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The world bank Offering help To Tunisian government

by firas douss | 23-08-2013 17:09 recommendations 0 recommendations

The Tunisian government is working on solutions to decrease the piles of trashes. The responsibles are looking to make international deals with international associations and foreign governments. One of these deals is the corporation with the world bank . 
            In 21 august , World bank representatives came to Tunisia and met Tunisian responsible in the occasion of a meeting held by the states's secretary. They were talking about waste management projects in Tunisia. 
           The representatives of the world bank offered help to our authorities to develop new strategies of waste management and evaluate more strict policies. 
They also offered help to create means to asses the impact of waste management activities . 
           The world bank responsible encourage our government to corporate with environmental local associations when planing new environmental projects.            With such deals we can improve the environmental situation in Tunisia . 
Mr salam hamdi the Tunisian states's secretary  The world bank

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Christy Lee

  • Christy Lee says :
    Oh, this is impressive. I wish the effort of the government will work much more than the loan from World bank!
    Posted 26-08-2013 15:07

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Dharmendra Kapri

  • Abhishek Bajracharya says :
    lets be optimistic and think for the best outcome
    Posted 25-08-2013 03:12

Rohan Kapur

  • Rohan Kapur says :
    Sky is the limit, Firas.
    Posted 24-08-2013 14:50

Raunak Kapur

  • Raunak Kapur says :
    If you take a step in Right direction, positive results will follow, Firas
    Posted 24-08-2013 13:43

Arushi Madan

  • Arushi Madan says :
    Thanks fro sharing, Firas.
    Posted 24-08-2013 02:28

  • Anne Tachado says :
    I hope this would be a transparent deal ( for the part of World Bank and government officials involved). Thank you for sharing :)
    Posted 23-08-2013 23:55

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