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Hometown:
kigali
Homecountry
Rwanda
Age
April 16, 1986
About Me:
current student of the National University of Rwanda
2009-2012: in biology department
l am very interested in conservation of biodiversity
My Organisation / Group
Rwanda University Club for Conservation of Biodiversity (RUCCB)
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http://www.nur.ac.rw
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l am very interested in conservation of biodiversity.

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At 4:05pm on April 18, 2013, Mr Vincent Atta said…

Good Day,
 
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Have a nice day

Thanks God bless.

Mr Vincent.

At 7:54am on June 17, 2010, Ray Schrire said…
Wow Pater! That's amazing stuff. You know, I come from Israel and it is amazing how much things seem the same (we are also busy in war for more then 6 decades, and the environment as well as the people are paying for this a terrible price). We are all the time trying to understand how is it possible to develop the land (like you said this means in many times more roads and bigger cities) but still save what is left from the beautiful nature. Our main problem is the government and not so much the people (maybe the government is also a problem of the people...:) and mainly we are trying all the time to connect the people with their environment- that maybe people will care from the nature and from their surrounding and help to protect it. If you are interested I can send you a bit of ideas of projects we are doing and maybe it can also be ideas for stuff you can try in Rwanda... Thanks for answering!
At 7:47am on June 10, 2010, Ray Schrire said…
Good morning! I had another question, How do you educate for Biodiversity? What are the main dangers for the amazing biodiversity of Rwanda? The people or the government? In Israel our biggest problem is that we have to little place so the government are building roads and houses every where so there is little place for animal and plant species, it is very sad but also to some extend needed.
Are they also local projects to educate for Biodiversity? How do you do it? I have read that Rwanda has really developed in the last years, is this good for the environment? (more development= more tourism, more reserves, better education) or is this in fact bad? (more development= more roads bigger cites..)
good to hear from you, have a good day in the University.
Ray
At 7:34am on June 10, 2010, Mika Huettner said…
Hey,
your work sounds very interesting. You might want to get in contact with Lwanga from Uganda, he has similar interests: http://eurotope.ning.com/profile/LwangaSaidi
And I am convinced both of you could initialize great projects together.
Best regards from Germany
Mika
At 10:01am on June 8, 2010, Ray Schrire said…
Hallo Peter, of course I know Rwanda, I was in traveling for 4 months in Ethiopia and every one said that Rwanda is the best country in the area, I really hope to visit there for a few month next year!
I come from Jerusalem Israel (a small country in the middle east that is sadly to busy with making war..) but I live now in Berlin Germany for a year and work in a Ecological Organization called NAJU. We try to educate young people (6 years to 27) to be more involved in Nature, Ecology and Conservation. I think that here in Europe they are trying to protect the nature in Africa because they have already almost totally described the nature here in the history...;) in Rwanda is there a lot of NGO? Are they doing a good work? In Ethiopia I always felt that foreign NGO cause more problems then help..
Hope to hear from you soon.
At 11:36am on June 4, 2010, Ray Schrire said…
Welcome! Wow university of Rwanda! What exactly are you interested in studding?
We were born almost in the same date ;)
 
 
 

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