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Madisa as a leader in disaster management engages in raising public awareness and education of people living in regions more prone to disastersproject active
Climate early warning system using latest technologies to warn the general public, prevent and prepare against disasters especially in hisk risk disater zonesproject under development
Reducing high levels of C02 is crucial, Madisa is working on encouraging adoption of renewable energy especially in rural areas to reduce deforastationproject in early phase of development
Contributing toward Rwandan SDGS in order to fight against poverty, achieving food security, providing quality education, Sustainable management of water, healthy livesproject active
Clean water as one of the SDGS is also one of the most important, ensuring availability and Sustainable management of water and sanitation for allproject under development
Relief for affected areas takes various forms, from materials to rebuild houses, food and clothing items, seed for replanting crops, replanting trees, rebuilding schools and hosptitals, installing early warning systemsproject ongoing
We need modern early warning systems for climate in place in order to provide disaster prepardness and mitigation.
Stories on our blog keep you update to recent impacts from climate change.
Rubavu District, located in the Western Province of Rwanda, experienced heavy rains, which resulted in flooding along Sebeya River and other areas where people live on steep hills were affected by landslides due to heavy rains
Heavy rain triggered a massive landslide in Rwankuba sector of Karongi district in Western Province, late on Sunday, 06 May, 2018. Dozens of homes were destroyed
Rwanda’s Ministry of Disaster Management (MIDIMAR) said that at least 18 people have died in the last 24 hours (23 to 24 April, 2018) as a result of floods and landslides triggered by heavy rain..