The Lake Tanganyika Authority (LTA) was established by the governments of Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania, and Zambia





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The year 2013 was full of physical achievements on the field. As a matter of fact, during this year, the project went on installing equipment for the improvement of fishery products, construction of landing sites, construction of community infrastructures, Lake Tanganyika watersheds protection, community reforestation activities, supporting the National Institute for Environment and Nature Conservation (INECN) and the General Directorate for Environment and Water (DGREA) for activities regarding rehabilitation of nature reserves along Lake Tanganyika and physical and biological buffer zone delimitation. Further training / sensitization sessions for grassroots socio-professional associations, the Water, Fisheries and Aquaculture Directorate (DEPA) executives and agents and fishing management committee members were organized. The Coordination Team went on developing invitations for bids for the procurement of various equipment items planned by the project. Monitoring of the project activities continued through production of quarterly activity reports. Monitoring was also reinforced by two supervision missions from ADB, on-site Read More
The activities achieved by DRC NCU are presented under the four project components, namely: Component A: Institutional Capacity Building; Component B: Fisheries Management and Environmental Protection; Component C: Rural Infrastructure and Local Development; and Component D: Project Management. The report also presents the progress of the implementation of goods, works and services and their respective modes of acquisition. Read More
PRODAP-Tanzania is co-financed by an ADB loan and a NDF Loan. Planned activities were carried out in the four components, namely institutional capacity building, fisheries development and environment protection, Rural Infrastructure and Local Development and project management. Read More
In Zambia, LTA activities are implemented by the Zambia NCU. This report covers the activities conducted by NCU Zambia from January to December 2013. During the period under review the key activities recorded were: infrastructure developments under LDF, Audit for the 2011 and 2012 financial years, attending the 6th Conference of Ministers meeting and PRODAP close up activities following the decline by the Bank to grant an applied for extension for 18 months. Other activities include meetings PDCC and DDCC, Including Steering committee meetings and monitoring community contributions to infrastructure. It also covers the challenges experienced and recommendations on the way forward. The overall objective of the project was to contribute to poverty reduction in the Lake basin. More specifically, it aimed at improving food security and the living conditions of the population of the Tanganyika basin through proper co-management of the Lake resources. The sector goal of the project Read More



July 20, 2017

8th MC meeting


The 8th Ordinary Meeting of the Lake Tanganyika Authority (LTA) Management Committee was held at…
July 09, 2017

July 25, 2015 : Celebration of the National Day of Lake Tanganyika under the theme…


by Liliane Debege

On July 25, 2015, the Secretariat of the Lake Tanganyika Authority (ALT) partnered with the…















Events LTA



Eng. Jean Marie Nibirantije has an experience in agriculture, livestock and environmental management. He is graduated in Industrial Sciences.…

Mr. Gabriel HAKIZIMANA has extensive experience in environmental research and management. He graduated in Environmental Sciences, and holds a…

Mr. Désiré Kasongo Kibuye holds a BA in Business and Financial Sciences from the University of Lubumbashi in DR…

Ms. NYAKOREMA Beatrice Marwa is the Directorate of Fisheries and Aquaculture of Lake Tanganyika Authority. She serves as the…

Ms. Pascasie Mbarushimana holds a BA in Political Science and International Relations from Université du Lac Tanganyika, Faculty of…

Ms. Alice Christelle Nijimbere studied English and Administration as well as Tourism in Kenya. While working in the tourism…

Ms. Liliane Debege has a degree from the Higher Institute of Commerce at the University of Burundi. Liliane has…

Ms. Marie-Rose Hatungimana holds a B.A. in English Language and Literature from the University of Burundi, Bujumbura supported by…
  • Burundi
  • Tanzania
  • Zambia
  • DR Congo