Story | 13 Jun, 2023
While the enablers of climate finance are still finding their footing, the financial industry grapples with limited knowledge and information architecture regarding climate change. The emerging frameworks and contextualized approaches, coupled with the sector's immaturity in embracing green…
Blog | 16 Apr, 2023
The Rwanda Wildlife Conservation Association (RWCA) who has been Member of IUCN in Rwanda since 2021, celebrated its 5 years in restoration of habitats in Rwanda.
Blog | 28 Mar, 2023
Every year, Government of Rwanda joins the rest of the world to mark International Day of Forests, Water and Meteo. These three global events are an opportunity to highlight the importance of forests, water, and weather in our daily lives.
Blog | 27 Feb, 2023
Climate change poses a real risk to farmers in the Eastern Province of Rwanda. Farming is highly dependent on weather conditions including temperature, rainfall, wind, pollinators as well as reliable market and many other factors to sustain their crop and livestock production.
Blog | 13 Feb, 2023
Combating the Sebeya river floods that used to wash away people's properties and claim lives in Rubavu, Nyabihu, Rutsiro and Ngororero Districts has been one of the achievements of the Embedding Integrated Water Resources Management in Rwanda (EWMR) project since 2019.
Blog | 13 Jan, 2023
The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment, Rwanda Forestry Authority (RFA), and other partners was awarded by the Board of Director of the Green Climate Fund (GCF) a funding for implementing the “Transforming Eastern Province…
Story | 29 Nov, 2022
Rwanda is the Land of a Thousand Hills, but are these hills still healthy and productive? This is the story of how a small east African country took the unprecedented initiative to restore the functionality of lands that had lost the ability to support people and biodiversity.
Story | 31 Mar, 2020
Rwanda is the Land of a Thousand Hills, but are these hills still healthy and productive? This is the story of how a small east African country took the unprecedented initiative to restore lands that had lost the ability to support people and…