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Instability is slowing down
development in the region
Sustainable and equitable management of the Lake Chad waters and other transboundary water resources of the Lake Chad Basin Over 10 million people are
affected and need
humanitarian support
Promotion of integration, and preservation of peace and security peace in the Conventional Basin Stabilizing Communities
in Lake Chad Basin

LAKE CHAD BASIN COMMISSION

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Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC) was established on 22 May 1964 by the four countries
bordering Lake Chad: Cameroon, Niger, Nigeria and Chad. The Central African Republic joined the
organization in 1996 and Libya was admitted in 2008. The LCBC has its headquarters in N’Djamena, the capital of Chad.

The Commission is mandated, with the management of the Lake Chad and its shared water resources, preservation of the ecosystems and promotion of regional integration, peace, security and development in the Lake Chad Region.

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Lake Chad Basin

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