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Kayonza: Akagera Park fencing activities almost done

Kayonza: Akagera Park fencing activities almost done

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Akagera National park fencing will be over before March 2013, Jean Bosco Rutayisire; Director of TNH-EME (that is fencing Akagera national park) has said. Fencing Akagera Park kicked off in May 2012 expecting to it to last in 9 months time in January 2013. Out of 110 kilometers, only 81 have been fenced but the

Kayonza: Residents promised compensation over destroyed property

Kayonza: Residents promised compensation over destroyed property

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Guarantee fund officials have asked residents of Ndego sector in Kayonza district to write a letter demanding compensation over their property destroyed by animals in Akagera National Park. The officials revealed this during the meeting that gathered residents of Ndego sector and Akagera park administration on November 20th 2012. Guarantee fund is subsidiary of Rwanda

Fencing Akagera National Park to Cost Billions of Rwandan francs

Fencing Akagera National Park to Cost Billions of Rwandan francs

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The management of Rwanda Development Board (RDB) said that in the 3 months the act of fencing the Akagera National Park will be finished and will cost more than Rwf2 Billion. An agreement to Fence the Akagera park was set upon as a solution to the problems of animals especially buffalos, elephants, hippopotamus that would

RDB to Permit People Own Wild Animal Zoos

RDB to Permit People Own Wild Animal Zoos

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After fencing the Akagera National Park, for the first time in Rwanda the Rwanda Development Board (RDB) will accept for the people who want to keep wild animals and to bring animals that were rare in Rwandan national parks. The fact that Akagera National Park is small compared to the animals that live in it

Minister of Trade to Settle Wrangles between Residents and Akagera Park

Minister of Trade to Settle Wrangles between Residents and Akagera Park

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In a meeting with local leaders in sectors neighbouring the Akagera National Park, Francois Kanimba, Trade and Industry Minister said the government has adopted a policy that is going to put an end on conflicts between the Park and people whose crops were destroyed by wild animals. During the discussions, Minister Kanimba said that the