:1
656
80
576
13:1
693
83
610
13:1
795
75
720
11:1
662
83
579
13:1
Schools
Enrolment (Total)
Male
Female
13
7,221
3,658
3,563
13
7,113
3,540
3,573
13
7,123
3,578
3,545
12
6,627
3,254
3,373
6,858
3,422
3,436
Teaching Staff (Total)
Male
Female
Pupil/Teacher ratio
592
236
356
12:1
603
251
352
12:1
605
239
366
12:1
529
218
311
13:1
550
211
339
12:1
Schools
Enrolment
Teaching Staff
Pupil/Teacher ratio
Primary
Secondary
Source: Education Management Information System (Ministry of Education)
For 2014:(1)
Figure includes 29 public and 4 private schools.
(2)
Figure includes 24 public and 4 private schools.
12
14
(3)
2010
Tertiary Non-University Education and Training_Public
Schools
Enrolment
Teaching Staff
Pupil/Teacher ratio
2011
2012
2013
2014(3)
10
(1)
2,380
180
13:1
9
9
9
7
2,125
175
12:1
1,986
126
16:1
2,196
134
16:1
1,652
138
12:1
Tertiary Non-University Education and Training_Private
Schools
Enrolment
Teaching Staff
Pupil/Teacher ratio
3
108
37
3:1
Tertiary_University Education
Institution
Enrolment
Teaching Staff
Student/Teacher ratio
1
205
28
7:1
Special Education
Schools
Enrolment
Teaching Staff
Student/Teacher ratio
1
64
26
3:1
for the year 2014;
Tertiary Non-University Education and Training_Public
Seychelles Institute of Technology (SIT)
Maritime Training Centre (MTC)
School of Advanced Level Studies (SALS)
School of Visual Arts (SVA)
School of Business Studies and Accounting (SBSA)
National Institute of Health and Social Studies (NIHSS)
Seychelles Agricultural and Horticultural Training Centre (SAHTC)
Seychelles Tourism Academy (STA)
Seychelles Police Academy (SPA)
Seychelles Institute of Teacher Education (SITE)
Tertiary Non-University Education and Training_Private (A' Level Studies)
Ecole Française
Independent School
International School
(1)
Figure includes apprenticeship students
(2)
1 school including 2 centres
(3)
Revised figures
13
1
55
31
2:1
1
56
29
2:1
(2)
1
73
27
3:1
1(2)
76
24
3:1
5. LABOUR
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
44,159
8,799
30,508
4,852
49,891
8,831
35,916
5,144
44,115
9,024
29,999
5,092
45,802
8,876
31,769
5,173
47,952
9,150
33,370
5,432
480
506
377
470
519
30
33
Secondary sector, of which:
Manufacturing
Electricity , gas, steam and air conditioning
Water supply; sewerage, waste managem
Construction
4,570
298
690
5,647
4,670
417
663
6,114
4,094
418
725
4,812
4,248
459
742
5,733
4,220
499
664
6,018
Tertiary sector, of which:
Wholesale & retail trade; repair of motor v
Transportation and storage
Accommodation and food service activites
Information and communication
Financial and insurance activities
Real estate activities
Professional, scientific and technical activi
Administrative and support service activit
Public administration and defence: compu
Education
Human health and social work activities
Arts, entertainment and recreation
Other service activities
Activities of extraterritorial organizations
3,620
3,358
7,887
861
1,071
515
1,494
3,145
4,958
2,460
1,593
601
853
32
4,424
3,825
10,098
922
1,159
727
1,744
3,491
4,945
2,548
1,686
903
970
46
3,254
3,035
8,479
957
1,507
812
1,314
3,069
4,800
2,921
1,539
1,018
693
23
3,651
3,157
8,478
967
1,587
962
1,332
3,018
4,246
2,978
1,849
1,054
613
23
3,900
3,342
8,906
936
1,669
1,103
1,476
3,340
4,354
3,139
1,909
1,086
699
36
Average monthly earnings (Rupees)
All Sectors
Government Sector
Private Sector
Parastatal Sector
6,987
6,916
6,693
8,959
7,882
8,040
7,409
10,907
8,421
8,830
7,942
10,518
8,881
9,826
8,187
11,519
10,008
11,648
9,052
13,112
4,513
4,912
4,620
4,767
5,264
7,938
7,888
Total employment (Numbers) (1)
All Sectors
Government Sector
Private Sector
Parastatal Sector
Primary sector, of which:
Agriculture, forestry, fishing
(2)
Mining and quarrying
Primary sector of which:
Agriculture, forestry, fishing
(2)
Mining and quarrying
14
Secondary sector of which:
Manufacturing
Electricity , gas, steam and air conditioning supply
Water supply; sewerage, waste management and remediation activities
Construction
Tertiary sector of which:
Wholesale & retail trade; repair of motor vehicles and motorcycles
Transportation and storage
Accommodation and food service activites
Information and communication
Financial and insurance activities
Real estate activities
Professional, scientific and technical activities
Administrative and support service activities
Public administration and defence: compulsory social security
Education
Human health and social work activities
Arts, entertainment and recreation
Other service activities
Activities of extraterritorial organizations and bodies
(1)
Averages - totals do not always add up due to rounding
(2)
Not part of the new classification system as of 2012
Source: National Bureau of Statistics
15
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
5,772
8,661
8,551
6,611
6,809
10,147
10,223
6,841
6,414
11,610
9,885
6,721
7,577
14,062
8,637
8,053
8,369
16,069
13,396
7,721
5,568
8,914
7,146
11,762
10,258
9,048
8,534
5,849
6,707
7,018
7,462
5,311
5,629
6,122
6,376
10,230
8,076
12,530
12,145
7,271
10,208
6,675
7,895
8,171
8,320
5,333
6,057
7,936
7,418
9,801
9,039
12,424
12,765
7,318
10,464
7,235
8,932
8,711
9,655
7,690
5,616
7,500
8,109
9,361
9,398
1,029
10,814
8,760
10,728
7,473
10,276
12,437
10,374
8,520
6,710
9,098
9,095
10,984
9,897
15,215
14,368
9,041
11,519
8,270
12,497
9,768
12,784
9,304
8,048
8,803
Average Number of Employees - 2014
Government
Female
Male
Local Expatriate Local
Expatriate
Parastatal
Female
Male
Local Expatriate Local Expatriate
ISIC INDUSTRY
A
C
D
E
G
H
g
y
fishing
Manufacturing
Electricity, gas, steam and air
conditioning supply
Water supply; sewerage,
waste management and
remediation activities
Wholesale and retail trade;
repair of motor vehicles and
motorcycles
-
-
-
-
48
19
-
-
-
-
76
-
-
-
-
93
-
-
-
-
276
Transportation and storage
communication
Financial and insurance
K activities
Professional, scientific and
M
technical activities
Administrative and support
N
services activities
Public Administration and
O defence; compulsory social
security
P Education
Human health and social
Q
work activities
Arts, entertainment and
R
recreation
S Other service activities
J
ALL INDUSTRIES
66
-
1
-
12
416
7
-
357
7
-
258
-
751
-
1,161
-
-
-
103
-
129
-
-
-
-
409
-
128
5
-
-
-
-
289
1
237
4
-
-
-
-
57
5
151
290
1,159
54
54
5,972
10
55
1,808
555
49
373
-
30
36
114
2,851
16
-
35
20
-
2,499
2,140
49
-
65
-
38
100
-
-
-
-
74
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
5
212
2,126
20
7
2,912
390
6. PRICE INDICES
(1)
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
100.0
181.3
191.9
203.0
209.9
211.0
3.3
176.1
212.1
219.6
288.2
229.6
Other food, of which:
Bread and Cereals
Meat (Fresh, chilled, frozen)
Fish (Frozen, smoked, salted)
Milk, cheese and eggs
Oils and fats
Fruits
Vegetables
Sugar, jam, honey and confectionery
Food product n.e.c
Non-alcoholic beverages
25.5
4.2
4.3
0.4
2.6
1.0
1.4
3.6
1.3
2.1
4.6
199.0
216.5
217.3
188.4
189.9
199.0
171.1
181.7
200.8
180.1
201.9
208.5
221.6
225.8
189.7
200.4
226.4
174.8
189.7
218.9
186.8
214.7
218.7
229.1
239.9
191.5
208.7
235.2
179.9
189.3
232.2
197.1
234.6
226.3
235.5
234.1
223.3
214.8
242.4
192.1
208.3
245.3
203.9
243.1
225.8
232.2
225.7
230.5
214.6
243.8
198.7
210.7
245.1
205.8
245.7
Non-food items, of which:
Alcoholic beverages
Tobacco
Clothing and footwear
Housing, water, electricity, & gas
Furniture & household equipment
Health
Transport
Communication
Recreation and culture
Education
Restaurants and hotels
Miscellaneous goods and services
71.1
14.1
1.9
1.9
14.1
5.5
0.6
9.4
8.6
4.8
2.3
1.6
6.3
175.9
190.4
318.7
176.7
186.5
149.0
141.1
205.0
136.9
160.9
125.1
156.8
148.9
184.9
191.0
319.7
184.7
204.7
153.2
144.7
221.3
137.2
183.7
125.1
174.4
154.4
196.6
202.5
322.9
195.8
226.8
159.3
155.2
237.4
137.5
189.6
144.1
194.7
158.9
200.4
209.7
329.6
208.4
224.3
167.8
159.4
233.7
137.2
207.9
155.5
203
163.5
204.9
207.6
332.0
223.6
236.8
168.0
163.3
240.0
137.9
214.8
155.5
205.8
168.3
-2.4%
2.6%
7.1%
4.3%
1.4%
Weight
Consumer Price Index (July 2007 = 100.0)
All Items Index
Fish
Inflation Rate
Source: National Bureau of Statistics
(1)
Weights are based on the results of Household Budget Survey of May 2006 - July 2007
17
7. HOUSING AND HOUSEHOLDS
(As collected during the Population & Housing Census Years)
Housing units
No. of houses
Households (No.)
Tenure (No.)
Owner
Tenant
Free
Not stated
Type of construction %
Stone/Block
Wood/Iron
State of repair %
Good
Fair
Poor
Amenities
(Percentage of Households with):
Treated water
Electricity
Toilet (of which):
Flush toilet
Radio
Television
Cable TV
VCR/VCD/DVD
Telephone (of which):
Fixed line
Mobile
Computers
Internet access (of which):
1987
1994
1997
2002
2010
15,050
16,808
17,599
20,270
23,770
15,118
17,107
17,878
20,933
24,770
9,628
3,792
1,160
538
11,868
3,882
977
380
13,348
3,229
611
690
13,889
5,074
1,545
425
17,158
4,796
2,299
517
54
42
64
32
70
27
77
21
86
14
58
26
12
66
22
8
72
19
6
73
19
5
84
9
7
69
76
83
90
83
92
87
96
93
97
62
91
44
78
92
71
..
47
86
..
..
..
..
94
92
88
..
56
97
87
95
35
77
41
..
..
..
..
..
63
..
12
49
90
38
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
..
7
18
14
26
16
21
..
21
25
45
4.5
47
4.3
49
3.9
49
4.0
51
3.7
Via PC
Via Mobile Phone
Via (either PC or Mobile Phone)
Motorised transport
% of female headed households
Average household size
.. Information not collected
18
8. TRANSPORT AND COMMUNICATIONS
Air transport
International
Aircraft movements
Passengers off ('000)
Passengers on ('000)
(1)
Passengers in transit ('000)
Freight off (tonnes)
Freight on (tonnes)
Domestic
Passengers ('000) (2)
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
4,480
229
229
4,470
248
247
4,843
257
260
5,080
284
280
4,774
291
288
7
6,641
2,601
1
7,299
2,314
1
3,871
629
3
7,281
526
6
7,777
347
182
186
118
170
169
98
95
70
101
98
17,068
17,579
17,178
18,230
19,788
5,879
163
5,877
153
6,283
122
7,752
130
7,942
145
of whom visitors ('000)
Sea transport
('000 metric shipping tonnes)
Imports
Exports (3)
Transhipment (fish)
Communication
Telephone exchange lines (no.) (4)
26,484
21,613
20,882
21,246
20,982
306,371
Local calls (hours)
4,281,946
Cellular mobile telephone subscribers (no 126,635
Payphones (no.) (5)
236
347,499
4,919,496
137,809
327,381
5,161,075
142,164
299,387
5,582,091
153,271
277,893
7,707,987
152,248
4,120
165
12,440
214
10,859
178
13,551
173
13,348
72
14,747
138
14,057
225
15,775
79
15,563
174
16,865
2
3
3
3
3
3
2
4
2
6
International calls (hours)
Internet accounts (no.)
Satellite Dish
Cable TV Connection
Local Press
Dailies
Weeklies
Source: Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority, Seychelles Ports Authority, National Bureau of Statistics,
Seychelles Licencing Authority and Seychelles Police
(1)
Refers to passengers who do not pass through immigration control
(2)
Does not include infants
(3)
Starts using TEU (Twenty-foot equivalent units) in 2002
(4)
Includes lines used for fax as from 2003
(5)
Includes both coin/card operated phones
19
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
15,316
10,146
2,878
278
1,647
74
293
15,853
9,974
3,105
305
1,823
173
473
16,570
10,559
2,885
302
2,050
335
439
17,592
11,624
2,635
274
2,294
307
458
19,198
12,878
3,007
329
2,269
240
475
Driving Licence
Local
International
9,795
9,526
269
10,037
9,799
238
9,815
9,542
273
6,247
5,931
316
6,316
6,071
245
Road traffic accidents
Number of accidents
rate (per 1,000 population)
rate (per 1,000 motor vehicles)
1,531
17
100
1,581
18
100
1,537
17
98
1,628
18
93
2,027
22
106
485
476
504
555
615
508
490
18
508
490
18
515
502
13
520
508
12
526
514
12
3
4
4
4
4
Road transport
Motor-vehicles registered (No.)
Private
Commercial
Taxi
Self-drive
Motor cycle
Omnibuses
Private cars per 1,000 hholds
(1)(2)
Length of roads (Kilometres)
Surfaced
Unsurfaced
Vehicles per kilometre of road
Source: Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority, Seychelles Ports Authority, National Bureau of
Statistics, Seychelles Licencing Authority and Seychelles Police
(1)
Number of households relates to 2002 census (2007-2009)
(2)
Number of households relates to 2010 census (2010)
.. Data not collected
20
9. AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTION
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
19
23
49
20
39
38
13
42
28
17
14
21
2
8
27
Livestock slaughters (nos.)
Cattle
Pigs
Chickens
34
5,363
550,685
15
6,555
622,303
25
6,113
251,915
49
6,497
157,393
68
5,761
221,821
Fishery products (tonnes)
Fish landed
Canned tuna
Smoked Fish
2,597
30,338
30
2,875
30,152
29
2,503
31,946
28
4,119
36,826
41
3,468
32,219
41
5,936
4,781
5,995
1,604
436
49
6,984
5,400
6,219
1,017
108
30
6,938
5,296
7,175
468
94
9
6,068
4,937
8,647
41
-
5,631
4,453
10,006
35
-
47
383,100
9,053
55
362,536
4,088
60
386,907
0⁽¹⁾
56
434,256
1,106
64
458,389
3,436
Agricultural production
Cash crops (tonnes)
Copra
Cinnamon bark
Tea (green leaf)
Industrial production
Beverages ('000 litres)
Soft drinks
Beer and stout
Mineral Water
Fruit juices
Milk
Yoghurt
Cigarettes (million)
Paints (litres)
Animal Feed (Tonnes)
⁽¹⁾ Production ceased
Source: National Bureau of Statistics
21
10. ENERGY
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Imports of energy sources (tonnes)
Motor spirit
Aviation Spirit (Avgas)
Aviation Kerosene (Jet A1)
Gas Oil (Diesel)
Fuel Oil
LPG
18,736
29
49,906
183,797
69,369
3,696
13,174
0
39,500
152,527
73,903
2,333
15,023
0
31,667
198,044
76,982
2,605
16,557
0
29,732
164,765
75,995
4,085
20,097
0
31,579
208,668
76,904
3,429
Electricity generated (million kWh)
301.0
323.8
336.5
354.4
362.7
Electricity consumed (million kWh)
of which:
Domestic
Commercial/Industrial
Government
Street lighting
Export oriented
260.3
279.8
313.6
306.8
312.6
81.7
118.3
35.5
1.1
23.6
84.0
137.6
33.2
1.1
23.9
86.2
165.4
36.9
1.1
24
89.0
176.9
39.7
1.2
0
93.4
181.7
36.3
1.2
0
31,443
31,398
32,444
33,280
34,092
26,632
3,812
498
221
15
26,694
3,926
481
218
15
27,476
4,053
482
221
15
28,128
4,197
470
268
0
28,727
4,409
484
267
0
265
64
197
217
205
Electricity consumers (Nos.)
of which:
Domestic
Commercial/Industrial
Government
Street lighting
Export oriented
Others
Source: National Bureau of Statistics and Public Utilities Corporation
(1)
As of 2012, export oriented rate is the same as commercial rate
22
11. GOVERNMENT FINANCE
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
4,046.7
3,945.9
3,260.0
5,144.5
4,825.5
4,155.6
6,145.7
5,443.3
4,414.6
6,157.8
5,467.0
4,494.6
6,026.8
5,932.4
5,149.9
1,040.3
1,510.3
709.4
474.1
100.8
1,518.3
1,482.5
1,154.8
570.0
319.0
1,517.5
1,759.4
1,137.8
771.6
702.4
881.8
2,422.7
430.9
796.4
690.8
906.5
2,888.7
381.1
688.2
94.4
Expenditure and net lending
Current expenditure
General Public Services
Defence
Public Order and Safety
Economic affairs
Environmental Protection
Housing and Community amenities
Health
Recreation, culture and Religion
Education (1)
Social Protection
2,963.8
3,352.4
1,589.6
91.6
356.2
215.7
180.0
162.7
442.3
140.4
415.3
464.5
3,479.1
3,470.5
1,222.2
111.0
397.0
260.6
164.1
256.0
411.7
183.2
515.4
575.4
4,029.2
4035.6
1615.1
143.3
359.2
269.2
306.7
112.7
527.7
113.9
612.7
639.9
4,475.3
4,427.4
1,485.4
212.2
508.8
444.6
201.8
221.9
578.2
97.2
712.7
626.8
5,043.5
4,980.1
1,662.6
274.1
565.5
391.8
262.8
288.8
628.9
204.6
728.8
663.9
Public debt interest
Capital expenditure
Net Lending
Overall surplus (Deficit)
712.4
1,009.2
-388.6
293.4
384.1
1,060.5
8.6
349.5
539.9
1612.6
-6.4
337.4
630.8
1184.5
47.9
377.24
476.2
891.8
63.4
260.63
Central Government Debt Stock
of which:
Domestic debt
External debt
9,686.0
10,617.2
10,980.0
6,763.2
8,108.9
4,148.0
5,538.0
4,473.9
6,143.3
4,983.4
5,996.6
1,127.0
5,636.3
1,730.3
6,378.6
(Million rupees)
Total revenue and grants
Total revenue
Tax revenue:
of which:
Tax on income and profits
Domestic taxes on goods and services
Import duties
Non tax revenue:
Grants
Source: Ministry of Finance
(1)
Includes Employment & Human Resources in 2010 & 2011
23
12. MONEY AND BANKING
2010
MONETARY SURVEY (1)
(Million rupees)
Central Bank of Seychelles and Commercial Banks
Foreign assets
3,699.4
CBS
2,708.7
Commercial Banks
990.7
2011
2012
2013
2014
4,529.5
3,302.7
1,226.8
5,339.2
3,433.5
1,905.7
7,305.4
4,579.9
2,725.5
9,686.4
5,906.2
3,780.2
Domestic Assets
Claims on private sector
Claims on public entities
Claims on government, net (2)
5,883.0
2,883.6
423.4
5,885.2
3,064.9
439.4
5,438.3
3,266.0
386.3
6,027.9
3,412.1
303.8
5,980.0
4,292.2
272.2
2,576.0
2,380.9
1,786.0
2,312.0
1,415.7
Money Supply
Currency with public
Demand deposits
Quasi Money(3)
5,661.7
579.0
1,988.5
5,317.5
621.6
2,073.5
5,113.2
629.2
1,854.0
6,392.1
756.6
2,432.6
6,861.6
874.7
2,712.2
3,094.1
2,622.4
2,629.9
3,202.9
3,274.6
Other items
2,241.6
2,750.4
3,223.8
3,993.1
3,911.9
Annual average foreign exchange rates
US dollar
Euro
Pound sterling
Swiss franc
Japanese yen
12.0706
16.0316
18.6554
11.6103
0.1380
12.3800
17.1984
19.7572
13.9854
0.1555
13.6944
17.6398
21.6281
14.6110
0.1718
12.0577
16.0064
18.8724
13.0158
0.1239
12.7469
16.9355
20.8782
13.9181
0.1204
Source: Central Bank of Seychelles
(1)
The banking system includes the Central Bank and Commercial Banks
(2)
Net of government deposits with the banking system
(3)
Includes Time and Savings Deposits
24
13. NATIONAL ACCOUNTS
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014 (2)
264.6
264.6
293.1
293.1
303.7
303.7
427.2
427.2
391.9
391.9
Secondary
Manufacturing
Electricity, gas, steam & air conditioning supply
Water supply, sewerage, waste management
Construction
1,640.9
940.2
71.6
95.0
534.0
1,808.8
964.3
-5.9
62.7
787.6
2,061.2
1217.0
146.5
63.2
634.5
2,193.3
1327.4
335.2
74.0
456.7
2,638.4
1659.0
346.9
89.2
543.3
Tertiary
Wholesale & retail trade
Transportation and storage
Accommodation & food service activities
Information and communication
Financial and insurance activities
Real estate activities
Owner occupied dwellings
Professional, Scientific and Technical activities
Administrative and support service activities
Public administration and defence
Education
Human Health and social work activities
Art, entertainment and recreation
Other service activities
8,016.3
863.5
891.3
1924.3
377.8
526.2
623.3
1079.2
234.8
334.3
604.5
261.0
170.2
67.9
58.0
9,016.8
847.9
956.6
2322.8
431.2
585.2
692.3
1147.5
265.9
379.1
730.5
305.3
208.2
77.9
66.5
10,830.3
913.0
932.4
3146.1
522.1
699.9
936.1
1339.8
289.5
443.9
852.2
341.5
237.5
95.0
81.2
12,202.2
1087.1
1731.6
2840.5
737.4
668.9
1029.7
1480.7
388.7
413.2
1012.3
360.7
272.0
96.7
82.6
14,061.2
1235.3
2111.9
3217.0
786.5
635.0
1333.9
1574.5
425.5
493.3
1263.0
399.4
361.0
110.5
114.3
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) estimates at current prices
Value added by sector & industry (million rupees)
Primary
Agriculture, forestry & fishing
(1)
Imputed bank service charges (FISIM)
GDP at current basic prices (million rupees)
-181.9
9,739.9
Taxes less subsidies
-205.3
10,913.4
-274.7
12,920.5
-254.9
14,567.8
-227.5
16,863.9
1965.5
2282.5
2623.1
2622.8
3017.1
GDP at current market prices (million rupees)
11,705.4
13,195.9
15,543.6
17,190.6
19,881.1
Mid-year population
Per capita GDP at current market prices (rupees)
89,770
130,393
87,441
152,154
88,303
175,175
89,949
191,115
91,359
217,615
2.3%
14.0%
68.5%
-1.6%
2.2%
13.7%
68.3%
-1.6%
2.0%
13.3%
69.7%
-1.8%
2.5%
12.8%
71.0%
-1.5%
2.0%
13.3%
70.7%
-1.1%
Sectorial contribution to GDP at factor cost (%)
Primary
Secondary
Tertiary
Imputed bank service charges (FISIM)
(1)
2010 Final; 2011-2013 Provisional;
(2)
2014 Indicative
Source: National Bureau of Statistics
25
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) constant 2006 prices
Value added by sector & industry (million rupees)
Primary
Agriculture, forestry & fishing
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
138.2
138.2
143.0
143.0
141.6
141.6
178.5
178.5
169.2
169.2
898.2
438.9
69.1
54.1
336.0
1,035.1
469.5
47.1
89.6
428.9
1,229.8
472.3
282.9
107.7
366.9
988.1
593.1
149.5
33.0
212.5
991.8
559.4
152.3
30.1
250.0
4,494.5
400.7
638.0
746.9
328.7
323.0
323.3
582.0
138.2
174.1
397.3
223.5
142.5
40.6
35.8
4,778.3
424.7
644.1
801.0
371.3
348.9
355.6
608.0
152.5
192.6
446.9
218.2
129.5
45.8
39.1
5,016.5
423.6
629.3
849.6
415.2
383.6
420.4
641.0
155.1
202.1
453.6
222.0
133.7
47.8
39.5
5,554.7
511.3
652.7
970.3
560.2
314.6
459.3
660.4
240.6
219.8
476.2
229.4
162.2
46.5
51.1
6,160.1
540.7
754.3
982.6
845.1
312.4
527.0
701.2
266.3
227.0
488.0
241.8
167.5
47.9
58.4
-123.1
-132.1
-152.5
-119.9
-117.4
5,407.7
5,824.4
6,235.3
6,601.5
7,203.6
943.8
1,028.6
1,084.7
1,234.1
1,371.8
6,351.5
6,852.9
7,320.0
7,835.6
8,575.4
5.9%
7.9%
2.8%
7.0%
9.4%
(1)
Secondary
Manufacturing
Electricity, gas, steam & air conditioning supply
Water supply, sewerage, waste management
Construction
Tertiary
Wholesale & retail trade
Transportation and storage
Accommodation & food service activities
Information and communication
Financial and insurance activities
Real estate activities
Owner occupied dwellings
Professional, Scientific and Technical activities
Administrative and support service activities
Public administration and defence
Education
Human Health and social work activities
Art, entertainment and recreation
Other service activities
Imputed bank service charges (FISIM)
GDP at current basic prices (million rupees)
Taxes less subsidies
GDP at constant 2006 market prices (million rupees)
Annual real GDP growth rate (%)
GDP at current market prices (million rupees)
11,705.4
13,195.9
15,543.6
17,190.6
19,881.1
Gross National Income (GNI) (1) (million rupees)
Net factor income from the rest of the world (r.o.w.)
GNI at market prices
Net transfer from r.o.w
Gross National Disposable Income
Per capita GNI at current market prices (rupees)
-963.5
10,741.9
104.5
10,846.4
119,660
-1161.8
12,034.1
183.2
12,217.3
137,625
-2766.9
12,776.7
645.8
13,422.5
144,692
-1072.4
16,118.2
359.8
16,478.0
179,192
-1658.9
18,222.2
92.6
18,314.8
199,457
89,770
87,441
88,303
89,949
91,359
Mid-year population
Source: National Bureau of Statistics
(1)
2010 Final; 2011-2013 Provisional;
(2)
2014 Indicative
26
14. EXTERNAL TRADE
2012
(1)
2013(1)
2014(1)
5,893.0
3,268.9
2,624.1
6,790.7
3,723.5
3,067.2
6,971.2
4,505.1
2,466.1
6,878.5
4,300.7
2,577.8
11,881.2
12,802.9
13,972.5
13,051.2
14,554.7
-7,063.0
-6,909.8
-7,181.9
-6,080.0
-7,676.2
2,382.5
31.0
0.0
1.9
0.0
87.4
32.5
119.4
3,001.3
27.7
0.0
2.0
0.0
91.3
29.6
117.0
3,411.0
13.2
0.0
2.3
0.0
82.8
35.0
179.1
4,228.9
15.2
0.0
1.9
25.6
101.8
17.6
114.2
4,051.3
15.3
0.0
1.9
11.9
97.3
29.5
93.4
803.9
118.6
441.4
26.9
119.8
6.5
30.0
859.8
8.5
239.2
1,270.3
59.9
480.3
1.0
74.0
2.3
44.6
1,055.3
8.6
272.5
1,660.9
17.9
602.5
2.2
86.4
0.3
29.7
1,006.3
5.2
312.0
1,963.4
16.1
731.6
45.7
64.6
2.1
29.1
1,346.8
4.2
301.5
1,633.3
0.0
779.6
35.9
76.1
0.2
25.5
1,403.3
1.0
345.7
2010
2011
Total Exports (f.o.b. value)
Domestic exports
Re-exports
4,818.1
2,654.6
2,163.6
Total Imports (c.i.f. value)
Balance of visible trade
Total value of trade (R million)
Domestic Exports (f.o.b)
By commodity:
Canned Tuna
Fish (fresh/frozen)
Frozen Prawns
Cinnamon bark
Other processed fish
Fish Meal (Animal Feed)
Medicaments & Medical Appliances
Other
Domestic Exports (f.o.b)
By country of destination:
France
Germany
Italy
Japan
Netherlands
South Africa
Sri Lanka
United Kingdom
USA
Others
Source: National Bureau of Statistics
Provisional
(1)
27
Re- Exports (f.o.b)
By commodity
Food, beverages, tobacco & chemicals
Petroleum products
Other re-exports
Total Imports (c.i.f. value)
By commodity
Food and live animals
of which:
- Dairy products
- Fruits and vegetables
Beverages and Tobacco
Crude materials, inedible
Mineral fuels, lubricants etc.
of which:
-Gas Oil
Animal & vegetable oils & fats
Chemicals
of which:
-Medical & pharmaceutical products
Manufactured goods
of which:
- Paper & paper products
-Textile, fabrics, made up articles
-Iron & steel
Machinery & transport equipment
of which:
-Passenger motor cars complete
Miscellaneous manufactured goods
of which:
-Articles of apparel & clothing
Commodities not elsewhere specified
2010
2011
2012(1)
2013(1)
2014(1)
0.0
1,813.8
349.7
0.0
2,407.0
217.1
0.0
2,726.0
306.6
0.0
2,331.5
134.6
0.0
2,423.5
154.3
1,941.8
2,466.1
3,021.7
3,225.8
3,232.1
127.2
163.2
151.3
207.0
2,693.3
202.2
247.4
192.0
281.7
3,224.4
197.4
252.6
217.5
437.2
4,245.5
188.9
255.4
229.5
335.0
3,315.1
159.6
212.8
183.1
331.0
3,660.4
1,550.8
189.6
546.7
1,805.9
176.8
627.5
2,740.1
196.1
428.3
1,982.2
188.0
388.0
2,317.1
113.9
331.4
80.5
2,664.7
87.8
2,437.2
80.2
2,553.6
71.7
2,545.0
73.6
2,623.7
140.1
114.7
429.7
2,661.9
209.7
73.0
316.8
2,831.1
181.2
88.5
424.2
2,993.2
194.6
86.7
528.1
2,417.9
222.2
85.9
674.0
3,198.9
234.9
958.8
226.2
539.1
446.3
316.7
365.0
742.0
277.5
878.1
74.5
55.7
87.2
27.0
59.7
24.4
42.8
0.7
60.2
2.1
Source: National Bureau of Statistics
Provisional
(1)
28
(1)
(1)
(1)
2012
2013
2014
12,802.9
13,972.5
13,051.2
14,554.7
706.1
423.3
547.8
726.4
753.6
930.1
4,673.0
740.2
397.5
654.3
747.6
864.7
1,321.2
4,171.8
998.8
464.7
604.8
556.1
819.6
1,766.7
5,046.6
1,078.0
521.6
374.6
487.6
648.1
1,675.8
4,072.5
1,294.1
365.2
725.4
444.0
898.7
1,148.0
4,643.7
Regional Trade
COMESA
Exports to member states
Imports from member states
8.8
571.2
5.8
650.8
25.0
709.6
28.6
620.6
14.3
701.9
Regional Trade
SADC
Exports to member states
Imports from member states
14.5
1,260.3
7.6
1,454.8
12.1
1,455.6
15.6
1,156.3
10.0
1,490.7
Regional Trade
IOC
Exports to member states
Imports from member states
8.9
453.7
10.3
581.8
13.1
632.0
18.1
503.7
16.5
589.5
Total Imports (c.i.f. value)
By country of origin
of which:
France
Italy
United Kingdom
Singapore
South Africa
Spain
United Arab Emirates
2010
2011
11,881.2
Source: National Bureau of Statistics
Provisional
(1)
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15. BALANCE OF PAYMENTS
(1)
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Current Account (Rupees Million)
Goods
-2,263
-4,613
-2,882
-5,446
-3,733
-6,428
-1,618
-5,357
-3,835
-6,934
General Merchandise, net
Merchandise exports (f.o.b)
Merchandise imports (f.o.b)
-4,045
4,827
8,872
-4,907
5,905
10,813
-5,988
6,810
12,797
-4,465
6,980
11,446
-5,859
6,857
12,715
SERVICES, net
Total credits
Total debits
2,928
6,157
3,229
3,345
6,725
3,381
3,958
9,243
5,285
4,282
9,956
5,674
4,171
10,616
6,444
Income
(of which) Investment income
-630
-605
-873
-846
-851
-1485
-871
-593
-1,105
-1027
Current transfers
Government
Other sectors
52
315
-262
92
377
-285
323
741
-418
179
633
-453
46
496
-449
Capital and Financial Account
Capital account
Financial account
2,777
3,192
415
3,965
744
-3,221
1,468
873
-595
3,167
847
-2,320
4,106
480
-3,626
Direct investment
Portfolio investment
Other investment
-2,463
-104
2,983
-2,472
426
-1,174
-3,455
910
1,951
-1,962
-14
-344
-2,852
37
-811
Reserve assets
958
456
395
1,160
524
Net errors and omissions
445
-627
54
187
809
12.3810
13.7040
12.0583
12.7469
(1)
Contrary to the exchange record, this series is recorded on an accrual basis
(2)
Data Revised backward based on BPM6 (Balance Of Payments Manual 6)
Exchange Rate (Rupees per USD)
12.0678
Source: Central Bank of Seychelles
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16. INTERNATIONAL TRAVEL AND TOURISM
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
174.5
194.5
208.0
230.3
232.7
173.5
1.1
193.5
1.0
206.6
1.5
229.6
0.7
231.9
0.8
Purpose of visit (%)
Holiday
Holiday/Business
Business
Transit/other
89.8
0.3
5.6
4.3
90.5
0.2
3.3
6.0
92.1
0.1
2.9
4.9
92.5
0.1
3.5
3.9
92.5
0.2
3.6
3.7
Region of residence (%)
Europe
Africa
Asia
Oceania
America
75.4
12.8
8.9
0.6
2.3
73.8
12.6
10.6
0.6
2.4
69.0
12.0
15.0
1.0
3.0
68.7
11.9
16.0
0.7
2.7
66.0
12.1
18.2
0.8
2.9
Leading Markets (%)
France
Italy
Germany
UK & Eire
South Africa
20.1
14.7
12.2
7.1
6.0
20.2
13.2
12.2
6.9
5.4
15.5
11.2
13.5
5.4
5.9
15.5
9.5
14.5
5.5
5.8
13.9
8.5
15.4
5.4
5.4
Tourist nights ('000)
Average length of stay (nights)
1,815
10.4
1,938
10.0
2,060
9.9
2,349
10.2
2,373
10.2
Expenditure Sources (Rupees Million)
Central Bank report estimates
Visitor survey estimates (1)
2,451
2,570
4,260
4,138
4,148
2,565
2,661
2,868
2,547
2,681
Passenger traffic
Total Visitor Arrivals ('000)
Visitor arrivals by:
Mode of Transport
Air
Sea
Source: National Bureau of Statistics
(1)
Survey of departing visitors at Seychelles International Airport
31
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
80,453
86,379
49,980
79,110
79,011
42,469
37,984
44,599
41,780
30,099
19,881
47,573
31,537
45,839
33,172
6,630
6,560
6,715
5,262
5,287
80,592
87,367
50,322
81,152
79,260
41,645
38,947
43,838
43,529
29,698
20,624
48,562
32,590
45,199
34,061
58,786
57,140
53,852
54,863
59,414
34,871
34,592
31,220
35,067
37,691
22,605
1,600
1,723
8,943
21,934
1,723
1,391
9,544
18,812
1,719
1,063
9,626
21,996
1,548
1,328
10,195
23,889
1,518
1,544
10,740
29
95
104
5,280
1,097
57
57
30
102
112
6,040
1,338
64
61
32
100
115
6,550
1,375
60
57
29
90
294
6,490
1,512
65
64
30
113
294
9,082
1,934
57
58
Inter-island passenger traffic (Air)
From Mahe to:
Praslin
of whom:
Visitors
Residents
From Mahe to:
Other islands⁽¹⁾
From Praslin to:
Mahe
of whom:
Visitors
Residents
Resident Departure (International)
of whom:
Seychellois
by purpose of visit (Seychellois)
Holiday
Emigration
Education
Other
Number of licensed tourism
establishments
of which:
Large hotels ⁽²⁾
Small hotels/Guest houses
Self catering
Beds available (average)
Bed nights occupied ('000)
Room occupancy rate (%)
Bed occupancy rate (%)
Source: National Bureau of Statistics
⁽¹⁾ Figures include for Bird, Denis, Fregate, Darros, Desroches and other islands
⁽²⁾ With 25 or more rooms
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17. SOCIAL SECURITY
Social Security Expenditure
No. of Beneficiaries
Total amount paid (R Million)
Defined Benefits
No. of Beneficiaries
Retirement
Invalidity
Orphans
Others
Discretionary Payments
No. of Beneficiaries
Unemployment Relief scheme
Youth Training scheme
Home Carers scheme
Bursary
Welfare
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
12,774
255
11,998
541
15,311
470
14,721
435
15,276
467
7,019
1,164
82
1,868
6,951
1,119
60
2,263
6,774
1,186
59
719
6,800
1,071
75
848
6,735
1,140
66
595
20
1
1,265
9
1
1,595
11
0
2,502
2,016
2,044
11
27
1,976
1,617
1,888
8
7
2,593
2,092
2,040
208
32
12
1
201
33
11
1
213
34
8
1
207
32
13
1
238
39
15
1
2
2
3
2
3
Amount paid (R Million)
Retirement
Invalidity
Sickness/Maternity
Orphans
(1)
Others
Source: Agency for Social Protection
(1)
Includes survivors, funeral and injury benefits
33
18. CRIME, JUSTICE & SECURITY
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
Recorded crime cases (1)
Crime cases received (2)
6,704
2,086
8,042
2,182
10,168
2,385
15,900
2,436
22,262
2,419
Cases dealt with
of which by:
Supreme Court
Magistrate Court
5,234
4,948
4,920
4,623
2,554
2,305
2,919
2,071
2,879
1,933
2,870
1,894
2,729
1,380
1,174
Criminal cases completed judgement:
of which by:
Supreme Court
Magistrate Court
2,456
2,532
2,552
2,593
2,295
896
1,560
940
1,592
735
1,817
825
1,768
732
1,563
Outstanding cases at year-end
of which by:
Supreme Court
Magistrate Court
2,768
2,418
2,251
2,030
2,442
1,409
1,359
1,131
1,287
1,198
1,053
1,069
961
1,357
1,085
Domestic Violence (3) (registered cases)
472
589
670
617
594
Children Act Cases
of which:
Access order granted
Maintenance order granted
Care order granted
522
512
544
553
460
220
260
42
201
291
20
181
337
26
153
398
2
129
324
7
133
282
134
341
148
396
120
572
152
613
Prisoners (4) of which:
Remanded
Convicted
Source: Seychelles Police, Magistrate & Supreme Courts, Family Tribunal and Montagne Posée Prison
Notes: Data Sources
(1) Police (includes Road Traffic Accident cases as from 2012)
(2) Magistrate & Supreme Courts
(3) Family Tribunal
(4) Montagne Posée Prison
34
THANK YOU
The National Bureau of Statistics would like to
thank all organisations in the Government,
Parastatal and Private sectors for their inputs into
the compilation of this booklet.
The Bureau counts on your continued support for
the compilation of future editions of this booklet
and other statistical publications.
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