Staff of MINIRENA and its affiliated institutions remembers former MINIRENA staff, victims of the 1944 Genocide against the Tutsi. PDF Print E-mail

10th April 2014- On 9th April 2014, staff of the Ministry of Natural Resources (MINIRENA) and its affiliated institutions (REMA&RNRA) gathered at MINIRENA Headquarters, in a ceremony to remember former MINIRENA staff, victims of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi in Rwanda. Invited in this ceremony were also family members of the remembered staff and representatives of the National Commission for the Fight against Genocide (CNLG), IBUKA (the Genocide survivors’ organization in Rwanda), the Ministry of Sports and Culture (MINISPOC) and the Ministry of Youth and ICT (MYICT).

National Youth Council members trained on Environment and Climate Change mainstreaming. PDF Print E-mail

4th April 2014- Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA) in collaboration with National Youth Council (NYC) organized a two-day training workshop for members of the National Youth Council at District and National level, on mainstreaming Environment, Climate Change and Multilateral Environmental Agreements.

This training which is held in Kigali from 3rd to 4th April is intended to provide the youth with relevant knowledge and information on environmental issues that will help them to respect and preserve the environment.

Stakeholders in the fisheries sector committed to increase the fishing yield without damaging water & fisheries resources PDF Print E-mail

In a workshop organized on 20th March 2014, by Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA) through Lake Victoria Environmental Management Project Phase II (LVEMPII),to share with stakeholders in water and fisheries sectors the status and challenges of the fisheries sector in the shared water bodies; stakeholders in the fisheries sector pledged to increase the fishing yield without damaging water &fisheries resources.

Organized under the theme "Fish Stock Assessment in Rwanda“, this workshop was also meant to discuss with stakeholders about the laws and regulations relating to the fisheries sector, in order to increase their institutional capacity in managing shared water resources.

Ngoma residents trained on community driven development sub-Projects PDF Print E-mail


From 18th to 21st March 2014,REMA through LVEMPII, a project working under REMA, designed to improve collaborative management of trans-boundary natural resources of Lake Victoria Basin and reducing environmental stress in the targeted pollution hotspots and selected degraded sub-catchments in Rwanda; organized a four day training on management of Community Driven Development sub-projects (CDDs),for residents of Jarama Sector inNgoma District. This workshop involved a spectrum of technical trainers from REMA, Rwanda Cooperative Agency (RCA) as well as Ngoma District authorities.

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