"Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has."
Margaret Mead
cultural anthropologist


As an organization that works closely with local communities, we recognise that sustainable agriculture practices are highly needed. Maintaining biological diversity is critical in this time where the world is experiencing extreme weather and unusual change in agricultural seasons. In the face of climate change, maintaining biological diversity is important to both food production and conserving the ecological foundations.

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Empowering women for sustainable conservation of Akanyaru IBA

The Akanyaru wetlands contribute to community’s well-being of about 100,000 people; the value of this ecosystem derives from the use of its goods and services. They provide unique habitat to threatened species but it was listed as an IBA in danger and remains unprotected ecosystem. We want to disconnect from local communities to Akanyaru IBA for its sustainable conservation.  

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Young people are not aware of the most basic intervention to start acting against major threats that ecosystems face nowadays and that have long-term negative impacts because they are the future generation who will educate those that will take on the world’s heritage in their hands in the future.

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Empowering youth while raising awareness for sustainable conservation of Gishwati KBA in Rwanda

The main goal of this project is to empower youth while raising awareness for sustainable conservation of Gishwati KBA in Rwanda. Nature Rwanda will disseminate conservation education materials in Gishwati-Mukura region and University of Rwanda, Huye campus.   

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About Us

Together we aim at protecting our nature and hand it to the future generations intact and perhaps better