After over two years of activities, the PARFAIT project has come to an end. It was conceived and implemented by ALDA with the support of the European Union, as well as the help of a strong partnership between the Coalition for Women of Tunisia, the Tunisian branch of the European Partnership for Democracy (EPD) and the Agency for Local Democracy in Kairouan.

PARFAIT’s goal was to improve female participation to local governance in Tunisia, which was notably very low when the project was launched back in 2017. The realisation of the objective was achieved thanks to several innovative actions that engaged different actors, from Local Authorities to medias all down to local CSOs, female activists and women elected locally.

In order to guarantee the continuity of this effort after the end of the project, the Project Committee has written a publication addressed to Tunisian associations and local authorities, which collects all the best practices and tools used for the project and aims to promote the strengthening of women’s skillsets and their participation to public life.

The document is available in French and Arabic and presents three of the project’s successful activities. It also encourages Local Authorities and CSOs to replicate them by adapting them to their specific needs, in order to maintain the good legacy of the project and pursue the effort towards gender equality in Tunisia and other countries.

For any enquiry or information, please contact Miss Apolline Bonfils, Mediterranean Project Manager: apolline@aldaintranet.org.

Liens utiles: access the publication in French ou in Arabic.

After over two years of activities, the PARFAIT project has come to an end. It was conceived and implemented by ALDA with the support of the European Union, as well as the help of a strong partnership between the Coalition for Women of Tunisia, the Tunisian branch of the European Partnership for Democracy (EPD) et du Agency for Local Democracy in Kairouan.

PARFAIT’s goal was to improve female participation to local governance in Tunisia, which was notably very low when the project was launched back in 2017. The realisation of the objective was achieved thanks to several innovative actions that engaged different actors, from Local Authorities to medias all down to local CSOs, female activists and women elected locally.

In order to guarantee the continuity of this effort after the end of the project, the Project Committee has written a publication addressed to Tunisian associations and local authorities, which collects all the best practices and tools used for the project and aims to promote the strengthening of women’s skillsets and their participation to public life.

The document is available in French and Arabic and presents three of the project’s successful activities. It also encourages Local Authorities and CSOs to replicate them by adapting them to their specific needs, in order to maintain the good legacy of the project and pursue the effort towards gender equality in Tunisia and other countries.

For any enquiry or information, please contact Miss Apolline Bonfils, Mediterranean Project Manager: apolline@aldaintranet.org.

Liens utiles: access the publication in French ou in Arabic.