Tunisia: Cooperation Agreement Between Education Ministry and Vivo Energy Tunisia, Signed

Tunis/Tunisia — A partnership and cooperation agreement was signed recently between Vivo Energy Tunisia and the Education Ministry on the implementation in primary schools of educational programs and projects in several fields such as road safety education, encouragement of entrepreneurship, reading and the environment.

Education Minister Fethi Slaouti underlined during a ceremony held on the occasion, the importance of the partnership with Vivo Energy in stepping up efforts to launch programs and initiatives that will enhance the attractiveness of public schools and build the individual and collective skills of future generations for a better future.

Vivo Energy Tunisia Managing Director Mohamed Bou Griba explained the importance of devising value-added educational programs and contributing to the development of students' skills in public schools so as to boost cooperation with the Education Ministry and ensure the continuity of community projects.

Cooperation between the two sides dates back some ten years through the "My safety on the road" program, which aims to teach children responsible behaviour and road safety culture through awareness campaigns.

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