In 1991, Tunisia already passed a law that prohibited students between the ages of six and 16 from leaving school. However, the number of secondary school students fell from 1.3 million in 2007 to 1 million in 2016 despite a growing population, according to the World Bank, and every year, Tunisia records more than 100.000 pupils dropping out of school. Most of them live in rural areas What’s more, rural youth communities are facing a number of challenges, such as poverty, child marriage, and unemployment. We believe that the lack of adequate learning experiences is the main problem that needs to be addressed in order to offer young generations a real opportunity to change their lives. In reality, trying simply to force them back to school will never end the phenomenon.
our next event “launch the impact” will be on March 29th
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Our mission is to ensure rural youth communities’ access to a modern education approach in order to emphasize their capabilities as agents of change and champions of the development process. Currently, our bus is equipped with 3D printing machines, and backed by numerous software suites. It will offer a mobility solution to help bridge the digital divide between rural areas and new technologies. Our sessions and workshops are mentored by talented groups of engineers, doctors, scouts, musicians and teachers With this vision, children aged 6 - 16 will regain the motivation to stay in school and thus avoid many serious problems such as substance abuse, and child labor. Moreover, a real transformation will start by building a knowledge economy and a new digitally empowered generation.