Groggy on their paws after waking from tranquillisers, lions have returned to Rwanda for the first time since the endangered animal was wiped out following the country’s 1994 genocide.
Rwanda reintroduced lions, flown in from South Africa, to its Akagera National Park this week after the last indigenous animal was spotted in 2006 and plans to add rhinos within a year as it bids t
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A group that runs wildlife parks in Africa plans to move seven lions from South Africa to Rwanda, where conservationists say the lion population was wiped out 15 years ago.
The Ministry of Natural Resources (Minirena) and Ministry of Agriculture have embarked on a joint campaign for forests landscape restoration to ensure sustainable food security.
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Rwandans have been urged to efficiently use natural resources and protect them with eco-friendly activities.
The anti-malnutrition campaign in Rubavu District is bearing fruit, residents said.
Residents in Kicukiro, a suburb of Rwanda's capital Kigali, have hailed the Chinese government for funding the construction of a new road in the area as they suffered poor road conditions for many
Residents of Nyabihu and Musanze districts have expressed optimism after a project designed to mitigate climate change and curb disasters stareted bearing fruit.
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