The city of Bujumbura hosted on December 08, 2022, the tenth conference of ministers of the Lake Tanganyika Authority. The contribution of the Lake Tanganyika Water Management Project “LATAWAMA”, which is jointly implemented by the Belgian Development Agency Enabel and the Lake Tanganyika Authority, and funded by the European Union, is recognized by most stakeholders.
Start of the water quality monitoring of Lake Tanganyika by Enabel’s LATAWAMA Project in Burundi, in support of the water analysis laboratory of Obpe Burundi
A delegation from the Burundian Office of Urban Planning, Housing and Construction “OBUHA”, and of the LATAWAMA project of Enabel, have carried out, October 2022, a study trip in Belgium under the theme of urban wastewater management.
Under the patronage of the EU and in the framework of the EU/GIZ Project Closing Workshop, ALT and ABAKIR signed a Letter of Understanding (LoU) on 30 September 2022 in Rubavu, Rwanda, which defines the areas of cooperation and responsibilities of the parties.
he Lake Tanganyika Water Management project is partnering with the Legal Unit of the Municipality of Kigoma/Ujiji (Tanzania) to review the solid waste municipal by-laws.