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Tunisia: The role of the public and private sectors in sustainable and inclusive water management

May 11 2021


A Green Talk on the theme of “sustainable and inclusive water management in Tunisia: what role do the public and private sectors play?” was held in Tunis yesterday, 14 April 2021, as part of the 30 days of dialogue on the green transition in Europe and Africa.

This series of talks has been jointly organised by the Portuguese Presidency of the Council of the European Union and the European Investment Bank (EIB) in the context of the High-Level EU-Africa Green Investment Forum, which will take place in Lisbon on 23 April 2021.

Under the aegis of the Ambassador of Portugal to Tunisia, HE Nuno de Mello Bello, the conference brought together national and international stakeholders from the public and private sectors, providing a forum to exchange best practices and lessons learnt on the inclusive and sustainable management of water resources.

Faced with high water stress, Tunisia has begun a strategic review of water policy. The discussions centred on national plans for sustainable and efficient water management.





Source: Smart Water Magazine