Lake Tanganyika love

Lake Tanganyika

Definitions

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  • n. the longest lake in the world in central Africa between Tanzania and Congo in the Great Rift Valley

Etymologies

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Examples

  • Lake Tanganyika, which is part of the Congo River basin, is shared with Burundi, Democratic Republic of Congo, and Zambia.

    Water profile of Tanzania

  • And it was when I flew over the whole area about 16 years ago, and realized that outside the park, this forest, which in 1960 had stretched almost unbroken along the eastern shore of Lake Tanganyika, which is where the tiny, 30-square-mile Gombe National Park lies, that a question came to my mind -- "How can we even try to save these famous chimpanzees when the people living around the National Park are struggling to survive?"

    Jane Goodall helps humans and animals live together

  • Prime Minister Mizengo Kayanza Pinda says the government is focusing on improving production in a corridor that stretches from Lake Tanganyika and Lake Nyasa in the west through the center of the country to Dar es Salaam.

    Clinton: US Boosting Funds to Improve Nutrition in Tanzania

  • Nevertheless they set out in the summer of 1857 and reached Lake Tanganyika eight months later.

    To the Source

  • For example, Dr. Amy Lehman saw a need for a ship based medical clinic to reach people living around Lake Tanganyika in Africa.

    Stephenie Foster: Hearts on Fire: Lighting the Spark for Social Change

  • The accident occurred late Friday near the village of Sange, on the northern tip of Lake Tanganyika, near the Burundi border.

    Digest

  • (Soundbite of water flowing) QUIST-ARCTON: Present-day Kisangani used to be colonial Stanleyville, named after the American journalist and adventurer who, along with Livingstone, earned fame by finding the source of the Congo River near the shores of Lake Tanganyika.

    Congo River Pulses Life Into African Nation

  • (Soundbite of water flowing) QUIST-ARCTON: Present-day Kisangani used to be colonial Stanleyville, named after the American journalist and adventurer who, along with Livingstone, earned fame by finding the source of the Congo River, near the shores of Lake Tanganyika.

    Congo River Pulses Life Into African Nation

  • Dr. Goodall with her husband Hugo van Lawick and their son, 'Grub,' on the shores of Lake Tanganyika.

    A Journey Through the Jungle

  • I can so well recall the sense of unreality I felt as we chugged northward up Lake Tanganyika toward Gombe, passing the densely forested valleys that brought small clear streams down from the ridge of the Great Rift Valley.

    A Journey Through the Jungle

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