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The Lake Chad Basin Commission,
Place de la Grande Armée,
P. O. box 727,
N'Djamena, Chad

Phone: +235 22 52 41 45 / +235 22 52 40 29,
Fax: +235 22 52 41 37,
info@cblt.org

Knowledge Platforms

The KMP provides the most current critical knowledge and information on the Lake Chad Basin Region’s ecosystem and related resources to make better decisions.
LCBC has generated transparent, unbiased and credible knowledge and information, which is available to all and increasingly shared through web based platforms namely; the Lake Chad Information System, Physical and eLibraries, LCBC website, Transboudary Diagnotic Analysis TDA, the State of the Lake Chad Ecosytem Report SOB, Annual Monitoring Report ARM, LCBC eLearning platforms.

Using the Information Hub enables you to:

  • Enhance understanding of the fragile ecosystem of the Lake Chad Basin.
  • Keep your information current and accurate.
  • Strengthen dialogue on the Lake Chad Regional.
  • Access reliable monitoring data from hydrological and meteorological stations.
  • Share experience in Integrated Water Resources Management in the Lake Chad Basin.

Lake Chad Basin Information System (LIS)

The LIS is an online information system providing the Lake Chad Basin Commission with current and relevant spatial and non-spatial data and information for integrated water resource management (IWRM) in the Lake Chad Basin.

eLibrary

The LIS is an online information system providing the Lake Chad Basin Commission with current and relevant spatial and non-spatial data and information for integrated water resource management (IWRM) in the Lake Chad Basin.

eLearning

The Lake Chad Basin Commission eLearning utilizing electronic technologies to deliver educational materials for learning and knowledge on the the Lake Chad region.

State of the Basin Report

This reports provides precise, reliable and up-todate information on the terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems and socioeconomic aspects of the Lake Chad basin. It is addressed to political decision makers in the member states of the LCBC, development partners and to the general public