inRES Board gets bigger with two important additions

Dr Paula Kahumbu and Ms. Gogontlejang Phaladi, two important ladies-leaders in Africa regarding issues such as nature, wildlife, poverty, equity and dignity have been welcomed in inRES Board. Given their experience and expertise, they are considered a valuable addition to the Board of the organisation.  Paula Kahumbu is one of Africa’s best-known wildlife conservationists.  She is the CEO […]

1st inRES General Assembly: main decisions taken

Given the Corona virus pandemic, the 1st inRES General Assembly (GA) was held online at 26th of March. The Board members gathered and discussed the association’s main issues in order to make decisions and approve the necessary reports. During the one-hour online meeting, the current status of our project was explained, the planned activities for […]

MAUN SCIENCE PARK: A state-of-the-art project for resilient and sustainable living in Botswana

President Masisi expresses his warmest support to the Maun Science Park, a state-of-the-art project for resilient and sustainable living in Botswana “Botswana is moving from a resource-led to a knowledge based economy. Therefore my government is currently implementing transformative reforms to make our services and products more future ready and thus more competitive in the […]