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Survey of the African Great Lakes Information Platform

Enhancing collaboration among global freshwater experts to

address the challenges facing the African Great Lakes

Dear member of the African Great Lakes community.


During 2017, the African Great Lakes Information Platform (AGLI) was unveiled. AGLI is a web-based mechanism to assist the greater African Great Lakes freshwater community in becoming a more highly successful, coordinated group of experts.


AGLI was created by The Nature Conservancy and is now transferring ownership and management to the University of Nairobi and ACARE. We are now in the process of assessing the next steps in making AGLI fully operational.


The purpose of AGLI is to get the right information to the right people in the right format to unite science, practice and policies. We hope that AGLI will help you, and the African Great Lakes community access and transform existing data into useful information. Additionally, AGLI is meant to be a forum for communication between and among experts globally.


To ensure that the AGLI is as useful as possible to you, the University of Nairobi and ACARE are asking for your help:


Your job:

Please assess the website and tell us what you need for it to be useful and engaging.


1.Please visit the site:

2.Fill out this survey:


3.Please forward this page to your colleagues – The more input we receive, the better the final product will be.


Any questions about this survey or the broader efforts of African Center for Aquatic Research and Education, please contact Ted Lawrence at


Kindest regards,


Take the survey!

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