Last november, 12 young Mediterranean NEETS participated in the international training workshop organized by RESMYLE project partner Association for the Development of Rural capacities (ADR), to produce an itinerary of natural and cultural sites in Tyre Caza “All Around Tyre” in order to “Valorize the cultural identity and natural heritage in villages of Tyre Caza”.
The participants in the workshop all belong to the NEETS category (young people aged between 18 and 30 who are neither in employment, nor in education, nor in training). Nine young people are Lebanese from different regions of Lebanon, two young people are Jordanian and one participant is from Tunisia. They were supported by experts in responsible tourism and rural development.
This workshop is one of the activities of the project “RESMYLE – Rethinking employment and social inclusion of Mediterranean youth through sustainable development” implemented in Lebanon by ADR and funded by the ENI CBC MED program of the European Union. RESMYLE is a 3-year project, which brings together 9 partners from five Mediterranean countries: France, Italy, Lebanon, Jordan and Tunisia.
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