September 2017
The Tunisian-American Relations

WHAT: Conference. "Tunisia's Relations With the US and Current Challenges"    
WHEN: October 4, 2017 
             12 Noon - 1:30 PM

WHERE: Kenney Auditorium, Johns Hopkins University.  1740 Massachusetts Ave, NW
                  Washington, DC 20036

            Johns Hopkins University  

RSVP: Follow this link
Tunisia IMF Report

The following statement, expressing cautious optimism, was made by the leader of an International Monetary Fund team that visited Tunisia between July 26 and August 3, 2017. 

The purpose of the visit was to assess the country's economic outlook and to learn about the progress of the Government's economic reform program.

"Let There Be Light"

 Pending approval by the Tunisian Government, solar power plant developer Tunur will start a project consisting of a 4.5 GW energy export to Europe. It is estimated that the first phase of the project could be running in less than 3 years from now.

The solar complex would provide several European countries with much needed carbon-free electricity. At the same it would create employment in a historically marginalized region of Tunisia and would enhance the country's economy.         
Student of The Year Recognition

The Program recognizes tomorrows leaders who made their mark through academic achievement and commitment to excellence and who demonstrated a high level of effort to promote the Tunisian culture at campuses across America.
-Internship Requirement
A Call-To-Action
The Tunisian American Center being a volunteer organization, needs your help in supporting its operating budget and its programs, such as the Tunisian-American Day© and the Tunisia Advocacy Day Your help would affirm your belief in the value of our community being strong for the sake of today's and succeeding generations
                                                           Our Sponsors                                                     
Carthage Travel US                            Neapolis Ceramic