• Organization TypeGovernment, Association
  • HeadquartersChad
  • Founded1964

Lake Chad Basin Commission (CBLT)

The Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC) was established on May 22, 1964, by four countries bordering Lake Chad: Cameroon, Niger, Nigeria and Chad. But the number of member countries has increased to six since the accession of the Central African Republic in 1996 and Libya in 2008. Sudan, Egypt, Republic of Congo and DR Congo are observer members. The headquarters of the Organization are in N'Djamena, Republic of Chad. The mandate of the LCBC is the sustainable and equitable management of Lake Chad and other shared water resources of the eponymous basin, the preservation of the ecosystems of the Conventional Lake Basin. Chad, the promotion of integration and the preservation of trans-boundary peace and security in the Lake Chad Basin. the LCBC is a member organization of the African Network of Basin Organizations (ANBO) and the International Network of Basin Organizations (INBO). The Commission is financed by the contributions of the Member States, but independent funding is under way.
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  • Rehabilitation and Resilience Program of the Socio-Ecological Systems of the Lake Chad Basin...

Company Offices

  • Chad (headquarters)
  • NDjamena
  • Place de la Grande Armée, PO Box 727