After a number of ewes and sheep were burned to an indigenous farmer in Kairouan and in a movement of solidarity between the agricultural organization and its subscribers, the Tunisian union of agriculture and maritime fishing organized a solidarity convoy to compensate the damaged breeder. This included the provision of a significant number of ewes and sheep in a movement which mainly aims to compensate the missing capital and give it a means of subsistence while preserving its dignity.
Today, Friday July 19, 2019, a delegation of the Tunisian Union of Agriculture and Fisheries visited the Arid Zones Institute of Medenine to obtain a field view of the Institute’s research experiences and study the possibilities of cooperation and partnership to enhance the results of research. On the sidelines of this visit, a working session was held at the headquarters of the Institute, devoted to examining several axes, including the Institute’s desire to participate in the International Exhibition of Agriculture, Agricultural Machinery and sea fishing “Siamap 2019”. The delegation also discussed with a certain number of executives of the Institute the means to cooperate with the agricultural organization and to conclude a partnership agreement to benefit from field experiences and scientific research by preparing an annual work program to be implemented and monitored by both parties.
The Joint Management Committee of the Tunisian Union of Agriculture and Maritime Fisheries and the National Anti-Corruption Commission held a working session today Wednesday February 26, 2020 under the supervision of MM. Moez Zagdan, vice-president of the National Union in charge of structures, training and union work, and Hammadi Al-Bubakri, member of the national executive office in charge of natural resources and sustainable development. This meeting was held in order to prepare the National Meeting symposium to be held next April on governance in the agricultural sector, which will be followed by regional seminars in the regions in order to sensitize farmers and sailors to the mechanisms of investigate and protect whistleblowers to fight corruption in the agricultural sector.
Today, Monday February 17, 2020, the president of the Tunisian union of agriculture and fisheries supervised a meeting to examine the preparations for the celebration of the 70th anniversary of the union, in the presence of most of the members of the National Executive Board and a number of executives from the organization. And working committees have been formed to establish a practical program to achieve the objectives set for this celebration.