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  • Djerba celebrates the success of the Access Program

    Djerba Celebrates the Access Program Success

    The delightful charms of the Djerbian people were on display for Embassy officials at the Access Program graduation ceremony last weekend.

  • Tunisia’s Franchise Market

    Tunisia’s Franchise Market

    Franchises already exist in Tunisia in a variety of sectors, but U.S. franchises are underrepresented. Now is the time to explore this market.

  • EducationUSA and U.S. Embassy Tunis employees talk about how to pursue higher education in the U.S.A.

    How to Pursue Higher Education in the U.S.A.

    Karen Bauer, the Regional Educational Advising Coordinators, Myriam Laabidi, the EducationUSA coordinator for Tunisia, and Kate Hall, the Cultural Affairs Officer, spoke on RTCI’s English Hour program.

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  • Persons with Disabilities Advocate their Civil Rights

    Persons with Disabilities Advocate their Civil Rights

    Through the LEAD Initiative, Handicap International in partnership with MEPI and their local partner “Le Collectif Tunisien pour La Promotion des Droits des Personnes en Situation de Handicap,” is training more than 1,000 Tunisian civil society advocates in Tunisia’s 24 governorates.

  • Tunisian Cultural Ambassadors in the U.S.

    Tunisian Cultural Ambassadors in the U.S.

    Great job NESA UGRAD Tunisia Team! It’s only been three months since our NESA Scholars began their experience attending different U.S. universities and they’ve already accomplished so much.

Embassy Announcements

Embassy Events

  • INL, USIP & Tunisia Co-hosted a Regional Seminar
    INL, USIP & Tunisia Co-hosted a Regional Seminar

    Under the auspices of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL), the United States Institute of Peace (USIP) and the Government of Tunisia co-hosted a regional seminar, Assessing Progress of Criminal Justice Sector Reform in North Africa. The seminar, which was held in Tunis November 10-13, brought together representatives from domestic law enforcement, government ministries, civil society, and members of parliament to exchange views on issues related to reform in the criminal justice sector.  

  • USAID re-opens office in Tunisia
    USAID re-opens office in Tunisia

    Ambassador Walles hosted the event at U.S. Embassy Tunis, was joined by Alina Romanowski, Acting Assistant Administrator for the Middle East Bureau (USAID), Faycal Gouiaa, Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Hedi Larbi, Minister for Equipment, Spatial Planning and Sustainable Development.  

  • Access Graduation Ceremony at the Space of Wisdom
    Access Graduation Ceremony at the Space of Wisdom

    Congratulations to the Tunisian students at the Space of Wisdom in Sfax for successfully completing the English Access Microscholarship program! The students took 360 hours of intensive English language and cultural courses and celebrated their achievement with a graduation ceremony in Sfax. 

  • Tunisian Delegation Heads to GES 2014
    Tunisian Delegation Heads to GES 2014

    On Friday, November 14, the U.S. Embassy held a press conference to showcase the Tunisians who will be participating in the GES 2014 which will take place in Marrakech November 19-21.  

  • Remarks by Ambassador Walles on Thomas Jefferson Scholarship Program 2015-2016 Launch
    Remarks by Ambassador Walles on Thomas Jefferson Scholarship Program 2015-2016 Launch

    I am pleased to be here today to launch the Thomas Jefferson Scholarship Program for the 2015-2016 academic year, the third year of this very successful program.  

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