Celestin BANAMWANA is an environmental scientist and has a master’s Degree in Biodiversity Conservation Sciences from National University of Rwanda with background studies in Bachelor’s of Biotechnology Sciences and Advanced Diploma in Biomedical Laboratory Sciences. He started working at National University of Rwanda from 2007 as an assistant Laboratory researcher in water and food stuffs until 2014. He attended different trainings in country and in abroad on traditional medicine plants and on ISO 17025 ‘Good laboratory practice’ abroad in Liege and Leuven Universities, Belgium and Tanzania. He is a lecturer in Environmental Health Sciences in University of Rwanda from 2014 and he is PhD fellow CARTA cohort 7 and is enrolled in University of Dar El Salaam (UDSM) and conducting a research on the Use of EcoSan towards sustainable agro -economics in Rwanda. He is interested in Ecology, environment and health related issues such as water quality, water born diseases, air pollution, aquatic and terrestrial ecosystems conservation, climate change, Eco-toxicology and natural resource management.