Tunisia and Italy Shine Light on How Regional Electricity Trade Can Help Stabilize the Region
Apr 25, 2016 / Blog entry
The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has never faced such significant stress on its ageing infrastructure like it does today, with one of the most telling being the substantial increase in the need for electricity. It is estimated that electricity demand in the MENA region will increase by 84% by 2020. Tunisia has the opportunity to...
Economic Development and Employment - Shaping Migration
Migration Initiatives 2015 - Middle East and North Africa
World Bank Visual: Why MENA needs a New Social Contract
TVET-Fund—Jordan Country; Jordan
Monitoring and Evaluating Employment and Vocational Training Programs
Mar 17, 2016 / Highlight
The World Bank, the French Development Agency and the Center for Mediterranean Integration organized a regional knowledge sharing and capacity building workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) of employment and Technical and Vocational Training (TVET) programs.
The workshop, which was officially launched by the Moroccan Minister of...
Article atelier S&E formation emploi
OFPPT-Form-Pro—Maroc Country: Morocco
Article le matin, S. Bencherki/Le Matin
Atelier regional Le Matin
Article laquotidienne LaQuotidienne newsletter
MFPE-Forsati—Tunisie Country: Tunisia
Roles and Responsibilities in M&E
Chaîne de résultats - Margolis
Questionnaire Monitoring and Evaluation Workshop
Jeunesse-Sport--Micro-Ent—Maroc Country: Morocco
Concept note M&E Workshop
Evaluation d'impact – Arcand
Despite High Education Levels, Arab Women Still Don’t Have Jobs
Mar 15, 2016 / Blog entry
Thirteen of the 15 countries with the lowest rates of women participating in their labor force are in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), according to the 2015 Global Gender Gap Report (2015). Yemen has the lowest rate of working women of all, followed by Syria, Jordan, Iran, Morocco, Saudi Arabia, Algeria, Lebanon, Egypt, Oman, Tunisia,...