The place of human capital and education in the strategic action program for the Lake Chad basin
The purpose of this study is to show that the strategic plan put in place to be met by 2025 aimed at fighting against the drying up of Lake Chad by the Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC) does not take into account human capital, of which the latter needs to achieve the goals it has set for itself. The educational determinants of the strategic action program to save Lake Chad from drying up are insufficient. This research poses the problem of the link between endogenous human capital and the fight against the drying up of Lake Chad. The author suggests that investing in human capital to fight against the drying up of Lake Chad should be considered a top priority.
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