Nadia 34, web editor and divorced mother, 2820 dinars per month

| 13 September 2021 | 0 minutes
It's 6pm, and Nadia is navigating the traffic as fast as she can. She just finished work and picked her daughter up from school, but she has to hurry: two women are expecting her in an hour for a private English class. Between her work, her daughter and her other activities, her day to day life is not easy.

Mahmoud, 28 years old, petrol smuggler, 7200 dinars per month

| 30 August 2021 | 0 minutes
Mahmoud* is 28 years old. The young man is not very tall but well-built and clean-cut, which comes in handy in his line of work: smuggling petrol.

Chedli, 51 years old, manager of a car parts shop, 17,000 dinars per month

| 04 July 2021 | 5 minutes
The phone never stops ringing. To have a conversation with Chedli*, you have to be patient and accept that you will be interrupted every five minutes. Chedli, 51, is a car parts dealer in Tunis who runs three shops, including a wholesale outlet.

Mejdi, 26, A Tunisian student in Paris, in precarity and without income

| 06 June 2021 | 0 minutes
When Mejdi arrived in Paris in September 2019, he carried with him a suitcase, 6,900 euros, and a heavy weight on his conscience: to be able to study in France, he had mortgaged his family home. Veiled behind his sense of humour and good mood, the young man hides a great fragility linked to his financial precariousness.

Neziha, 62 years old, retired, 300 dt per month

| 26 February 2021 | 0 minutes
Neziha* recently quit her job at a private religious school and now has no income or health insurance. Both divorced and childless, she lives alone in a studio in her family’s old garage.

Nesrine, 24 years old, a customer service employee who works remotely, 960 dinars per month

| 13 December 2020 | 0 minutes
For Nesrine, a customer service employee, the covid-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on her lifestyle. With remote work and limited outings, she shifted her focus to domestic activities but wasn't able to save money. Let's dive into her wallet.
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