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VIDEO: Restoring Rwanda’s Sebeya catchment for people and nature

Such projects are largely environmentally friendly but also improve the well-being of the community. The Photo shows area in Sebeya Catchment

The Rwanda Government through the Rwanda Water Resources Board in partnership with IUCN and consortium partners are implementing the “Embedding Integrated Water Resources Management in Rwanda Project”.

The project is funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of The Netherlands in Rwanda and implemented in the western part of Rwanda in Rutsiro, Nyabihu, Rubavu and Ngororero Districts.

The goal of the project is to improve catchment management, contributing to increased resilience of communities and landscapes to the impacts of climate change and other drivers.

Working with local communities to restore their degraded lands and enhance natural resource management, the project generates direct benefits for people and nature.

Watch this video to learn more:


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