A’SIMA TUNIS

Strategic planning and multilevel governance for a resilient metropolitan city

ON GOING- 2020 – 2024

A’SIMA TUNIS

Strategic planning and multilevel governance for a resilient metropolitan city

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Project overview

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Partners

MedCities

Commune de Tunis

Àrea Metropolitana de Barcelona

Budget

2.684.786 €

Funding

Délégation de l’Union Européenne en Tunisie

Agenda 2030

“A’SIMA Tunis: Strategic planning and multilevel governance for a resilient metropolitan city” aims to strengthen the territorial planning of the city of Tunis in its metropolitan context. The project supports the municipality of Tunis in the development of a participatory City Strategy with the aim of making the territory of the Greater Tunis more inclusive and resilient from an environmental, urban, economic and social point of view. The project’s duration is 48 months and is implemented over the period 2020-2024.

Description

The A’SIMA Tunis project is funded by the European Commission as part of the call “Local authorities: partnerships for sustainable cities” (EuropeAid/161146/DH/ACT/Multi), which aims to promote integrated urban development through partnerships between the EU and neighborhood countries in accordance with the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Indeed, A’SIMA Tunis aligns with the 2030 Agenda, thus contributing to several Sustainable Development Goals and in particular SDGs nº11 (sustainable cities), 12 (responsible consumption and production) and 17(partnerships for the objectives).

Objectives

  • To contribute to the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals in Tunisia.
  • To strenghten the urban and metropolitan sustainability of the city of Tunis through improved governance as well as national and international partnerships.

The A’SIMA Tunis project is structured around several areas of work, each of which aims to produce the following effects:

  • The city of Tunis strengthens its urban management capacity through a participatory city strategy, aligned with the SDGs.
  • The municipalities of Greater Tunis improve their sustainable waste management system and enhance their capacities for its implementation.
  • The city of Tunis develops partnerships that contribute to Tunisia’s national urban policies, as well as to regional and global initiatives for sustainable urban development.

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