Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Tunisia secures $175 million (in loans) from World Bank to invest in startups and digitization of social security and education systems

Tunisia has secured $175 million from the World Bank to support digital transformation in the country, the World Bank Group announced last month in a statement. The funding, according to different media reports, comes in the form of two loans. The two projects, per statement, will help Tunisia to build a new economy that encourages entrepreneurs and generates more opportunities, and will make the government more responsive to needs of citizens through digital transformation of key public services. Read More