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Environment conservation: H.E Paul Kagame and BAL delegates take part

As part of Rwanda’s commitment to sustainable environment protection and conservation, H.E Paul Kagame, the first lady, BAL president and other delegates on May, 27th, 2023 planted trees at Nyandungu Urban Wetland park in Kigali.

Planting trees is an essential action to protecting the environment and fighting against climate change reason the Nyandungu urban wetlands, sited on 12 hectares in Gasabo district-Kigali was set aside by the government of Rwanda to not only attract tourists, but also conserve biodiversity.

During the event, H.E Paul Kagame underlined the importance of preserving wetlands and encouraged participants to take care of the work done.

Accompanied by political leaders like Ujiri Masai of Toronto, Amadou Fall and Raptors of NBA, the initiative symbolizes a collaboration between political and sports leaders to promote sustainable environment responsibility.

Nyandungu Eco park plays a crucial role in preservation of nature as well as contributing to the well being of local communities who enjoy the fresh air from the trees in the valley as well as the beautiful scenery of different bird species.

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