Enda Tamweel, Mazars and ASH Technologies, on Wednesday, signed a partnership agreement to support and develop green activities and projects.
“The partnership will involve mainly implementing financing and support schemes for micro-entrepreneurs and farmers to accelerate the transition and energy optimization of their projects,” reads a joint statement from the three partners.
Enda Tamweel, the first micro-finance institution in Tunisia, Mazars, a social and civic enterprise and international leader in the field of auditing, taxation and consulting and ASH Technologies, a Swiss company specializing in technology, plan to create through this partnership new synergies to provide concrete and innovative solutions for the benefit of Tunisian micro-entrepreneurs and farmers to improve their incomes and strengthen the resilience and sustainability of their projects.
The agreement will include financing and support mechanisms to empower women entrepreneurs, promote the entrepreneurial spirit among young people and encourage them to move towards sustainable development projects.
Through this new partnership, the three actors are committed to implementing value-creating programs and schemes that work towards positive transformations and a more sustainable future for all project creators. They rely on their cooperation and expertise to achieve these objectives.