In Tunisia, the ETF will continue working on increasing the responsiveness of the vocational education and training system to labour market needs. In particular, it aims to improve governance at the various levels of the VET system for better youth employability. In its role of providing regional governance, ETF’s activities this year include participating in technical workshop on tools for monitoring training-labour market adequacy, participating in a final conference on Mednine’s experience of regional governance of VET, building capacity of institutional stakeholders through a study visit, organising the trimestral regional steering committees and the semestral national steering committees and institutionalisation of the regional concentration platform COREDE, facilitating 4 VET centres’ reflection on adapting their training supply, consolidating the network of VET centres, building capacity of professional branches to make them closer to the VET system, developing soft skills modules and testing as pilots to increase youth employability in regions. In its role of providing entrepreneurship learning, ETF’s activities this year include completing the joint OECD-GIZ-ETF diagnostic assessment of EL in VET, conducting a dissemination workshop of the diagnostic assessment, drafting a proposal for moving ahead strategically on EL, and developing entrepreneurship learning modules as pilots in partnership with Mercycorps. In its role of monitoring and evaluating, ETF’s activities this year include supporting the MFPE with a roadmap to set up a monitoring and evaluation mechanism of VET reform, organising the joint monitoring of VET reform, including a Torino Process focus group, supporting the creation of the needed tools, drafting the Torino Process, and participate in a meeting of the Torino process. Finally, in its role of supporting the EU, ETF’s activities this year will include disseminating by electronic means and sharing meeting of successful support measures for migrants, participate in awareness-raising meetings on the implications of the MP on skill development and VET issues, and provide input to the progress report.