Tunisian diplomacy and signs of promising reforms

Agreement between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Basic trade Union Following the meeting held on June 17, 2020, with Minister of Foreign Affairs Noureddine Erray, the basic trade Union of the Foreign Ministry’s officers and executives, stemming from the Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT) informs its members of the following agreements. -The pledge to respect the criteria for appointing the heads of the diplomatic and consular missions abroad agreed upon in the minutes of former meetings with the administrative side which is an important gain that the basic…

Ben Arous Regional Center of Democracy, Citizenship and Development takes part in national effort in combating COVID-19

The Ben Arous Regional Center of Democracy, Citizenship and Development is taking part in national effort in combating COVID-19. As part of the centre’s strategy in supporting of the state’s efforts to fight against the Corona epidemic, the activists of the centre distributed tools for sterilizing masks and protection kits for the benefit of some municipalities in the region, organizations, and activists of the civil society. The centre will also remain in the service of the authorities and local and regional actors during this war against the COVID-19. TunisianMonitorOnline

COVID-19: Tunisian women detainees make medical masks

The clothing workshop of the Manouba women’s jail has begun to make protective medical masks for the Ministry in line with required standards and criteria, said in a statement to Shems FM radio, Governor of Manouba Raja Trabelsi. He indicated that the workshop will produce over 800 masks per day after making over 4,000 for security workers at the penitentiary itself. Daily capacity for the workshop may rise to over 1,500 pieces of personal protective equipment per day. Medical suits and head protection will also be included in the production…

Saudi Arabia: $ 10 million donation to support the World Health Organization’s effort

Saudi Arabia’s King Salman Bin Abdulaziz issued last Monday a directive ordering the donation of $ 10 million to support the World Health Organization’s (WHO) efforts to fight Coronavirus and to implement urgent measures to minimize the spread of this disease and to support countries with vulnerable health infrastructures. Deeply concerned to help the International community, Saudi Arabia with its donation will contribute significantly to efforts to safeguard global health after the World Health Organization’s calling, in the context of this harsh global crisis which terrified the world, the International…

ESSECT’s Mohamed Ghayadhi selected HULT PRIZE TOP 20 Campus Director Globally for 2019-2020

“HultPrize Essect was selected in the top 20 of the best On Campus Program all over the World. Proud of all the team. You deserve it,” Mohamed Ghayadi. “Thank you for the administrative and teaching staff of Essect, Our sponsors: Amen Bank, MS solutions group, SFBT, Chicken House and Daily, and all participants from the Entrepreneurship ecosystem,” Mohamed Ghayadi. Campus Director at Hult Prize “Ecole Superieure des Sciences Economiques et Commerciales Tunis (ESSECT) Mohamed Ghayadhi is selected a HULT PRIZE TOP 20 Campus Director Globally for 2019-2020. Mohamed Ghayadhi the…

ISESCO pledges $200,000 for coronavirus vaccine development

The Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO) has pledged $200,000 for the development of a vaccine for COVID-19, the organization’s Director-General Salim Al-Malik said. According to him, the organization set such an award to prevent the spread of coronavirus as soon as possible. The ISESCO urged all states, international organizations, and civil society institutions to tackle the virus. The new coronavirus outbreak was first recorded in late December 2019 in Wuhan, the most populous city in Central China.  TunisianMonitorOnline

Fourth edition of Tunisian “Phare de l’Entrepreneuriat”

The Fourth edition of Tunisian “Phare de l’Entrepreneuriat” will be held on Saturday, February 29 in the UTICA premises in Tunis at the initiative of JEY ‘Entrepreneurship. The event will include a competition meant for young Tunisian job seekers and project leaders. A call for projects is launched on social media and then a selection is made according to several criteria. JEY Entrepreneurship is a student association of Kedge Business School based in Marseille. The students of this association organize every year since 2016 an entrepreneurship contest, in partnership with…

Wassim Gharbi: Inspirational amazing career on the path of science in Google

Designer, Software Engineer, Computer Vision and HCI researcher studying Computer Science at Lafayette College “Full-stack Software Engineer and Project Manager with experience in web development and design and Computer vision research, Java software engineering and mobile development. Always eager to learn and excited to embark on new projects. Interested in Human-Computer Interaction and User Experience Design (Virtual Reality, Projection Mapping, Leap Motion), Computer Vision, Machine Learning and product development”, Wassim Gharbi presents himself in his LinkedIn account. I hesitated before I started writing this success story of one Tunisian student…

ARVEA CEO and Founder takes part in conference on Franchising and MLM, why not you? as part of Riyeda

Credit goes to Riyeda Facebook Page ARVEA is the first Arab and Tunisian Direct Sales Brand A conference was held on Wednesday in the Tunis Culture City as part the 7th edition of the “Riyeda” Entrepreneurship fair (February 12-13) on the theme: Franchising and MLM, why not you? Moderator Wassim Ben Larbi from Express FM conducted the debate to which took part Sadok LARIBI, Founder and CEO of ARVEA, Tarek Thabet, Regional Director RE/MAX Tunis, Fréderic Morlier, Chairman Founder / CEO PANO Group, Hocine SOUFI, Director of Operations Forever Living…

IFAD, Tunisia invest in improving livelihoods of poor rural families

The International Fund for Agricultural Development of the United Nations (IFAD) announced support for a new project that aims to reduce rural poverty in the region of Kairouan, one of the most disadvantaged in the country, Africa Agribusiness said in an article published Tuesday. At least 16,800 highly vulnerable Tunisian families will benefit from activities to improve their living conditions, incomes and resilience in the face of climate change, the same source said. In Tunisia, although the poverty rate fell from 20 per cent in 2010 to 15 per cent…