Signature of the agreement between PM and TAMSS

On the 16th of April 2015, TAMSS signed an agreement with Phillip Morris to launch a project called: Path for the Advancement of Women & Entrepreneurship Reinforcement : PAWER.

More news will follow.

Permanent link to this article:

WES Sustainability Networking Conference

The Women’s Enterprise for Sustainability (WES) program brought together representatives from each of the eight WES partner organizations and 24 women entrepreneurs for a two-day conference (March 10th and 11th) in Hammamet, Tunisia. The goal of the conference was to exchange best practices and lessons learned; showcase and celebrate WES achievements; and plan for the sustainability of WES centers and entrepreneurs’ network.

We were very honored to be joined by distinguished guests from the U.S. Embassy, the U.S. Department of State’s Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) and Microsoft, as well as a panel of experts on entrepreneurship in Tunisia.

WES Country Director Chéma Gargouri shared program accomplishments after two years of programming including that, as a result of WES, 150 women have started or expanded businesses, while over 600 Tunisian women have developed business plans and are well positioned to launch new businesses once a new microfinance law is passed.

An excellent panel discussion on supporting women entrepreneurs in Tunisia was led by Leila Belkhiria Jaber, Vice-President, National Women Chamber of Commerce (CNFCE); Fares Mabrouk, Tunisia Country Director, Yunus Social Business; Dr. Soukaina Bouraoui, Executive Director, Center on Arab Women Research (CAWTAR); and Tahar Ben Lakhdar, Chairman of the Board and CEO Esprit -Ecole Supérieur Privée d’Ingénierie et de Technologie.



Permanent link to this article:

Training sessions on “Formalization of Professional Activities”

Under the project “Creating Opportunities for Better Live and Work” by Philip Morris International, with the supervision of the “TILI” program (Tunisia Inclusive Labor Initiative), a series of training sessions were held for informal workers on the following topics: development of small businesses, CNSS (National Social Security Fund), CNAM (National Health Insurance Fund), financial education and labour law.

Permanent link to this article:

Participation in the Associations Day

TAMSS meeting with the ISET Charguia students during the Associations Day, focused on the theme of the entrepreneurial culture.


Permanent link to this article:


Entrepreneurship show the 4th and 5th March in Utica

Permanent link to this article:

Tamss is hiring a finance project officer

TAMSS is hiring!


Finance Project Officer


Specific Responsibilities:


  • Building the capacity of Local Partners on
  1. Project Agreements to be signed;
  2. Instruct and train partners regarding how to financially report to TAMSS;
  3. Provide joint & group technical trainings and coaching to Local partners;
  4. Ensure that deadlines are met;

·         Prepare financial reports for partners and Local Office staff


Professional Qualifications:

·         At least three years experience in finance and accounting for international agencies.

·         Strong computer skills, particularly Excel, Word and Access.

·         Fluent in written and spoken English;

·         Excellent written and oral communication skills.


Personal Competencies:

·         Demonstrated strengths in financial management with a strong client service focus; able to work with diverse groups of people and team oriented environment

·         Skilled in obtaining information necessary to accomplish duties

·         Able to prioritize work, multi-task and meet deadlines

·         Problem analysis and problem resolution at both a strategic and functional level

·         Able to express technical ideas and concerns in a non-technical environment

·         Strong customer orientation

·         Ability to develop effective systems considering organizational effectiveness and impact on people.

·         Strong organization and planning skills, detail oriented

·         Maturity and discretion, able to work with, and maintain confidential information

·         Able to work independently and within a team

·         Able to adapt and learn


Physical Requirements/Environment

·         Able to travel to local partners in different governorates of Tunisia and abroad.

·          This position requires flexibility and the capacity to deal with ambiguity and change until regional systems and standards are in place.

To apply to this position, please send your cover letter and resume outlining your experience to



Permanent link to this article:

Women entrepreneurship with TAMSS

Permanent link to this article:

Awareness citizenship’s session

TAMSS organized an awareness session on citizenship on November 22, 2013 in Dar Echaab Ariana.

An intervention was made ​​by Ms. Hana Ben Abda, Teacher in Civil Rights at the Faculty of Legal Sciences of Tunis and a member of the Tunisian Association of constitutional rights.

Various points during this session were cited, namely:
* Citizenship and Human Rights
* Democracy
* The requirements of the voter and elections
* The importance of election observation

Permanent link to this article:

Chéma Gargroui, Founder & President of TAMSS participation at the Georgetown University Nonprofit Management Executive Certificate – June, 2013


Permanent link to this article:

Events on June 2013

The TAMSS association participated in two events in June 2013:

-a meeting with specialists and academics of the rights of the women was organized  on June 26th in association with CAWTAR.

 - The Conference of Starting up of the Initiative of Dialogue between Tunisian Women on Saturday, June 29th, 2013 when representatives of the civil society and labor unions were present. This event was organized by “Search for Common Ground” and embassy of Great Britain

Permanent link to this article:

Older posts «