The Great Lakes Region

The Greater lakes region is an African zone with a series of lakes constituting the part of the Rift Valley lakes in and around the East African Rift. They include Lake Victoria, the third largest fresh water lake in the world by area, and Lake Tanganyika, the world's second largest lake by volume and depth, the Lake Kivu known for its methane gas.

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The large rift lakes of Africa are the ancient home of great biodiversity; 10 percent of the world's fish species are found there. Lakes Victoria, Tanganyika, and Malawi hold a quarter of the planet's freshwater supply.

Countries in the African Great Lakes region (sometimes also called Greater Lakes region) include Burundi, the Democratic Republic, Congo, Rwanda, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda


The Economic Community of the Great Lakes Countries (ECGLC)

The Economic Community of the Great Lakes Countries (ECGLC) (in French CEPGL - Communauté Économique des Pays des Grand Lacs) is a sub-regional organization with multiple vocation created by the signing of the Agreement of Gisenyi in Rwanda on September 20, 1976, aiming at insuring the safety of member states, at favoring the creation and the development of activities of public interest, at promoting the trades and the traffic of the persons and the possessions, at establishing the cooperation in a narrow way in all the domains of the political, economic and social life.

It has three members: Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo (formerly known as Zaire), and Rwanda. Its purpose is to promote regional economic cooperation and integration.

The CEPGL controls a number of institutions including the EGL (Organization of the ECGLC for the Energy of the Great Lakes Countries)



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