ALGIERS- Algeria-Britain twinning project on “institutional support to the system of collection, analysis and promotion of information to protect the consumers, closed on Tuesday in Algiers yielded “satisfactory” results.
Following 27 months and a budget of 1.2 million euros, this project is set up under the Support Program for the implementation of the Algeria-European Union Association Agreement (P3A).
Thus, this institutional twinning aimed at setting up and sustaining the information and consumer protection mechanisms in Algeria and strengthening the institutional mechanism for collecting, analyzing and promoting information in favor of consumer protection.
At the closing ceremony of the twinning, stakeholder leaders noted that the “satisfactory” results recorded encouraged an extension of the project until April in order to refine it.
Establishment of a barometer of consumer queries
In total, 378 Algerians benefited from these training courses, of which 56% were women (212) and 44% men (166).
Present at the ceremony, the Director General of Foreign Trade at the Ministry of Commerce, Khaled Bouchlaghem, said that this twinning, initiated for the benefit of the Directorate of Quality and Consumption, was awarded to the United Kingdom, while its implementation was entrusted to the Government of Northern Ireland’s International Cooperation Organization (NI-CO).
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