Projects & Programmes

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Rapid Planning

As a project partner of the Rapid Planning project, RECOR implements various actions to improve schoolyard conditions and environmental sustainability at the Biryogo Primary School in Kigali. Rapid Planning is a project approach conducted by various German universities and institutes

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C3A2

Community Climate Change Adaption Assessment   With support from USAID/East Africa and within the Planning for Resilience in East Africa through Policy, Adaptation, Research and Economic Development (PREPARED) Program and within the cooperation framework with SusWatch Kenya, RECOR, as the

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CBCCA

Community Based Climate Change Adaption Programm   In partnership with NBDF (Nile basin discourse Forum) financed by European Union (EU), RECOR implements the CBCCA (Community Based Climate Change Adaptation Project). It is a strategic two years pilot project in four

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Spatial Thinking for NRM

Promoting spatial thinking in natural resources management through community mapping The Case of urban and rural secondary schools Ended in April 2015.   “Promoting spatial thinking in natural resources management through community mapping: The case of urban and rural secondary

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Farmers of the Future

Empowering girls and boys of Gasabo primary schools for undertaking actions on sustainable development   Ended in July 2014.   In 2014, the Vi_Agroforestry’s Farmers of the Future program (FOF) changed into Youth and Children program under Farmers Organization and

Sisal Planting for Conservation of Akagera National Park and Sustainable livelihoods

Community Conservation of ANP

Sisal Planting for Conservation of Akagera National Park and Sustainable livelihoods.   Ended in March 2014.   The Akagera National Park covers 1,200km² and is located in Eastern Province of Rwanda, against the Tanzanian border. It is situated in 150

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Sustainable Conservation of Akagera National Park

Ended in 2013.   Akagera National Park (ANP) constitutes a very important ecosystem in Rwanda. Due to anthropogenic activities, it has been affected by various changes. Spatial reduction is one of them. ANP always constitutes a so exceptional site made

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Tree planting in Rwanda

People’s perception on success and underlying factors   One set target of Vision 2020 is a 30% forest cover in Rwanda. A package of strategies to reach this goal has been put in place. These include the institution of the