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Lake Victoria Environmental Management Project (LVEMP II) is an East African Community project under implementation in the five countries that share the Lake Victoria Basin: Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda. LVEMP II compliment and upscale the LVEMP I activities which ended in December 2005

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Vice President: “Join effort to conserve Lake Victoria Basin”

EAC partner states have been urged to join efforts in conserving Lake Victoria Basin which is shared amongst the five partner states.Read more

Picha no: 1382 :Vice President  Hon. Samia Suluhu Hassan( center) listening explanations on water hyacinth control in lake Victoria from Soil and Water Conservation Specialist of LVEMP II Tanzania  Nesphory Subira during Scientific Conference

Vice President Hon. Samia Suluhu Hassan( center) listening explanations on water hyacinth control in lake Victoria from Soil and Water Conservation Specialist of LVEMP II Tanzania Nesphory Subira during Scientific Conference

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Vice President lays a foundation Stone at the rehabilitation of Mwanza City Abattoir

Tanzania Vice President Hon. Samia Hassan Suluhu laid a foundation stone for the rehabilitation of Mwanza City abattoir and construction of artificial wetland at Nyakato on 18th November, 2016.Readmore

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new_hot_e0Regional Commissioner  visits LVEMP II sub-projects

RC looking at the weevils at Katunguru Beach that are used in controlling water hyacinth in the Lake. This is biological control.
RC looking at the weevils at Katunguru Beach that are used in controlling water hyacinth in the Lake. This is biological control.

The Regional Commissioner (RC) of the Mwanza Region, Hon. John Mongella visits Lake Victoria Environmental Management Project, phase two (LVEMP II) to appreciate work done by the project in Mwanza Region.readmore

 

LVEMP II Strengthen Fisheries Department

Ministry of Water and Irrigation through LVEMP II have supported Fisheries Department with four (4) Patrol Boats to be used for patrolling in Lake Victoria so as to ensure sustainable fish resources for domestic and economic use. Red more

 

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