SDG: SDG 5 Gender Equality
Posted Date : 28th April, 2022
Musanze district is the hub of Rwanda’s tourism industry and a source of many adventures. It has a long list of adventure activities on offer. However, when the spotlight is put on adventure, most people will immediately think of the mountain gorillas – This would be right since the primates have positioned themselves as Rwanda’s flagship […]
Posted Date : 26th April, 2022
RED ROCKS INITIATIVES FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT  runs a  Conservation and Community-based Ecotourism, it came to existence after the idea which came from RED ROCKS RWANDA, an Ecotourism company and a social enterprise is all about the community, the wildlife, tourism & travel thus promoting sustainable tourism through community and cultural programs. We bring under-served communities into […]
Posted Date : 19th August, 2021
Pro-Women – Up-skilling Itineraries for Women as New Cultural Promoters to Enhance Territorial Heritage is an Erasmus+ KA2 project that wants to promote equal opportunities and social-labour inclusion of the low-skilled and unemployed women by providing intervention tools for training and empowerment. The target group has undertaken a participative learning path to strengthen their competencies […]
Posted Date : 18th August, 2021
This Handbook was developed in the context of the Erasmus+ project Pro-Women – Up-skilling Itineraries for Women as New Cultural Promoters to Enhance Territorial Heritage (www.prowomen-project.eu). It aims at helping professionals (educators, trainers) working with women in a vulnerable situation to develop learning activities and make their up-skilling and to promote their employability in the […]
Posted Date : 14th April, 2021
Greener Act is the first ever App, which allows travellers to make positive changes by engaging in community projects and to support local causes, in order to create a more sustainable world. Our mission is to improve the livelihood of local communities and protect the natural environment, while contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals of […]
Posted Date : 29th March, 2021
“I felt self-confident as I had obtained substantial resources [knowledge] for myself. If I were to identify one lesson from the training that helped me achieve my development, it would be those hospitality knowledge and communication skills. For me, the hospitality training is a very beneficial project for Kampot [province], because it has provided both […]
Posted Date : 25th March, 2021
The Project will improve the living conditions of indigenous men and women between the ages of 15 and 35 years, so that they can increase their income and improve their capabilities as well as improving the current conditions for autonomous decision-making; gaining access to professional technical education and market insertion opportunities; it will also the […]
Posted Date : 22nd March, 2021
River Mukungwa Adventures- The source of River Mukungwa located in the Northern Province is where the foot adventures begin near the Volcanoes National Park and a true definition of co-existence showing how the people from the nearby areas and nature live in peace and harmony. The calmly surrounding region provides you with a chance to […]
Posted Date : 15th March, 2021
As the world is increasingly aware of the disadvantages of the plastic crisis, we declared to say no to using plastics straw, it is in this regard that we initiated the idea of planting the Lepironia Articulata wild grass to combat the issue, we have come up with new, more sustainable materials to make straws […]
Posted Date : 1st March, 2021
In Kinigi , near the volcanoes national park and in Kigali, we established art galleries as a place for promoting the cultural heritage of Rwanda and disseminate information about the conservation of the great apes found within the great lakes region. The project is aimed at encouraging the local community to tell and sell the […]