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2017

SUPPORTING YOUTH AND EMPOWERING LOCAL COMMUNITIES PROJECT (SHAREKNA) TUNISIA

Tunisie

Titre : SUPPORTING YOUTH AND EMPOWERING LOCAL COMMUNITIES PROJECT (SHAREKNA) TUNISIA

Pays : Tunisie

Durée : 2017 -2019

Objectifs
* Increased and more effective collaboration between public institutions and citizens, resulting in improved social cohesion and a more democratic, inclusive society in disadvantaged communities. * Greater long-term resilience in selected Tunisian communities that currently face economic, political, and social stresses. *Strengthened civil society organizations, better able to work effectively with youth and other stakeholders to ensure continuing progress in addressing local challenges.

Descriptif
The Supporting Youth and Empowering Local Communities (SHAREKNA, “to participate, involve, or engage with us”) project fosters social cohesion and community resilience in disadvantaged communities. It partners with young people and local stakeholders to identify community-level challenges, including drivers of violent extremism, and develop community-driven actions to address them ; provides resources to youth and community stakeholders to implement concrete activities to mitigate identified local challenges ; and builds the capacity of local civil society organizations to collaborate with youth and community stakeholders so that they can continue to identify and address local challenges.

Mise en œuvre : FHI360, Beder, Jeunesse Sans Frontiers (JSF), Jissour, ARND, and other Tunisian civil society and youth organizations

Partenaires : Cite Ettadhamen (Ariana), Douar Hicher (Manouba), El Kef (Kef), Sidi Bouzid (Sidi Bouzid) and Souk Jdid (Sidi Bouzid)

Budget  : •USAID Investment : $4 million

Agence de Développement International du Gouvernement des Etats Unis (USAID)

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