Enda Tamweel, Mazars and ASH Technologies signed on Wednesday, May 25, 2022, a partnership agreement dedicated to supporting and developing environmental events and projects.
“This partnership will focus primarily on creating funding and support mechanisms for micro-entrepreneurs and farmers to accelerate the transition and optimize the energy consumption of their projects,” the three partners said in a joint press release.
Enda Tamweel, the first microfinance institution in Tunisia, Mazars, a social and civic enterprise and an international leader in audit, tax and consulting, and ASH Technologies, a Swiss technology company, plan to create new synergies through this partnership with the goal of providing concrete and innovative solutions for Tunisian micro-entrepreneurs and farmers who are able to increase their income and strengthen the sustainability and sustainability of their projects.
The agreement, in particular, will include funding and support mechanisms to strengthen the self-reliance of women entrepreneurs, encourage the entrepreneurial spirit among young people and encourage their transition to sustainable development projects.
“Mazars in Tunisia, like Mazars around the world, ensures that the policy of corporate social responsibility is one of its activities. As a corporate citizen, Mazars in Tunisia is committed to supporting entrepreneurs in developing their social enterprises by making a positive impact. For the environment and society as a whole. We would like to support this collaboration through a corporate social responsibility program,” said Ali Sherif, Managing Partner of Mazars in Tunisia.
“The environment has always been at the heart of Enda Tamweel’s strategy. The focus on climate change makes the ecological transition a central issue. By developing its expertise in this area and creating what it calls green credit lines, Enda Tamweel wanted to position itself as a key player in environmental finance. The partnership we forge today with Mazars and ASH Technologies testifies to this, and we hope that through these new partnerships we will strengthen our position in this area,” said Mohamed Zmandar, Managing Director of Enda Tamweel.
For his part, Yassin Allani, co-founder of ASH Technologies, emphasized that “the world of tomorrow will be more decentralized, modular and, above all, energy independent. Solar energy, decentralized in nature, directly contributes to this trend. First, solar energy is not limited to imported and cheap photovoltaic panels. It is also, for example, direct solar thermal energy at medium and high temperatures, which, in particular, makes it possible to process materials or store energy in phase-change materials, in addition to well-integrated photovoltaic cells.”
Through this new partnership, the three players are committed to implementing programs and mechanisms that create value and work for positive change and a more sustainable future for all project creators. They rely on their cooperation and experience to achieve these goals.