While the numbers of international travelers to Visit Rwanda continue to increase, some Rwandans are left out and deprived from experiencing the diversity of Rwanda due to financial constraints,the vulnerable children come among those who do not have the means to explore their own country and hence they stay largely unaware of the natural beauty and diversity their country has to offer. This project will support 150 young vulnerable Rwandan children to go out and explore their country more.
Known as the land of thousand hills, Rwanda is home toan incredible wildlife living throughout its volcanoes, montane, rain-forest and sweeping plains. Travelers come from far and wide to experience this biodiversity. While some Rwandans are left out due to financial constraints. As of now more than 5Millions of vulnerable children/youth often do not have the means to explore their own country and hence they stay largely unaware of the natural beauty and diversity their country has to offer.
EGR aims at enabling 150 children and youngsters, aged between 15 and 18 years, to explore the outstanding natural sites of Rwanda ranging from parks, forests and lakes. The participants will learn about Rwanda's biodiversity giving them a sense of the beauty of their country and hence evoking a feeling of responsibility to safeguard this natural heritage. The participants will keep a diary during their trip and are asked to describe their experiences in story books.
EGR will assist 150 children with economically weak backgrounds aged between 15 and 18 years -students . This would inspire them to understand more and write the story books about touristic sites and know opportunities under that industry. This will not only provide business opportunities through writings but also employments later. through this project we shall develop a sense of restoring and protecting the natures through 150 agent of change who will have gone through this project