Lake Chad Basin Commission

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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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"We believe this region could support an LCBC location of 2,000 or more people and it's our goal to have it fully renovated for occupancy by mid-2020," the church statement reads.
In his address to the August gathering, Nigeria's Minister of Water Resources, Suleiman Hussein Adamu (who also serves as the chair of the council of ministers of LCBC member states) observed that "in order to ensure coordination and harmonization of aid, with the clear aim of reconciling successful military operations with increasing civilian interventions, the need for a holistic regional strategic approach in the Lake Chad region has proved crucial in highlighting the mandate of LCBC and [MNJTF]."
President Buhari, however, made it clear that the efforts of the member countries of the LCBC would be more productive with international support.
UNESCO's Director General, Audrey Azoulay, represented by her deputy, Getachew Engida, reiterated that the organisation would continue to provide support and assistance to the efforts by LCBC members.
* Strengthen cooperation among member states of the Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC)
The plan reflects the LCBC and countries' shared belief in a need to support the existing capacities of the lake's communities to adapt to and thrive in the highly-variable environment.
Kazma said that the first outcome of LCBC's efforts consisted of a conference that would be held on Oct.
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The president, who hosted the Extra-Ordinary Summit of the Heads of State and Government of the LCBC in Abuja on Saturday, recalled that the recent Summit of the leaders in N'Djamena, Chad, was imperative because of the need to overhaul the current strategy and concept of operations in the fight against the Boko Haram terrorists.
While in Chad, he will meet with Chadian President Idriss Deby Itno, Prime Minister Kalzeube Payimi Deubet, members of the Chadian Government, members of the committee of Technical and Financial Partners, and the leaders of the Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC), which is headquartered in N'Djamena.
The LCBC, an organization affiliated with the Beirut Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture, was established in May with the aim of promoting Lebanese investment in Cuba.