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Partners For Conservation delighted to join other Conservationists for a wildlife expo

Partners For Conservation delighted to join other Conservationists for a wildlife expo

How do pangolin anti-trafficking teams work in the face of a pandemic? What can help an orphaned rhino be successfully rehabilitated back into the wild? Where are conservationists working tirelessly to ensure rare marine mammals like the Irrawaddy dolphin thrive in marine habitats? Why do the world’s leading penguin scientists have hope for the future of these enchanting birds? Besides all of this, animals around the world are threatened by habitat destruction, and a rising demand for wildlife products has…

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Partners For Conservation welcomes two new volunteers

Partners For Conservation welcomes two new volunteers

Partners For Conservation is delighted to welcome two new volunteers on this February 3rd, 20202. Miss Aline Umubyeyi, a Rwandan born and Kiera Mullineux, a Bristish born have joined Partners For Conservation for a three week volunteering period. For us, at PFC, it’s a great new to have such experienced individuals joining us. ” We now have two volunteers with high and different background, and it’s time for us to get maximum profit from them”, insisted Emmanuel BUGINGO, Partners For…

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After three good weeks, It’s time for farewells

After three good weeks, It’s time for farewells

After three weeks with us Mr Benoit Dallemagne, Mrs Marie Nobels and Marcel Wächter, on this January 27th, 2020 they left Partners For Conservation and Rwanda back to their countries. It has been a rich and entertaining three weeks and they left us with great memories that we hope to capatilise on in order to move PFC forward. Once more thank you for choosing us, we expect you to stay in touch and be our ambassadors back home

A LIFETIME EXPERIENCE

A LIFETIME EXPERIENCE

This is the fifth consecutive year that Partners For Conservation offers opportunities to visit Rwanda by promoting Education based tourism through voluntourism, internship and research to help programme beneficiaries find a placement where they can contribute to the saving of threatened biodiversity conservation through socio-economic and education projects. Despite engaging in various partnership with different institutions to promote this opportunity, we however keep noticing that most of the volunteers do join us from online platforms instead.  This is why we…

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Partners For Conservation kicks off 2020 in a style!

Partners For Conservation kicks off 2020 in a style!

This happened exactly when we received for the 1st time three volunteers. Mr Benoit Dallemagne and his wife Mari Nobels from Belgium joined Partners For Conservation for a three weeks volunteering. They arrived on January 5th; 2020, one day after Dr Marcel Wächter, from German had joined us for the same period.  This is the 1st time in our history that we receive three volunteers from different countries at a same period. It is also the 1st time we host…

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Yoshimi Nakamura leaves us..

Yoshimi Nakamura leaves us..

“I learned a lot from you and the community in particular and I know what to share with my colleagues and community, thank you very much,” concluded Yoshimi with her usual smile. “I can’t believe today is my last day here,” stated Yoshimi during the farewell ceremony organised by Partners staff. Indeed, it has been only two weeks but it was enough time for all of us to help each other and to work together towards achieving the organisation’s goals….

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KWITA IZINA: WHERE HISTORY AND TRADITION MEET TO CELEBRATE CONSERVATION

KWITA IZINA: WHERE HISTORY AND TRADITION MEET TO CELEBRATE CONSERVATION

Kwita Izina is a traditional ceremony organised by Rwandans to celebrate and welcome a newborn in a family. This ceremony offers the opportunity for family members, friends and neighbors to give a name to the new family member. They all meet in the family’s home and each give a name of his/her choice. A child can have even more than 1,000 names in a large family of 1,000 members. But, the child will be known only under the names given…

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Yoshimi NAKAMURA JOINS PARTNERS FOR CONSERVATION AS A VOLUNTEER

Yoshimi NAKAMURA JOINS PARTNERS FOR CONSERVATION AS A VOLUNTEER

It’ with immense joy that Partners For Conservation is announcing the arrival of Yoshimi NAKAMURA. Yoshimi Nakamura, is a senior College Student, who flew from far from http://Sōka University in “the Land of the Rising Sun” to the “Great lakes Region” precisely in Rwanda for a two weeks volunteering opportunity. Upon her arrival, she delivered her first impression in an interview with notrebio.org: On the reason why she preferred Partners For Conservation: First of all, while searching for volunteering destination,…

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Meet Anne Marie Buron

Meet Anne Marie Buron

It is with great pleasure that Partners For Conservation announces the arrival of Anne Marie Buron as a volunteer on our team. This very charismatic American, very committed to ending socio-economic injustice, especially famine and poverty, Anne Marie Buron, also has great experience in the management of non-governmental organizations. Her qualifications in environmental studies and anthropology makes her a multi-disciplinary candidate, that everyone would love to have on board. For a quick reminder, Partners For Conservation is involved in four…

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PEACE FUNDS TO PRESERVE THE RWANDAN MOUNTAIN GORILLAS:

PEACE FUNDS TO PRESERVE THE RWANDAN MOUNTAIN GORILLAS:

Partners For Conservation is pleased to announce that So Others Are Protected our USA based partner has won for us a grant from the Davis Foundation for Peace, to support our Public Health Programme through“: Managing Social And Gender Based Violence Through Menstruation Health Management Project.   The project overall objective is to address issues susceptible to hamper peace and stability. This time the project focusses on eradicating menstruation based isolations, stigma and other stereotypes that are affecting women’s socio-economic…

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