Cassava crop is one of the top sources of wealth for both Rwandans and foreigners, with research showing that it is one of the top five consumable crops for Rwandans. However, although it is clearly understandable that it has a large consumers, its production does not reach the level of satisfying at least all Rwandans.

Beekeeping in Rwanda, has been one of the longest-running professions for centuries. Only as the years go by, the beekeepers do not hesitate to raise their voices, saying that the profession takes a big toll on the country, but many do not care about it, yet if it continues like this, would lead to the extinction of bees, thus having a serious impact on agriculture.

Most of farmers in Rwanda are suffering heavy losses, after their crops were severely damaged by heavy rains, which devastated agriculture in Rwanda, especially in May 2020. So far, Rwanda Agriculture and Animal Resources Development Board (RAB), states that at least six thousand hectares (6,000 Ha) of various crops which were ready to be harvested, were severely damaged by these disasters.