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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This International Conference was designed with a view to finding workable solutions in resuscitating the Lake Chad to the benefit of all member countries of the LCBC and to the ecological balance of a large area of West Africa.
I must however, call on the AUC and the LCBC to faithfully implement these important agreements.
For his part, Economy and Trade Minister Alain Hakim praised LCBC for the effective role it was playing in creating a link between Lebanese and Cuban companies that would reflect positively on Lebanon and its economy.
He added that LCBC has offices in Lebanon aimed at offering free consultancy for any potential investments in Cuba.
The LCBC doesn't expect or want all the projects, but they do want a piece.
Kazma says some 254 business opportunities across Cuba have been outlined in a booklet prepared by the LCBC based on information provided by the Cuban government.
Belal Malas, vice president of the LCBC, says the council is working to actively engage businesses through sustained outreach, regular meetings, active communication platforms and networking forums.
Nigerian funds contributed to the LCBC constitute tax generated from the Commonwealth of the citizens of Nigeria and the House owes a duty to its citizens to ensure that such funds are put to good use in pursuance of section 88(1) (b) (ii) of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria 1999 (as amended)', he added.
This signing ceremony marks a key milestone in enhancing cooperation between the AU and the LCBC for the achievement of the MNJTF mandate.
Welcoming the AU s continued commitment, Executive Secretary of the LCBC, Engineer Abdullahi, assured that the resources pledged for the MNJTF will be efficiently used to expedite the neutralization of the Boko Haram terrorist group.
The project intends to strengthen the LCBC so that it is able to coordinate the exchange of groundwater data between the member states, integrate them in a management system and elaborate water resources strategies of sustainable character.