Seychelles has appointed Didier Dogley as
Minister for Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine.
Formerly the minister of Environment,
Energy and Climate Change, he was assigned the new portfolio in a
Cabinet reshuffle announced by President Danny Faure on 26 April.
He moved into his new office at Botanical House on Friday, 4 May
Didier Dogley was first
appointed Minister in February 2015, and assigned the Environment,
Energy and Climate Change portfolio.
He had previously held
high level positions in that same ministry including the post of
Director General, Principal Secretary and Special Advisor.
“In a world where
unspoiled natural landscapes and seascapes are becoming a rare
asset, Seychelles still offers a wide array of unique sites with
breathtaking beauty and exceptional experiences,” he said.
“My vision is to use my knowledge and experience in environment
stewardship, coupled with a strong partnership with the trade, to
ensure that Seychelles becomes a model for sustainable tourism to
the world, enriched by the creole culture and the hospitality of
Minister Dogley holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Landscape
Architecture, from the Erfurt University of Applied Science in
Germany and a Masters Degree in Landscape Management from the
University of Reading in the United Kingdom. He also holds a
diploma in Management from the Seychelles Institute of Management.
Minister Didier Dogley is married with three children.