In Rwanda, art for conservation is an increasing modern phenomena, especially in young children to inspire their talents such as drawings, painting and decoration among others. Today almost all countries are developing art conservation of their heritage as the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) encourages schools the young to improve their talents.
This program will work hand in hand with students from the local community to help them showcase their talents in arts and at the same time engag them in conservation and cultural heritage efforts through art work done by them. The program will improve children’s talents in the different fields like drawings, painting and decoration arts.
The program will encourage school children best practices in tourism and conservation because they are the future conservationists,and there’s a need to deeply widen their knowledge and skills to improve their social and economic life. In addition the children will be able to buy books, school uniforms plus other scholastic materials.