"Le Don du vent" will bring to Tunisia a group of 10 young people from
Morocco, Egypt, France and Libya, February 9 Through 14.
A cruise ship whose name literally means "the gift of wind, "Le Don du Vent"
will set anchor in the Sidi Bou Saïd harbour carrying on board, in addition
to the 10 youngsters, representatives of the French Red Cross Society and three crew members.
Organised by the French Red Cross, the visit is part of a tourist and cultural event held in anticipation of the eighth conference of Mediterranean Red Cross and Red Crescent Organizations to take place may 11
through 13,2000, in nice, France. The conference is expected to focus primarily on immigration, health and environmental issues.
Called Mediterranean 2000, the cruise that will last from January to May
2000 is targeted at young people in difficult social situations in 20 Mediterranean nations. The humanitarian trip hopes to help disseminate
essential humanitarian values and consolidate young people's self-confidence.
Ten other young people coming from Spain, Algeria , Croatia
and France will also be arriving to Tunisia by air on February 14.
The Tunisian Red Crescent Organization has prepared an
important cultural and touristic program in favor of these two groups.
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