The mission of Nature Rwanda is to contribute to the conservation of biodiversity and ecosystems in a way that fosters a sustainable future and leads to social and economic transformation in communities, while addressing issues that threaten the coexistence of humans and nature.
Nature Rwanda’s vision is to build communities where human beings coexist with nature without compromising the well-being of future generations.
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Wetlands are highly productive and biologically diverse systems that are vital in enhancing water quality, controlling erosion, maintaining stream flows, and sequestering carbon. They are equally relevant due to their importance for biodiversity preservation and their biological services for humankind.
The PAPFor project aimed at tackling the problems of forest degradation through working with rural communities to create awareness on the importance of protecting the forest while at the same time promoting alternative livelihood options.