Isidore Ndagijimana was born in 1984 in Rwanda, southern province, is married to Valentine Ingabire and is a father of two children. He is the lecturer and head of department of Nature conservation under which the advanced diploma program in Wildlife and Conservation technologies is offered at Integrated Polytechnic Regional College-Kitabi (IPRC-Kitabi) formely Kitabi College of Conservation and Environmental Management (KCCEM).
He holds a master of Science in Biodiversity conservation and a Bachelor’s degree in Biology from National University of Rwanda currently University of Rwanda.
He has been working as a teacher of Biology, an Academic Staff at University of Gitwe, Protestant institute of Arts and Social Sciences (PIASS), Catholic University of Rwanda (CUR) and Integrated Polytechnic Regional College (IPRC-Kitabi) where he has been delivering courses related to environmental education, biodiversity conservation, climate change, Community conservation, Entomology, Ichthyology, animal behavior, wildlife conflict management, Park planning, Botany, Zoology and Medical entomology. He attended local and international workshops and trainings and he attended a summer school in Germany at the university of Goethe, Frankfurt. Isidore is a conservation biologist and a leader.
He has an experience in coordinating the curriculum revision and curriculum development for Diploma program in wildlife Management and Advanced diploma in Wildlife and conservation technologies. Isidore has organized consultative workshops and training courses and successfully reported different trainings on unarmed ranger combat; Park protection through community awareness and intelligence and Basic ranger skills trainings.