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Étude Nexus Tunisie // Evaluation Nexus Interdépendances des secteurs de l’eau, de l’énergie et de l’alimentation en Tunisie

This study elaborates an assessment of the WEF Nexus for Tunisia, applying and adjusting already existing Nexus methodologies to the Tunisian context and its priorities. In this assessment the most relevant linkages, trade-offs, possible synergies and opportunities that are of special interest for Tunisia are identified and thus give a first assessment of the existing or potential Nexus response options (political, administrative or technical). The study is published in French with an executive summary in English.

The Nexus Assessment for Tunisia is a study led by the "Nexus Regional Dialogue Programme" (NRD) of the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ). The Nexus Regional Dialogue in the MENA region leads this study in collaboration with the League of Arab States (LAS) and in close cooperation with the GIZ project “Renforcement du marche solaire en Tunisie” (RMS) as well as the following Tunisian institutional partners: the Ministry of Agriculture, Hydraulic Resources and Fisheries (MARHP), in particular the Directorate General for Rural Engineering and Water Operations (DGGREE), the National Agency for Energy Conservation (ANME), the Agricultural Investment Promotion Agency (APIA), the Agricultural Extension and Training Agency (AVFA) and the Tunisian Union of Agriculture and Fishery (UTAP).

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