To most Rwandans, the Volcanoes National Park is evidence of beauty and source of tourism revenues to the national treasury. To the residents of the Kinigi sector, Musanze District—right at the edge of the national park —this park is “everything.”
Down the slopes of the Udzungwa Mountains, Alvinus Linus Ngwale and his colleagues are enthusiastically wading through a river. Each wearing gumboots, they look focused as they fish out small aquatic invertebrates from Mchombe River in Kilombero District.
Africans traveling around the continent is the next big thing. African tourism is also projected to grow by 55 percent over the next ten years.
African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) and the Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (AGRA) have resolved to work together on their shared objectives of improving the socio-economic well-being of Africa and its people.
The Kenya Wildlife Service dog unit has benefited from a Ksh 12.5 million customized canine van from the AWF.
The donation is within the framework of AWF’s long term collaborative relationship with KWS and specifically within the current agreement between the two institutions.