MED4EBM: Autonomiser les jeunes femmes en Tunisie - Chirine Ben Aissa


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She is the first volunteer of the ENI CBC family to join a project: Chirine Ben Aissa is a determined, dynamic 26-year-old half-Tunisian half-Moroccan raised in Tunis, with a passion for civil society and a degree in natural science.  After supporting small associations operating for women empowerment and gender equality, Chirine is today working at the National Institute of Marine Sciences and Technologies of Tunisia, where she will stay until 30 April 2021. The Institute is partner of the Mediterranean Forum For Applied Ecosystem-Based Management (MED4EBM) project, financed by the EU in the framework of the ENI CBC MED programme. And Chirine is supporting them with several tasks: her engagement is part of the “Interreg Volunteer Youth” (IVY) initiative, promoted by DG REGIO and managed by the Association of European Border Regions (AEBR) to foster solidarity across frontiers.  

To know Chirine more, check out her full story (original developed by TESIM). 

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