Tunisia/Francophone mayors discuss Sousse's sustainable development programme
The work of the permanent commission "Cities and sustainable development" of the International Association of Francophone Mayors (AIMF) is taking place in Sousse, from 2 to 5 December 2021, to examine the experience of the city (Sousse) in terms of sustainable development.
It should be recalled that the city of Sousse has initiated a sustainable development program since 2014 including the implementation of a number of projects resulting from a participatory diagnosis of the priorities of the city, explains the head of the Committee for Decentralized Cooperation and External Relations within the municipality of Sousse, Kaouther Chabaâne Mahdaoui.s of the city, explains the head of the Committee of decentralized cooperation and external relations within the municipality of Sousse, Kaouther Chabaâne Mahdaoui.
She said that all these programs aim to improve the living conditions of the city's inhabitants through the implementation of integrated projects in several areas (economic, social and environmental).
It is the development of plans for urban transport in the city of Sousse and its municipalities, through the reorganization of traffic, the development of parking, the safety of pedestrians and the layout of public spaces.
The sustainable development program also focuses on the themes of energy saving, recycling of solid waste and management of the phenomenon of street vendors.