The Lake Kivu and Rusizi River basin is an integral part of the Lake Tanganyika basin. Thus, Burundi, DRC, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Zambia share a common geographic and hydrological unit of global importance in terms of fresh surface water volumes, biodiversity and drinking water resources, fisheries, energy, and transport routes. Two Basin Authorities are active … Continue reading ALT and ABAKIR signed a Letter of Understanding which defines areas of cooperation and responsibilities of the parties.
On Wednesday 3rd August 2021, the Lake Tanganyika Authority and the Inter-Governmental Standing Committee on Shipping signed a Memorandum of Cooperation. The ceremony took place in the premises of Tanganyika Lake Authority with the presence of senior officials of these two institutions.
A team of experts from the Contracting States of the Lake Tanganyika Authority carried out a field mission to Kalemie in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, on the Lukuga River, the outlet of Lake Tanganyika. The objective of the mission was to identify the probable factors of this spectacular rise in the water level of Lake Tanganyika. The conclusions of that field mission were presented on Monday, July 12, 2021, in a workshop organized in Bujumbura
Lake Tanganyika Authority Secretariat is calling for tenders to recruit an external audit firm to carry out a financial audit of its accounts. To this end, it is hereby inviting all interested firms to submit their tenders, in a sealed envelope, in accordance with the conditions described in the terms. Post Views: 0