|Alphonse Mwumvaneza||Nsengiyumva Fidel|
|Anaclet Budahera||Patience Dusabimana|
|Bayingana Francis||Twahirwa Eugene|
Fidel was born Kinigi in 1968 and is married with 5 children. Growing up, Fidel has been educated in home schools and is currently pursuing an undergraduate degree in tourism and conservation.
Involvement in Conservation and Tourism
While still in primary school, Fidel worked with Marc Condiotte who inspired him to pursue conservation work. After graduating in 1981, Fidel officially worked with Mr. Condiotte as part of the Projet de gorilla des montagne (mountain gorilla project). In 1996, Fidel joined the park, with the assistance of Jose Kalpers, as a guard. Two years later Fidel became a tracker and in 2002 was promoted to a guide.
Through his work, Fidel has become a responsible family man, acquired land and built a house for his family. He has also built a community bar and plans on building a guest house.
Together with colleagues he habituated Amahoro group, which is now one of the most peaceful and well habituated. He has also invested time learning about the various birds in the park, and is now one of the leading bird guides. Along with his colleagues, and led by Edwin Sabuhoro, Fidel discovered and explored caves in the park and is now qualified to guide visitors on cave exploration. Together with Edwin Sabuhoro, Fidel guided King Mswati III of Swaziland, the First lady Mrs. Janet Kagame, Rwanda 's Prime Minister Bernard Makuza as well as ORTPN Director General Rossette Rugamba.
His message to the world
"If we can protect and conserve our natural resources, heritage, and work together to give it a future, we would not be wrong. Instead we would be assuring a thorough and meaningful way of passing on nature's beauty and natural resources to our children and grand children for a better life."
"With Edwin Sabuhoro's assistance and help, I have managed to acquire a secondary degree. My dream is to continue to learn in an effort to better equip myself to face the daily conservation challenges. I am always looking for a more meaningful way to advance conservation and help my fellow community members to work together in conserving and protecting our wildlife, heritage and the environment as a whole."