ICESCO and Tunisian Ministry of Employment Explore Prospects for Cooperation and Partnership
16 November 2021
The delegation of the Islamic World Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ICESCO), which comprised Dr. Kais Hammami, Director of ICESCO Center of Strategic Foresight, and Mr. Mohamed Shili, Director of ICESCO Department of Legal Affairs, met Mr. Nasreddine Nsibi, Minister of Employment and Vocational Training of Tunisia. The meeting explored ways to promote partnership and cooperation between ICESCO and the Ministry in the areas of vocational training, employment and promotion of entrepreneurship among young people.
During this meeting, held on Monday, November 15, 2021, at the Ministry headquarters, in Tunis, the ICESCO delegation reiterated ICESCO’s appreciation of the Tunisian experience in the fields of entrepreneurship and vocational training.
The Tunisian Minister stressed the Ministry’s willingness to develop cooperation with ICESCO, commending the Organization’s role in sharing experiences on vocational training, employment and promotion of entrepreneurship among young people to develop advanced competencies and strengthen the economy of countries of the Islamic world.
ICESCO will organize its Forum on Entrepreneurship and Women Empowerment, on November 16-17, 2021, in Tunis, to explore the role of women’s entrepreneurship in economic development by 2030.
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