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11 year Old Niyoyita Hardi to Head Rwanda’s Delegation For the Climate Change Conference

, Hardi with Steven Kinuka CEO Q sourcing and Irutingabo Ange from Rwanda Environment Management Authority.

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11 year old Niyoyita Hardi has been selected to lead a delegation of pupils from  Rwanda’s top primary schools  at the international Children’s Climate change conference in Kampala later this month.

Hardi a P.6 pupil from Mother Mary School emerged the winner  after out beating other contestants from other primary schools  at the event that Held Excela primary school.

Competition” at Excella School  was on Saturday 25th March 2017 with a topic of discussion for the competitors : WHAT ARE THE MAJOR CAUSES CLIMATE CHANGE.

The competition started at 2pm and was a sort of continuation of the  Umuganda spirit with children from different primary schools gathering to share their views and thoughts on the environment and how to stop the climate change threat ,three schools  participated with presenting one competitors  for the competition per school .

The contestants presented to a panel of three Judges who included Little hand Go Green General Manger, Steven Kinuka CEO Q sourcing and Irutingabo Ange from Rwanda Environment Management Authority.

The Winner Hardi was also granted the opportunity to lead a 11 child delegation of pupils from 3 of Rwanda’s top primary schools,  Mother Mary  school , Little Bears Montessori  and Hope Academy .

The Children will be accompanied by patrons from the schools as well as officials from Rwanda’s Little Hands Go Green, REMA, parents and Q sourcing Rwanda.

Rwanda Little Hands Go Green was launched on 4th February 2017 at the Vision 2020 Housing Estate in Gaculiro with over 100 children planting trees within the estate to start their green efforts .It’s upon this background that we carry on sustenance green activities for the project.

 

 

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