GVI is a community outreach and conservation focussed social enterprise, which has been running volunteer programs since 1998. We aim to facilitate participants’ development into global citizens in an effort to build a global network of people united by their passion to make a positive long-term impact.
GVI has been operating in Seychelles since 2004 collecting data and conducting research in collaboration with the Seychelles National Parks Authority, University of Seychelles and multiple other partners. Our research portfolio is diverse and includes coral reef monitoring, hawksbill turtle nesting surveys, beach profiling, invasive species eradication, Coco de Mer growth surveys, BRUVs, giant tortoise census, lemon shark research and wetland biodiversity surveys to name a few. Over the years, GVI Seychelles has published its research in scientific journals, presented findings at international conferences and contributed to the GCRMN Status of the reefs reports.
For more information about GVI, visit our website – https://www.gvi.co.uk/ or follow us on Facebook.