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International Greens call for democracy and Green action!

International Green delegates from 70 countries met in Dakar, Senegal, 29th March - 1st April, for the first ever Global Green Congress held in Africa (www.dakar2012.org) and tackled issues such as solidarity, democracy, biodiversity, climate change, and the future of the Global Greens parties.

 

This Global Greens gathering was preceded by the 2nd African Greens Congress on 28th and 29th March 2012, which was supported by Green Forum Sweden and the 3rd Global Young Greens Congress, from 27th-29th March 2012.

 

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Global Views on COP26: Why It Matters for Canada, Egypt and Rwanda

With the backdrop of deepening vaccine inequality, climate disasters, and continued efforts to delay real action, COP26 got underway this weekend. This much anticipated United Nations conference has drawn attention not least for its significance in the struggle against climate change but also for mismanagement by the UK, the host of COP26.

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Mass fish deaths expose wanton pollution of the water bodies in Rwanda

Poor handling of garbage, coupled with toxic effluents from industrial, mining and garage activities continue to foment trouble that could ruin lives and marine wildlife in Rwanda’s river if unchecked, a new study revealed.

An assessment report on pollution of the Nile Basin and associated water ecosystem basins in Rwanda singles out household waste as polluting water bodies the most, followed industrial establishments and car garages.

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Ishyaka ryari rigiye gusenyeshwa miliyoni ijana: Intandaro yo kwirukana ‘abagambanyi’ muri Green Party

Mu gitondo cyo kuri uyu wa Mbere tariki 25 Ukwakira 2021, Ishyaka Riharanira Demokarasi no Kurengera Ibidukikije ryatunguranye risohora itangazo ryirukana abarwanashyaka baryo babiri b’Imena bashinjwa ubugambanyi no gushaka gusenya ishyaka ‘baririmo’.

Ntabwo ari ibintu byari biherutse muri iri shyaka rifite ibirango by’icyatsi kibisi, nyuma y’imyaka itatu rije mu mashyaka ya mbere atavuga rumwe n’ubutegetsi yinjiye mu Nteko Ishinga Amategeko, mu matora yabaye mu 2018.

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Party Declaration: Expulsion from the Party of Mr.TUYISHIME Jean Deogratious and Mr.MUTABAZI Ferdinand

The Central Executive Committee of the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda after getting advice from the Party’s Ethics and Disciplinary Committee on matters concerning acts of treachery and misconduct by:  Mr.TUYISHIME Jean Deogratious and Mr.MUTABAZI Ferdinand, whom have been harboring treacherous plans of destroying the party from within  by creating another political party, which they say they have resources and support from people outside the country. They have been mobilizing several party leaders to join them in those acts of treachery.

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Itangazo ry’Ishyaka: Kwirukana mw'Ishyaka Bwana TUYISHIME Jean Deogratious na Bwana MUTABAZI Ferdinand.

Komite Nyobozi Nshingwabikora y’Ishyaka Riharanira Demokarasi no Kurengera Ibidukikije mu Rwanda (DGPR), nyuma yo kugirwa Inama na Komite Nkemurampaka y'Ishyaka, kuwa 24 Ukwakira 2021, kubijyanye ni myitwarire mibi yagiye iranga bamwe mubarwanashyaka bayo bagizwe na Bwana Tuyishime Jean Deogratious na Bwana Mutabazi Ferdinand aho byagaragaye ko bafite imigambi mibisha kandi y’ubugambanyi yo gusenya Ishyaka barisenyera muryo benda gushinga bavuga ko babiterwamo inkunga n’abari hanze y’igihugu, kandi byagaragaye ko bamaze igihe bakangurira bamwe mubayobozi b’Ishyaka gufatanya nabo muri uwo mu

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Nyabarongo River is being wrecked by human, industrial waste, says report

A new research has established that at 47.8 per cent household waste is the leading cause of pollution in Nyabarongo River. Household waste mainly comprised of rubbish, garbage and sewage enter Nyabarongo River through the ravine Nyabugogo swamp that connects to it.  With a length of 351 km, Nyabarongo is Rwanda’s major and longest river. 

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Quality Of Nyabarongo Water Deteriorating – Research

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda has launched research findings that show unusual  high levels of water pollution for the Nile Basin Area in Rwanda, especially in the Nyabarongo and Akagera rivers.

The study unveiled this Sunday, was conducted from April-October 2021 by several scientists headed by Dr. Jean Damascene Gashumba assisted by Jean Marie Vianey Mwiseneza, all from the Party’s Environmental Committee.

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Democratic Green Party Launched Research Findings on Water Pollution for the Nile Basin Area in Rwanda

The Democratic Green Party of Rwanda launched research findings on Water Pollution study on the Nile Basin area in Rwanda-Case study, River Nyabarongo on 16th October 2021. The study was done between April-Otober 2021. It was conducted by several party scientists headed by Dr.Jean Damascene Gashumba who was deputized by the Party’s Environmental Commissioner, Jean Marie Vianey Mwiseneza.

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Green Party yamuritse ibyavuye mu bushakashatsi ku kwandura kw’amazi ya Nyabarongo n’Akagera

Ubushakashatsi bwakozwe n’Ishyaka riharanira Demokarasi no Kurengera Ibidukikije (Democratic Green Party of Rwanda/DGPR) buvuga ko imigezi yisuka muri Nyabarongo/Akagera hamwe n’ikirere cyo muri icyo cyogogo cy’Uruzi rwa Nil bihumanye.

Umushakashatsi Dr Damascene Gashumba, avuga ko imyanda ituruka mu ngo ifite uruhare mu guhumanya amazi n’ikirere ku rugero rungana na 47.8%(akurikije imibare y’abamusubije mu bushakashatsi).

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