As part of supporting the P-elle project in Ain Draham, the Center for Study and Democracy signed two partnership agreements with the Association for Supporting Female Craftswomen in Khmer and the Women for Citizenship and Development Association in the Bebush region on Thursday, February 18, 2021,
Delegates from these two organizations expressed their willingness to support the youth leaders in their capacity to implement this project and support community-based youth initiatives that will enhance the role of citizens as a positive element on the one hand and improve the social development situation in the region on the other.
The P-elle project aims to support women artisans in Ain Draham by forming them in the fields of communication and marketing and later accompanying them to promote their products through the establishment of an electronic platform.
The project is the outcome of a shortage in the promotion of craft products, despite the diversity of craft products, a barrel, and a scar, in addition to the lack of funding for these projects.
the Agreement with the Association of Women for Citizenship and Development
Sign agreement with Khmer Crafts Support Association
P-elle is one of the 50 community projects produced by youth leaders in 10 states: Sfax, Kairouan, Bizerte, Greater Tunis, Jandouba, Gabes, Medenine, Sidi Bouzid, Kasserine, and Soussa, as part of the Youth Leader for a Better Tomorrow project launched by the center since December 2019 for 400 young men and women who received training on the fight against corruption and extremism, the establishment of democracy and citizenship, leadership skills, the formulation of community projects.