On 8 March 2023, the technical team appointed by Enabel, the Belgian engineering consultancy ALMADIUS, presented a diagnosis of the current situation and the scenarios to be envisaged to equip the city with a waste management system and the development of the circular economy (recovery of sorted waste).
The Lake Tanganyika Water Management project, funded by the European Union and implemented by the Belgian Development Agency alongside the Lake Tanganyika Authority, is partnering with Mpulungu Town Council to carry out a solid waste quantification and composition in the city of Mpulungu.
The LATAWAMA project was honored to attend the 2022 World Circular Economy Forum held in Kigali, Rwanda from 06th to 08th December 2022.
In close collaboration with the Lake Tanganyika Authority and Zambian partners, the LATAWAMA project invited its technical partners from the 4 countries bordering Lake Tanganyika to an evaluation and foresight workshop in Lusaka, Zambia. The workshop was held in November and hosted members of the management committees alongside different partners involved in implementing the project’s … Continue reading The LATAWAMA project consults with its partners and the LTA on the achievements and perspectives of a second phase of the project
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.