According to the latest statistics, 14% of total arrivals to Italian shores through illegal migration are Tunisians, the majority of whom are young people who have lost hope of improving their standard of living. Moreover, one out of three young Tunisians in rural Tunisian regions (33.4%) and one out of five young Tunisians in urban areas belong to the category of young people who are neither employed nor enrolled in education or training.
Tunisian and international regulations demand regulatory certificates and legal licenses. Since January 2022, all customers in both local and export markets are required to adhere to these requirements and certificates, before launching production orders.
Without such certifications, the threat of high turnover and decreased employee numbers will increase drastically by June 2023.
We aim to bridge this gap by improving working conditions within the consortium through:
- Development of skills in risk management, health and safety, fire prevention,
- Improving working conditions through the installation and supply of health and safety devices adaptable to the working environment,
- Ensuring social and environmental regulatory compliance,
- Ensuring a participatory approach with all staff, especially women, to design and implement project standards to improve current systems and practices.
CFYE support is instrumental in developing this project. Its contribution guarantees the continuity of our organizations and our activities.