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Tunisia: Loukil striving for professional integration of African graduates.

Summary: The development of a legal framework governing the professional integration of African graduates of training centers as well as the offer of internships in Tunisian private companies was the focus

The development of a legal framework governing the professional integration of African graduates of training centers as well as the offer of internships in Tunisian private companies was the focus of a meeting held recently between Minister of Vocational Training and employment Saida Ounissi, President of Tunisia Africa Business Council, Bassem Loukil, Head of Mission of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), Lorena Lando and Migration and Employment project managers in the organization.

According to a statement from the Ministry of Vocational Training and Employment, Ounissi expressed willingness to ensure good training conditions for learners from African countries enrolled in public vocational training centers.

She stressed, in this regard, the constant rise in the number of learners from African countries.

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Date:Mar 5, 2019
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