Activities and Missions of the Tunisian Agency for Technical Cooperation
The activities of the Tunisian Agency for Technical Cooperation are built up on four main missions :
This is one of the main activities of the Tunisian Agency for Technical Cooperation.
Furthermore, the recruitment process of these development aid workers includes four steps :
- Reception and examination of the job applications
- Selection of the candidates
- Assisting the preparation of the development aid workers
- Secondment of the development aid workers near the ATCT
The training and development of the capacities of foreign executives in Tunisia is one of the main axes of Tunisian technical cooperation.
ATCT has organized training sessions for more than 3,700 executives from african and arab countries in various fields such as:
- Basic health
- Advancement of women
- Education and higher education
- Publishing and distributing the school book
- Vocational training
- The promotion of SMEs/SMIs
- Agriculture and fisheries.
- Quality Management
- The Administration
- The Judiciary
- New technologies
- Project Management.
These training sessions are carried out by tunisian individual and institutional skills within the framework of bilateral or triangular cooperation.
The ATCT works on the proper conduct of the training sessions and study visits and provides all appropriate conditions in terms of reception, accommodation, displacement, field visits, socio-cultural activity ....
The ATCT organizes two types of training:
Over the past 5 years, 294 Tunisian experts and consultants have carried out missions of expertise and technical assistance in various fields such as : fighting against blindness, poverty alleviation, advancement of women, vocational training and Employment, quality, finance, administration, judiciary ...
Annual Evolution of the number of tunisian cooperating professional and experts abroad
Tunisia is one of the first countries in the south to have developed a South-South cooperation policy since its independence, particularly with the placement of tunisian teachers in brotherly and friendly countries (Mauritania, Djibouti and Comoros).
Its successful experience in various areas of development and its commitment to the countries of the South enabled it to be considered as a "pivotal country" for the promotion of South-South cooperation and consequently:
- It is invited to participate regularly in the High Level Committee on Technical Cooperation among Developing Countries (CTPD) under the auspices of the Special Group of the CTPD in the UNDP.
- Obtained the support of the Special Group for Technical Cooperation among Developing Countries (CTPD) and organized a high-level forum to identify the needs of 13 african countries in the area of sustainable human development.
- To be chosen by some developed countries as a partner.
ATCT is designated as the national focal point and as such represents Tunisia in international actions to promote technical cooperation among developing countries (CTPD).