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Cameroon confirms intention to accede to the Water Convention


Cameroon shares most of its water resources - such as Lake Chad, the Congo, Sanaga and Niger rivers - with other states. As a result, Cameroon is also heavily involved in several transboundary basin organizations (Lake Chad Basin Commission, International Commission of the Congo-Oubangui-Sangha Basin, Niger Basin Authority) and other regional organizations (Economic Community of Central African States, African Union, African Minister’s Council on Water). In this context, Cameroon recently confirmed its intention to accelerate its accession process to the Water Convention at the national workshop on the Convention held in Yaoundé on 5-6 November 2019, during which the Convention’s obligations, benefits and accession process was discussed with key national stakeholders. More information here..

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