Nature Rwanda is dedicated to the conservation of biodiversity and ecosystems in a way that fosters a sustainable future and leads to social and economic improvements in the communities where we work while addressing issues that threaten co-existence of humans and nature.

In such a way, being part of ConservationNOW will allow Nature Rwanda to learn from other member organizations’ success stories to develop and acquire new concepts, methods and necessary tools for successful conservation through facilitated engagement and interplay of the multiple stakeholders which are participants needed in any effort towards sustainability.

Thus, Nature Rwanda will also use this platform to share with other members key conservation insights and lessons learned in our programmes. Through resources sharing, support and by leveraging collective voice and actions for conservation, together, we will be able to spread optimistic stories and build a strong community of conservationists whose voice will be heard at all levels of our global society.

Nature Rwanda believes that sharing and promoting grant announcements, collaboration on regional programmes and actionable campaigns, and celebrating conservation milestones through the network will shape our experience and help us get global exposure and build partnerships to carry out collaborative conservation activities.


Our special thanks to @UNDP_Rwanda and @GovernanceRw for supporting this project. We also appreciate the support we receive from the local administration @MusanzeDistrict and @Muhozasector

Today we handed over two community water springs to the local community of Kabogobogo and Yorodani villages. It's part of the project entitled " Integrated restoration and management of Mpenge Rivers, for improved biodiversity conservation and natural resource management. https://t.co/p0CrGbMYjq nature_rwanda photo