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ILO hails reforms undertaken by services of the Minister Delegate to the Prime Minister in charge of Microenterprises

The International Labor Organization praised the reforms undertaken by the services of the Minister Delegate to the Prime Minister in charge of micro-enterprises, during a workshop and consultation session of the organization today, Thursday, devoted to the results of the study “Strategic Framework for an Encouraging Microenterprises ecosystem in Algeria”.

The ILO office for Algeria, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia and Mauritania hailed the cooperation between the services of the Minister Delegate to the Prime Minister in charge of micro-enterprises and the International Labor Organization, considering it “very fruitful”.

The government’s unification of micro-enterprise support mechanisms and placing them under the aegis of the services of the Minister Delegate to the Prime Minister in charge of micro-enterprises, which aims to improve the effectiveness of public the policy to encourage and support project-holders in the creation of their micro-enterprises, was also commended.

The workshop indicated that the services of the Minister Delegate to the Prime Minister in charge of micro-enterprises, since its inception in 2020, launched a large number of workshops and measures aimed at improving the business climate of the micro-enterprise, and coordinating between sectors.

Moreover, the services of the Minister delegated to the Prime Minister in charge of micro-enterprises adapt and diversify support services, strengthen them, and support the revival of small projects that have be confronted with obstacles.

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