Country priorities

About Islamic Relief Tunisia

Islamic Relief Tunisia focused mainly on the following areas of intervention on 2020


To improve access to quality and inclusive education for the most vulnerable primary school aged children, including children with disabilities

Sustainable Livelihoods

To assist vulnerable people to adopt diversified livelihood, increase incomes; job opportunities and resilience in face of difficult economic situation

Child welfare

Protection and inclusion: Improve the living standards of orphans’ families, assist in new orphans’ identification and their record keeping, ensure effective communication with donors and allocate psycho-social support programs.

Emergency and early recovery

Reduce the exposure to risks and life-threatening situations of vulnerable groups and contribute to protecting life and dignity of emergency affected communities (influx of refugees). Assist vulnerable migrants living in Tunisia with access to Education, psycho-social support and safeguarding issues

Transversal Sectors

The implementation of the projects responded to the key requirements:

Food Security

improve access to food for most vulnerable families and children in rural schools (school canteens, Ramadhan and Qurbani)


networking with authorities and civil society to raise awareness of local communities on human rights including women, children and environment protection


To improve access and quality health services for the most vulnerable migrants, women and children (health caravans, migrant access to medical facilities and awareness raising on reproductive health.

Women Empowerment

Reinforce women capacities and awareness on basic rights, economic opportunities and reproductive health issues

Safeguarding and inclusion

guarantee projects respond to the main requirement of the child protection, PSEA, GBV, dignity at work and do no harm for all project’s partners’ components


To improve access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene services in rural schools and support the development of national standards of WASH in education with MoE, MoH, and UNICEF