Striving to be at the forefront of the humanitarian work, Tunisia Charity has made a vital difference in the lives of thousands of children and families. Five years of vibrant commitment and dedication helped bring hope and positive change to many individuals.
Through our passionate volunteers, donors and partners we have become one of the leading models in the field. We have established strong relationships with local and international communities and utilised every effort and resource to serve our sole purpose which is to represent the interests of the poor people and empower them to lead a dignifying life.
From the sponsorship programs that support more than 700 orphans, to the educational projects such as school construction, renovation and the distribution of 24100 school bags, to Ramadan projects where more than 125000 people received food provisions. This is in addition to creating employment opportunities and capacity building programs and other initiatives targeting health; women; low-income families, people with disabilities all testify that Tunisia Charity plays a key role in complementing the government’s efforts in fighting poverty.
Our teams are actively engaged with individuals living in areas that lack services such as schools and health clinics. With weak infrastructure, insufficient transportation, bad housing and inadequate facilities, individuals are at high risk of illiteracy, limited employment opportunities, malnutrition, extreme weather conditions, lack of clean water and sanitation which could lead to serious illnesses and disabilities.
Many people in these areas depend heavily on charity aids and any absence of this work will deprive them further of essential resources needed to protect their families and livelihoods.
Such challenges can only be tackled through mutual collaboration between different sectors of the society. Therefore, and despite the false allegations against us we will continue to do our utmost to provide support and protection for the less fortunate and disadvantaged people.
This unfair judiciary lawsuit ordered by the General Secretary of the Government is politically motivated. Claiming that Tunisia Charity failed to follow NGO’s law is baseless. Therefore, we deny firmly any allegations and reaffirm our position that all of our work is constantly aligned with legal and regulatory framework requirements as well as transparency and accountability expectations and guidelines.
Right now, thousands of people are facing severe living conditions and are trapped in the cycle of poverty. We urge you to support our right to continue serving the poor and vulnerable people and we call upon the Tunisian government to revise its decision considering the proofs provided by Tunisia Charity.