ASP’s Praslin office moves to Grand Anse
Minister Ferrari and CEO Morin cutting the ribbon to officially open the ASP office at Grand Anse, Praslin (Photos by Romano Laurence)

ASP’s Praslin Office Relocates to Grand Anse: A Strategic Move Toward Enhanced Government Services

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ASP’s Praslin office has recently relocated to Grand Anse, marking an important step in enhancing to government services for the residents of Praslin. The official opening of the new office was graced by Designated Minister Jean François Ferrari and ASP’s CEO Brenda Morin, emphasizing the agency’s commitment to empowering individuals to improve their circumstances.

Minister Ferrari highlighted the role of ASP as a temporary support system for those facing financial challenges, encouraging the youth to strive for self-improvement and economic contribution. CEO Morin stressed the importance of strategic service locations and high standards to better serve customers, reflecting ASP’s dedication to customer empowerment.

The new office at Grand Anse offers a more comfortable and convenient environment for guests, aligning with ASP’s 2021 standard operating procedures to ensure equal and just service delivery. The relocation is part of the government’s initiative to consolidate services in one building, enhancing transparency and efficiency.

During the opening ceremony, students, including the Speaker of the Seychelles National Youth Assembly, engaged in interactive discussions to learn more about ASP’s services and functions. This knowledge-sharing session aimed to empower the youth to advocate for social assistance programs within their communities.

The ASP’s mandate focuses on providing comprehensive social security services and social relief to vulnerable individuals in Seychelles. The new office features various facilities to cater to the needs of both Praslin and La Digue communities, under the leadership of Marlene Folette.

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