Lake Chad Basin Commission

Lake Chad Basin Commission

An international organization established to protect the environment of Lake Chad. It aims to preserve the basin around Lake Chad, as well as the upper Chari-Logone and Komadugu-Yobe basins. It was established in 1964 and consists of Cameroon, the Central African Republic, Chad, Niger and Nigeria.
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Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is in place between The African Union Commission and Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC), agreeing on the operationalization and sustenance of the Multinational Joint Task Force (MNJTF) established by the LBCB Member States and Benin to neutralize the Boko Haram Islamist group, said the AU.
We commend efforts by the African Union and Lake Chad Basin Commission countries and Benin to stand up the MNJTF.
The Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC) was created in 1964 and is today composed of representatives from Niger, Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad and the Central African Republic.
The Lake Chad Basin Commission has made an appeal for over 8 billion Cefas (approx.
Lead executing agency: Lake Chad Basin Commission (Commission du Bassin du Lac Tchad CBLT)
Title: Sustainable water resources management of the Lake Chad Basin; Module: Organisational advice for the Lake Chad Basin Commission
Founded in 1964, the Lake Chad Basin Commission is charged with overseeing and coordinating water projects and protecting the natural resources.
The efficacy, efficiency and know-how of the Lake Chad Basin Commission have been strengthened for the long term.
Nigeria has now reduced its contribution to the $1 million yearly budget of the Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC) from its earlier allocated contribution of nearly half of the total budget to $400,000, following the accession of Libya in the Regional Parliamentary Committee of the Lake Chad Basin (RPC-LCB) and its reflection in the budget of the commission.