Based on a participatory process with the local community to assess the engagement of women in the in the economic and social life of the Medina of Tunis, the FEMMEDINA Inclusive City Programme contributed to more gender-sensitive urban space in the Medina. The project resulted in multiple policy recommendations and seven small-scale public space interventions and infrastructures that promote women's economic, cultural and social participation in the Medina and empower them to engage as equals in the public space.

Watch the video to learn more about Femmedina and see how inclusive and empowering public spaces can look like.

Read the Femmedina Rapid Learning Appraisal to know more about the project's process, its key outcomes and important steps to sustain and upscale Femmedina and other gender-sensitive public space projects.