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New Publication: Export Promotion of Tunisian Organics
Download publication. This case study describes the impact of a small and medium enterprise development project on Tunisia's organics sector. The USAID-funded Tunisia SME Project was...
Tunisia’s Organic Producers Get Exposure to the U.S. Market
With quality on their side—and a little help from IESC—Tunisia organics are poised for growth
Tunisia is home to approximately 750 acres of organic farm land—the second largest acreage in Africa—where more than 2,300 farmers use certified organic production methods that help preserve biodiversity, support the soil,...
Volunteer Shares Organics Expertise In Tunisia
Volunteering is a real world way to get outside our desires, and ourselves, to experience something new and rewarding. It’s a way to truly give, just for the satisfaction of helping others achieve a better life.” -Melody...
Volunteer Goes Above and Beyond in Tunisia
For almost 50 years, IESC has set the global standard for identifying and deploying volunteer experts for technical and managerial assistance projects overseas. IESC volunteer experts bring years of professional...
IESC Volunteer: “The Highest of Distinctions is Service to Others”
IESC volunteer expert Melody Myer writes on her blog about her decision to volunteer for IESC and shares her experience in Tunisia. Read Why Volunteer? Why Go to Tunisia? Read Tunisian Chronicles
Graduates of Small Business Development Training Program in Tunisia Will Encourage Job Growth
On June 28, 2013 officials from Tunisia’s Ministry of Commerce, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Ministry of Industry, along with representatives from USAID, presented diplomas to 63 graduates of the Small Business...
IESC Launches Two-Year Trade Development Program in Tunisia
On May 20, 2013, the Tunisia SME Project was formally launched by the United States and Tunisia at the Embassy of Tunisia in Washington, DC. The two-year economic growth project is implemented by IESC in partnership with the ...
IESC Project Director Appointed President of Tunisian American Friendship Association
IESC project director in Tunisia, Rym Ayari, has been appointed president of the Tunisian American Friendship Association (TAFA). The Association was founded in 1957 to promote scientific, technological, cultural, and...
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