Tunis/Tunisia — The report on a survey of Tunisian expertise agencies in technical cooperation in the country was launched on Monday.
That survey, conducted by the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) has identified 43 Tunisian centers of expertise in various development fields, including 13 sectors.
It was launched at a virtual meeting held by the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) held on Monday. It aims to promote the exchange of experiences and expertise through the creation of a database on Tunisian centres and agencies of expertise to promote the exchange of successful experiences with other countries.
This also involves the implementation of projects in the framework of tripartite cooperation and South-South cooperation, according to a statement from the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Investment Support.
Minister of Economy, Finance and Investment Support Ali Kooli said this work is part of the fruitful cooperation between Tunisia and the IsDB. The situation faced by member countries because of the impact of COVID-19 requires more cooperation, solidarity and exchange of experience and expertise, to mitigate these impacts.
For his part, IsDB President Bandar Hajjar stressed that the survey will give a new impetus to tripartite cooperation.
It will make Tunisian centers of expertise known to IsDB member countries which wish to benefit and share experiences in several areas where Tunisia has made progress, he pointed out.