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Teacher in high school
Ministry of education in Rwanda
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Communication, Conservation, Environment, Gender, Innovation, Sustainability
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I am holder of bachelor degree from Kigali Institute of Science and Technology(KIST),I graduated in March ,Presently I am a teacher in Kamonyi district,I am experienced in environmental management and biodiversity

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