Creation of employment in Industrial Zones through inclusive business cycles

Nov. 2012 – Oct. 2013

Design and implement a new inclusive growth methodology aiming at creating new services in industrial areas that respond to the unsatisfied demand of services, while at the same time creating new jobs for local unemployed communities. The project was developed through an extensive partnership strategy with Tunisian actors (whether public, private, international organizations or civil society) with the primary objective of achieving the creation of 40 jobs in the short term. In the long run, it is meant to become a national methodology to enable industrial areas to find their full development potential.

Services provided

Situational analysis of the need for service creation in industrial areas.

Matchmaking between local entrepreneurs and unemployed communities and service necessities in industrial zones.

Support of the business and employment creation process and creation of inclusive business cycles in industrial zones.

Development of a partnership strategy with local actors in Tunisia.

Development of a national methodology for employment creation in Industrial Areas.