Edwin Sabuhoro’s work in conservation being recognized by the Roaring10 Award from Clemson
The Clemson Young Alumni Council presented its Roaring10 award to international conservationist Edwin Sabuhoro, assistant professor in both the Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Management and the African Studies Program.
Sabuhoro has been a leader in community development and conservation in Rwanda and Uganda. He is the founder of the award-winning Gorilla Guardians Village in Rwanda, a community program that protects endangered mountain gorillas and improves the lives of the people who live in the surrounding community by providing significant opportunities for food, education, health, financial resources and security.
Many congratulations, Edwin!