Mar 18, 2021

Planting trees new report

Photo taken on the field
Photo taken on the field
  • As we have reported last time, planting trees is our pansion, in order to protect the future of our planet.
  • Rwanda has released the restrictions between provinces and districts, today no lockdown in Rwanda. 
  • Today we have started the exercise to take Google Plus code and we will continue this tomorrow.
  • We have also got the opportunity to visit other initiative of the company planting trees, however, they sell them and the population are unable to buy them due to financial problems, the photo attached here! Let’s together protect our planet.
  • Even a small donation could make a difference. 
Mar 13, 2021

Support people with disabilities


Rwandan Youth Development and voluntary organization (RWAYDAVO)
is local non-governmental, non-profit, community-based organization whose main goals is health empowerment and promoting sustainable development through public health service delivery and community social developmental activities.
These goals are achieved through projects focusing on improving the health and the standard of living in underprivileged urban and rural communities, primarily in Rwanda.
When we started this project we were planning to provide urgent support, “a wheelchair to persons with disabilities" however, we found other urgent problems including extreme poverty, poor hygiene, no clothes, toilets with no Ventilation. Your support could help us to support them, even a small donation could make a difference.
Rwandan Youth Development and voluntary organization would like to take this opportunity to thank you, without your support, we can't achieve our goals.

Mar 11, 2021

Planting Trees Report 1


Since January, 2021, COVID-19 cases increased dramatically and Rwandan government forced to take drastic decisions including total lockdown and travel restrictions.  

We have planned for planting 20,000 trees, but at this moment we still have travel restrictions/partial lockdown in place in the country which does not allow travel across districts and to perform field activities, so we are not able to do anything, and on March 15th 2021, the government is reviewing the lockdown, and we will have more information by then. 

Based on the available Data, showing that from 1st February 2021, COVID-19 cases have been decreased dramatically in Rwanda, and as Rwanda has received covid-19 vaccine on 3 March 2021 — the first shipment of COVID-19 vaccines through the COVAX initiative and started vaccination from the risk groups, including health personnel, those above 65 years old or with underlying health conditions, and other frontline workers. There is hope that, travel restrictions will be removed on 15th March and we will be starting our planting trees project by then. 

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