I want to contribute to improving the well-being of poor and vulnerable communities so that they should live in harmony with nature and coexist without compromising the well being of future generations.
Prudence Ndabasanze is from Kigali, Rwanda. He holds a bachelor’s degree in biology and conservation and is currently completing his Master of Science in geo-information in environment and sustainable development at the University of Rwanda. Upon completion of his professional development experience in biodiversity conservation and natural resources management, Prudence volunteered with WWF International in Madagascar on climate change adaptation, conservation of mangroves, and sustainable life projects. He undertook short courses in ecotoxicological and climate change adaptation from German and Kenyan universities, respectively. Before joining GHC, Prudence worked for BirdLife International in Rwanda for two years as Regional Project Manager. Prudence is the founder of Nature Rwanda and a 2016 Mandela Washington Fellow alumnus. He spends his free time reading, writing, and cooking.