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Agriculture, Communicating biodiversity, Climate change, Ecosystem services, Education, Endangered species, Forests, Poverty and biodiversity, Protected areas, Taxonomy, Traditional knowledge, Wetlands
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Marc Ndimukaga has five years of nonprofit experience. Most recently, he was an Alcoa Fellow where he was working on non timber wetland products and their sustainable use: case of Rugezi wetland, Rwanda. Previously he was working as a research assistant with the Association pour la Conservation de la Nature au Rwanda, a BirdLife International partner in Rwanda where he played a key role in biodiversity research and community development in different areas of Rwanda. Marc has conducted many sessions voluntarily to promote volunteerism and biodiversity conservation in Rwanda and aims to bring a positive reputation of his country through promoting biodiversity conservation and poverty alleviation in Rwanda. Through these experiences, he has developed managerial and analytical skills, along with strong aptitude for planning, implementing and coordinating various projects. He has broad knowledge of community development and biodiversity conservation in Rwanda. Marc holds a Bachelor’s degree in Zoology from the National University of Rwanda and a postgraduate certificate in Beekeeping for poverty alleviation from Ghent University, Belgium.
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