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| Mr. John B. W GAKUMBANational Project Coordinator to Nile Basin Discourse Forum in Rwanda
The Nile Basin Discourse Fo- rum in Rwanda Ag. National Project Coordi- nator was in July, 2009 se- lected to repre- sent African Civil Society Organization on the Ob- server Seat of the Clean Technology Fund Trust for Climate In- vestment Fund of the World Bank. Mr. GAKUMBA John B. Walter, through a very tight competition of the famous body emerged best. He will be in charge for representation of the CSOs in Africa to the committee on Energy, Transport, Agriculture and Industrial sectors. Read more
Progress report on the construction of Murehe Primary School.
Cooperation Between NBDF Rwanda and Embassy of Japan in uplifting Education Sector in Rwanda
The Nile Basin Discourse Forum in Rwanda, on 4th March 2014, signed a grant contract with Embassy of Japan of a total amount of 67,791,430FRW as support to a local member ADESEN for construction of a primary school in Murehe Sector of Rwamagana District.
The funds are from the Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security of the Embassy of Japan.
NBDF Rwanda on Climate Change Adaptation
The project seeks to achieve 3 main objectives:
1. To build capacity of Civil society Organizations on climate change adaptation
2. To provide adequate information by producing and disseminating awareness materials on climate change adaptation
3. Document and disseminate best practices of climate change adaptation and vulnerability reduction
It will be implemented during 6 months from September 2009 to February 2010. The main (...)Read more
The Community Based Climate Change Adaptation project is in its final implementation since July, 2013 to November, 2015. The project has directly benefited 2500 local communities through knowledge acquisition through trainings of trainers that benefited 50 community representatives, established kitchen and nutrition gardens for 250 households, 210 solar kits installed in 210 households, hands on training for establishment compost making sites, distribution and installation of 1500 energy saving stoves, distribution of 65 goats, 60,000 ornamental and agro forestry trees grown in 5 nursery beds and planted in settlements, 15 underground rainwater harvesting tanks each with 10 Cubic Meters constructed in 5 settlement areas of vulnerable communities in the Eastern Province of Rwanda.
84 solar equipment distributed by NBDF Rwanda Coordinator supported by EU delegation. More photos
Ambassador Michael RYAN, Head of Delegation of the European Union to Rwanda visited NBDF activities
Community Based Climate Change Adaptation NBDF/EU Program Indicator Toolkit, Rwanda . funded by the European Union
Presentation of Community based climate change adaptation project; NBDF Rwanda. funded by the European Union
Read Community Based Climate Change Adaptation survey report
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