Tunisia: the World Bank supports the national plan against unemployment rate 2
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Juli Choquet
Monday 18 September 2017 Last update on Monday, September 18, 2017 At 12:48 PM

The international organization has conceded a financial support of 60 Millions Dollars to help young’s from disadvantaged neighborough.

Since 2011, Tunisia must deal with a dramatic unemployment rate. The country is now listed 52nd into the International Labour Organization global rank with 17.2% unemployment rate. The world bank has conceded a financial support of 60 Millions Dollars to help the Tunisian government’s direction.

As Youssef Chahed is just celebrating his 1st year spent into the government as a first Minister, the Tunisian government wants to reduce unemployment into the disadvantaged area of western and North center, the South, The Sfax and the Manouba governorate. Indeed the national plan is targeting men and women aged from 18 to 35 years old.

According to the World Bank, the plan will identify main sectors where young’s could be connected to employment. The goal is to spread creativity over private /public initiative. The civil society will be represented as well as local partners.

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