Corona vs Flowers

Emna Belakhel, interior designer by trade, has been a florist in Manouba for 20 years when she is not on the job.
24 June 2022
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آمنة بالأكحل درست التصميم الداخلي وتعمل كبائعة أزهار منذ 20 سنة حين لا تكون في حظائر الأشغال. 

Created by
Amin Ahmed
Editing; Mixing and Sound Design
Oussema Gaidi
Tayma Ben Ahmed
Editorial Support
Rym Amami

  Following the termination of a major construction project at the beginning of the covid-19 crisis, Emna Belakhel dedicated herself to her flower business.

She looks back on the ordeals she went through, on the people who got in her way and on those who stood by her.  

Covid-19: 7 lives on hold

The emergence of Covid-19 has dramatically affected the lives of many people, especially on the professional front. How did Tunisians who don't have the privilege of remote work cope with this crisis? What is their situation today? inkyfada interviewed seven professionals from different regions of Tunisia: they look back on the last three years and share with us the impact and aftermath of Covid-19 on their lives.

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