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 What is LTBP?
Overview
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 Features:
Calendar
Photo Gallery
Publications
 Programmes:
Biodiversity
Environmental Edu.
Fishing Practices
Geogr. Info. Syst.
Pollution
Sedimentation
Socio-economics
Training
 Processes:
Legal Convention
Strat. Action Prog.
 Management:
Reg. Co-ordination
 Projects:
Nyanza Course
Uvira Renovations
World Environ. Day
 Administration:
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The Lake Tanganyika Biodiversity Project was funded by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Global Environmental Facility (GEF) and executed by the United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS). The first phase of the project (1995 - 2000) was implemented by the Natural Resources Institute (NRI), Marine Resources Assessment Group (MRAG), and the Institute for Freshwater Ecology (IFE) in conjunction with the governments of Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, Tanzania, and Zambia.

Site Editors : Project Co-ordination Unit
Site Content : Members of the Lake Tanganyika Biodiversity Project
Web site and CD-ROM development : Jerod Clabaugh [email]
Translations : Pierre-Claver Nzimpora [email]

1998 - 2002 Lake Tanganyika Biodiversity Project (UNDP/GEF/RAF/92/G32)

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© 2002 - Robert H. Lindley - Photo of sailing pirogue (Zambia) & all FPSS images. Thumbnail images generated by PhotoPage 1.1 - © 2002 - John A. Vink

This web site is being generously hosted by the Centre for Development Areas Research at Royal Holloway - Univ. of London, U.K.

The web site was generously hosted during 1998-2000 by the Natural Resources Institute, Univ. of Greenwich, U.K.
 
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