Many people in Rwanda are unaware of the diverse
problems facing primates, raising awareness is very important towards inspiring
and empowering local communities to protect our closest relatives from
extinction. The program is to support the students and researchers who want
study primate ecology, demography and social organization.
Not only do our programs educate local community the importance of protecting animals and environment, we do also run community development programs to give the people new opportunities as alternatives to exploiting forests and its resources. Forests like Nyungwe, Akagera, and Volcanoes National Parks are the homes to many wonderful birds, primates, large mammals, reptiles, insects and varieties of plants and to ensure continued water and medicinal plant resources for the local communities. In addition, we encourage students to explore varieties of flora and fauna in the jungle while making their research. Throughout the field study program the students will deeply make observations on primate and ecosystem conservation. This program deals mainly with Schools and High Institutions Learning Worldwide.