The pavilion will showcase some of Burundi’s greatest marvels, unique cultural traditions and its welcoming and hardworking people, with the aim of attracting tourists, business partners and investors.
Second-oldest freshwater lake in the world
365 days of abundant water, sunshine and wind
See all of Africa’s wildlife
Burundi is rich in minerals such as nickel, and also possesses fertile arable land and a skilled workforce, making it an ideal investment and trade partner.
As for Lake Tanganyika, the World Bank recently pledged USD 600 million to support an integrated Lake Tanganyika transport programme to improve trade competitiveness along the Central Corridor. The amount is part of a USD 1 billion programme to implement various projects in the Lake Tanganyika basin.