Regional development


We bring together all those involved in the planning and authorisation of nationally significant infrastructure projects in the region, focusing on projects in the areas of energy, transport, water, public buildings, waste and waste water. We build relationships between the public, private and voluntary sectors, actively contribute to ongoing policy discussion and formulation. We go frequently into focusing on the infrastructure problems and looking for solutions. Read More


Our organization emphasizes the conservation or environmental movements that seeks to protect, analyse or monitor the environment against misuse or degradation from human forces.Read More


On 25 September 2015, the 194 countries of the UN General Assembly adopted the 2030 Development Agenda titled Transforming our world: the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Following the adoption, UN agencies under the umbrella of the United Nations Development Group, decided to support an independent campaign to help communicate the agreed Sustainable Development Goals to a wider constituency. Known as Project Everyone.Read More

Youth Empowerment


All training activities in the Calendar are not-for-profit and directed to youth workers wishing to develop their competences to further work with and for young people, to share experiences and, on occasion, to make contacts for common future projects. Read More


Skills development is the process of (1) identifying your skill gaps, and (2) developing and honing these skills. It is important because your skills determine your ability to execute your plans with success.Read More


We surround teenagers and try to find them solutions for some problems like: Drinking, Smoking a Drugs, Cyber Space Addiction,…Thus, we try to integrate them in the social life and volunteer work.Read More

International Exchanges


Collaboration. As compared to a sole proprietorship, which is essentially the same business form but with only one owner, a partnership offers the advantage of allowing the owners to draw on the resources and expertise of the co-partners. Running a business on your own, while simpler, can also be a constant struggle. But with partners to share the responsibilities and lighten the workload, members of a partnership often find that they have more time for the other activities in their lives. Read More


International exchange programs—moving people across borders for educational, professional, or cultural purposes—connect an ever-widening circle of Tunisians with their counterparts around the world. Exchange programs create opportunities: opportunities for participants to learn, to prosper, and to work with others to solve shared problems and ensure a secure future. Exchanges create future leaders who instinctively appreciate the value of international collaboration, understanding, and empathy.Read More


Our world has become global. As your children grow, they will not only be citizens of their own country, but of the world. As global citizens they will need new skills. They will face daily challenges that previous generation may not have experienced. The ability to understand, communicate and work among other cultures is becoming more important every day.Read More

Who we are ?

La Volonté association advances regional development and opens the doors for every young person. Together with our partners, we work harder to translate that commitment into practical action, focusing special effort on reaching the most vulnerable and excluded young people, to the benefit of all youth, within our region and outside it. We are a non-governmental and nonprofit organization. Our organization was founded after the Revolution on 25th of June 2011. We work actually in many developmental fields; regional development, youth empowerment and international relations. Our strategy seeks to reinforce our position as a leading association for young people in our region. We focus on a series of strategic themes, each requiring distinctive management skills and qualities.