Institutional solutions to reduce conflict
co-riparian’s of Lake chad must work towards increased coordination between them in order to reduce conflict
potential of scarcity. This might be best achieved through better management institutions or by granting greater
powers to existing ones like the LCBC.
Reducing fragility and increasing
of improving institutional inclusiveness
(governments including communities under them) in water management and other
restoration related processes has been highlighted by many scholars. This in
turn would lead to an improvement in
state capacity creating employment opportunities which are much needed in
the region and strengthen state power and
the government’s ability to secure public
trust. Considering that a large basis of this conflict is formed on the
lack of employment this measure is exceptionally important.