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Launching a program together for the project to create a family entertainment space in the municipality of Al-Arousa

Launching a program together for the project to create a family entertainment space in the municipality of Al-Arousa

Launching a program together for the project to create a family entertainment space in the municipality of Al-Arousa

As part of its support for the resilience of Tunisian communities to face political, social, and economic challenges, the USAID-funded “Together” program organized, on Thursday, November 11, 2021, an inaugural ceremony for the Leisure Space Creation Project. The family in the municipality of the bride, Siliana.

This project consists in preparing and equipping a safe green space for the youth and children of the region at a cost of approximately 100,000DinarIt allows them to practice sports, artistic activities, and social gatherings between them. The green space may include an open public sports area that includes garden benches, swings, and recreational equipment for children.

The importance of this space lies in the fact that it represents the only green space for the delegation of the bride, which includes more than 9900 people, after the municipal park. This space is distinguished from others by its area, which extends over approx 2350 square meters It is well fenced, and it is also distinguished by the presence of a watering point and is supervised by the municipality with the help of the people of the neighborhood.

Maan Project:

The USAID-funded Ma’an project aims to strengthen the capacity of Tunisian communities to address the political, social, and economic challenges they face and to identify opportunities and resources for this, by supporting local community cohesion, addressing community vulnerabilities, and sustaining the model by Tunisian partners..

The Maan project seeks to:

Enabling young people, adults and women to identify vulnerabilities in their local communities and work to address them

– Supporting and involving local institutions, community service providers and civil society actors

Relying on mechanisms of counseling and mentoring among peers and exploiting communication and social networks to engage young people

Stimulating the resources available from the public and private sectors to build a sustainable basis for community cohesion at the local and national levels

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