Rwanda joins the rest of the world in celebrating International Science Day, which is celebrated on November 12 every year. This day is celebrated to show the people of the world the importance of knowledge in human life, to promote peace and prosperity, and to call for it in the face of various challenges facing the world, especially climate change. In today’s world threatened by climate change, extreme heat, incessant rains or torrential downpours, bridges, fatalities, etc., the community should take advantage of modern advances in an information exchange or prevention and control. problems facing the world. World Science Day is celebrated with the theme: "Building Climate-ready community."
Dr Marie Christine Gasingirwa, Head of Science at the General Council of Education and Chairperson of the General Assembly of the National Commission for Cooperation with UNESCO, called on all people, young and old, disabled and uneducated to join the war. Climate change is unattainable if you are left behind. Dr Gasingirwa said: The problem of climate change is for all of us, and researchers are helping us figure out what to do to protect the world we live in, avoiding the dangers of it. This world is largely driven by human activity that comes from the way we take land, water, and air instead of preserving it. ”
Dr Marie Christine Gasingirwa inaugurates and concludes the conference to mark the International Day of Science 2021
In her message, Dr Marie Christine Gasingirwa called on the participants to use technology to share information, share experience in knowledge and connect energy and ideas.
The meeting was organized by the Ministry of Education in collaboration with Rwanda National Commission for UNESCO, UNESCO, the East African Department, the African Institute for Mathematical Science (AIMS) and Digital Earth Africa. The conference was attended by a variety of researchers, university professors, ministry staff and various young people studying or interested in climate change.
Meeting attended by various people including researchers and youth concerned about climate change
World Science Day was established by the United Nations on November 10, 2001, and began to be celebrated in 2002. In Rwanda, it began to be celebrated in 2009.