The theme for this year’s ceremony is “Conserving Now & For the Future” in celebration of Rwanda’s wildlife conservation efforts.
Head of the Tourism & Conservation Department, Ambassador Karitanyi commented that “The Kwita Izina ceremony is a demonstration of the commitment to the conservation of Rwanda’s wildlife by the local communities, conservation groups, researchers, rangers and tourists”.
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