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Results and Experiences of the UNDP/GEF Conservation Initiative (RAF/92/G32) in Burundi, D.R. Congo,Tanzania, and Zambia

The project’s ultimate objective was to demonstrate an effective regional approach to control pollution and to prevent the loss of the exceptional diversity of Lake Tanganyika’s international waters. For this purpose, the development objective, which has to be met, is the creation of the capacity in the four participating countries to manage the lake on a regional basis as a sound and sustainable environment.Prepared by Kelly West. 28 February 2001.Lake Tanganyika Biodiversity:Final Summary Report.

398: Pollution Control and Other Measures to Protect Biodiversity of Lake Tanganyika (LTBP)

29 May 2014

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Results and Experiences of the UNDP/GEF Conservation Initiative (RAF/92/G32) in Burundi, D.R. Congo,Tanzania, and Zambia.pdf