nature Rwanda

Our Program

Nature Rwanda aims to build communities where human beings live in harmony with nature, coexisting without compromising the wellbeing of future generations. In order to achieve this mission, and to contribute to the advancement of sustainable development and biodiversity conservation in Rwanda, our organization has created the following programs:

E-facts

Our Environmental Facts program’s a Television show that aim to showcase all stakeholders’ initiatives, insights and best practices in environment management and biodiversity conservation in Rwanda.
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E-clubs

Our Environmental Club program aims to connect Rwandan youth with nature by increasing their participation and involvement in environmental management and biodiversity.
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E-Mentorship

Our Environmental Mentorship program aims to connect under graduates and fresh graduate students with potential mentors in environmental sector while increasing their knowledge in the field.
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E-Citizens

Our Environmental Citizenship program seeks to empower all Rwandans with skills in biodiversity conservation, environmental stewardship, and climate change adaptation and mitigation.
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“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it's the only thing that ever has”
- Margaret Mead

About us

“Their future lies in our hands”!
Nature Rwanda is youth run led.

Our Target Groups,

60% of Rwanda’s populations are under 25 years old. Sustainable social transformations have to start with our youth. We can engage our youth by creating a platform for discussion, participation, and implementation of best environmental practices in primary, secondary and higher learning institutions. Communities with fewer economic resources will be at the heart of our actions as the vast majority of environmental decisions and nature resources in Rwanda rest in their hands; they interact with nature daily.

  • Our Mission

    To connect young people with nature by promoting environmentally-responsible youth, biodiversity conservation and sustainable development in Rwanda through empowerment and engagement of informed, responsible and participating citizens.

  • Our vision

    A world where human beings will live in harmony with Nature, coexisting without compromising the wellbeing of future generations.

OUR TEAM

The People Behind the Success
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Prudence Ndabasanze

Founder
Prudence holds a bachelor’s degree in Biology and Conservation and is currently completing his master’s in Geo-Information in Environment and Sustainable Development at the University of Rwanda.
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Jean Honoré Ndorimana

Co-founder & Program Manager
Honoré holds a bachelor’s degree in Biology and Conservation. He is a result driven person and He want to change the world; “I like seeing everything living in harmony in the environment”
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Jean Claude Dusabimana

Co-founder & Program Manager
I am a conservation biologist, and an instructional video designer and developer. My working interest is to be a more professional environmental and biodiversity story teller, by providing my intellectual and physical contribution to encourage communities to actively participate in solving environmental problems and make knowledgeable decisions about the biodiversity.
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Solange Uwera

Co-founder & Program Manager
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Kaitlyn Abrams

Communications Coordinator
Kaitlyn holds a Bachelor’s degree in English with an Honors concentration and a minor in Sociology. She is currently pursuing graduate study at the University of Maine, and is the founder and Editor in Chief of Spire: The UMaine Journal of Conservation and Sustainability.
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Didier Habineza

IT Manager
he is a fresh graduate at university of rwanda, in computer science. he is a tech guy and hard working and determined youth with long term goal of mainstreaming the use of technology in remote area of the country
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Christian Shema

IT Officer
he is currerntly completing a bachelor’s of business information and communication technology at mount kenya university, he reflects a varied personality including ambition and thoughtfulness.
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Clementine Musengimana

Accountant
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“Dedicated, well-trained and competent people are pretty much the lowest common denominator to all our conservation successes; the opposite is a common denominator for many conservation failures” Quoting Dr. Andy Mack.

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