Yosra Khazri always dreamed of being her own boss. Before joining the local WES Center for Women’s Business Development, she found herself “stuck in the daily routine with nothing to do.”
Lamia Ben Ali worked as a pastry trainer at several training centers before participating in WES trainings at the NOOR WES Center in Sousse. Lamia explains that, through the WES trainings, “[I] gained more confidence in myself and started having a clear vision for my future.” Read More >>
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The two-day WES Networking, Best Practices and Sustainability conference took place for WES partner organizations and WES Business Award winners.
A national WES Business Award ceremony took place.
The three-day Global Entrepreneurship Summit took place at Stanford University, June 22-24. Learn more about how entrepreneurs are changing the world here.
WES Centers participate in Tunisia’s National Women’s Day Celebrations.
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This project is funded through the U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, Office of the Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI). MEPI is a unique program designed to engage directly with and invest in the peoples of the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). MEPI works to create vibrant partnerships with citizens to foster the development of pluralistic, participatory, and prosperous societies throughout the MENA region. To do this, MEPI partners with local, regional, and international non-governmental organizations, the private sector, academic institutions, and governments. More information about MEPI can be found at: www.mepi.state.gov.