L'apparition du Covid-19 a chamboulé la vie de nombreuses personnes, notamment d’un point de vue professionnel.
Comment les Tunisien.nes n’ayant pas le privilège de travailler à distance ont affronté cette crise ? Quelle est leur situation aujourd’hui ?
inkyfada est allée à la rencontre de sept professionnel·les issu·es de différentes régions de la Tunisie : ils et elles reviennent sur les trois dernières années et racontent l’impact ainsi que les séquelles du Covid-19 sur leurs vies.
فيروس يجتاح العالم ويقلب حيوات الكثيرين رأسا على عقب. كيف واجه التونسيون والتونسيات من الذين لم يسعفهم الحظ للعمل عن بعد هذه الأزمة ؟ وأين هم منها اليوم ؟
حاورت إنكفاضة سبعة مهنيين ومهنيات من مختلف مناطق البلاد وأصغت لرواياتهم عن السنوات الثلاث الماضية.67481
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|Mona Ben Amor, originally from El Mida, a delegation in the governorate of Nabeul, has worked as an agricultural worker since she was a child. She tells the story of before and after Covid-19 from an agricultural perspective.|| |
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|Specialized in the decoration and development of bar concepts in downtown Tunis, Bahbah looks back on the first time he heard about the general lockdown and what followed.|| |
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|Sihem Hannoudi is an artisan from El Kef who makes wicker baskets and bridal accessories. She talks about how professionals in the handicrafts sector have struggled to break the deadlock of the pandemic and see the light at the end of the tunnel.|| |
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|Originally from El Gonna in Sbeitla, Othman Khenichi spends his days on the road working as a minibus share taxi driver (Louage). With the outbreak of the covid pandemic and the accompanying curfew measures, he unexpectedly lost his job.|| |
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|Emna Belakhel, interior designer by trade, has been a florist in Manouba for 20 years when she is not on the job.|| |
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|There are approximately thirty coffee shops in the city of Teboursouk, located in the Governorate of Beja.Kamel Oueslati, a local resident and manager of a coffee shop owned by his family since 1985, describes the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on his work and that of his family.|| |
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