UNOPS

Tunisia

​UNOPS in Tunisia has supported a range of projects in the North Africa region, including providing training and technical assistance to local people involved in almond, olive and fig production. With help from the project, farmers have improved their productivity, with olive oil production improving by up to 300%. Photo: UNOPS


Since 2006, UNOPS has provided a range of project management, infrastructure and procurement services supporting social and economic development in Tunisia. Working in close collaboration with the Government, other UN organizations and international financial institutions, UNOPS supports government-led regional development, green employment, youth empowerment and justice projects.

Our services within our focus areas include project design and implementation, training and technical assistance, financial management and project monitoring and evaluation. 

View data on UNOPS work in Tunisia.

 
In addition, UNOPS supports multi-country programmes that also have activities within Tunisia:

Peace and security

Small grants

Water and energy

Regional support

Through its office in Tunis, UNOPS manages sustainable development projects throughout the North African region. Using our local knowledge and expertise, we help develop local capacity and maintain a strong focus on the empowerment of youth and women. In Morroco, we support agriculture and fisheries projects and in Libya, we have provided services for electoral and infrastructure projects as well as a youth disarmament and rehabilitation programme.

View data on UNOPS work in:
Algeria
Egypt
Libya
Morocco

Projects

As part of its North Africa mandate, UNOPS in Tunisia has helped improve the small-scale fisheries sector in Morocco. Photo: UNOPS

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