On February 8, 2018, the USAID funded Tunisia Accountability, Decentralization, and Effective Municipalities (TADAEEM) Project and the Ministry of Local Affairs and Environment (MALE) signed a Memorandum of Implementation for cooperation and coordination of activities in the framework of the TADAEEM Project. This Memorandum supports the decentralization process and aims to improve the quality of services provided to Tunisian citizens.
The USAID funded TADAEEM Project will assist local communities to build their capacities in targeted areas — including management of human and financial resources, service provision, governance, planning and communication with citizens — in order to improve living conditions of citizens and enhance Tunisian regions and cities.
The signed agreement aims to provide the necessary assistance to enhance coordination and cooperation between local communities and the public institutions working on issues of concern in their localities.
The ceremony, held at the ministry of local affairs and environment was attended by Mr. Riadh El Mouakhar, Minister of Local Affairs and Environment, Mr. Mokhtar Hammami, President of the Instance for Prospective and Decentralization Process Support, his Excellency Mr. Daniel RUBINSTEIN, US Ambassador and representatives of USAID and TADAEEM Project.