Save Environment Initiative We promote, conserve and
save the environment

About Us

Save Environment Initiative (SEI) is a Non-Governmental Organization initiated in 2019. SEI' overall goal is to enhance ecosystem restoration and build climate resilience directly contributing to sustainable livelihoods development.

We work closely with our local and international partners to carry out friendly environmental activities and provide tree seedlings, quality information and technical advice to local authorities, institutions in order to raise an environmentally conscious society of people working for the healthy planet and sustainable development.


SEI envisions to inform, engage and mobilize young generations to strive for a better Environment.


is to constantly promote, conserve and save the environment involving youth and leave none behind and upholding climate justice for sustainable Environment conservation and development.


1) Planting three million trees by 2030;
2) Creating linkages for youth with different initiatives to build climate resilience;
3) Equipping the next generation with skills in tackling climate change and ecosystem restoration;
4) Enhancing food security through forests and agroforestry tree planting;and
5) Raising awareness on environmental issues through young people;
6) Promoting environmental safety and sustainability for future generations and to mitigate effects of climate change.

Twitter feeds

Today our Executive Director @ConcorKubwimana joined @bralirwaplc on Umuganda.
They planted Textilis and Polymorpha bamboos alongside Rwampala river crossing in Rugunga Wetland.


Uyu munsi @FaustinMUNYAZIK, umuyobozi wungirije wa @REMA_Rwanda yifatanyije n'abakozi ba @bralirwaplc mu muganda wo gutera ibitimu Rugunga muri @CityofKigali ku mugezi uva Rwampara kugera ku muhanda ugera mu kanogo

Ibiti byatewe hagamijwe kubungabunga inkengero z'uwo mugezi


#SoilErosion is the most serious environmental problem in areas of Rwanda.
@GreengoalR offered ~3000 trees of 5 different species planted at #Uwaruraza site
1.Maesa lanceolata
2.Entada abyssinica
3.Albizia adianthifolia
4. Polyscias fulva
5. Erythrina abyssinica

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