Gerard Ndayishimiye is a Rwandan, studying agricultural science and natural resource management at EARTH University in Costa Rica, expected to have his first undergraduate bachelor’s degree in December 2017. From September to December of 2016, he worked with the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) as an intern in Tanzania. He is a founder of the debate group that collaborates with the university to solve students’ problems through constructive discussion at EARTH University. He is a Resolution Project social venture challenge winner as of June 2017 as the co-founder of the Rwanda Youth Initiative for Agricultural Transformation (RYIAT). His interests are in agriculture. He believes that the development of low developed countries depends on the smart use of natural resources management and improved agriculture. If there is more emphasis on agriculture and good use of natural resources in a country, then there will be progress in development and all goals that may be targeted will be achieved.