The National Bureau of Handicraft has developed additional strategies, in addition to supporting the Tunisian Sahel region, to contribute to the promotion of traditional industries by choosing the timing of the saloon to coincide with the tourist season. The addition was to encourage sector workers to support themselves by going to social security funds to ensure future protection upon retirement , By allocating a pavilion to the National Fund for Social Security within the exhibition to raise awareness for the workers in the sector.
This session of the National Salon of Traditional Industries is attended by sister Algeria, which has participated as a guest of honor, and has been allocated 150 square meters to display traditional Algerian products.
In addition, a free space has been allocated to new entrants in the traditional industries sector of youth, high-ranking graduates and graduates of training centers.
Training centers and high schools of art with specialization in the sector have a share in this salon, where a space is allocated by which they define themselves.
Within the framework of the overall policy of the State, positive discrimination of the interior, a space of seven states was allocated: Gabes, Beja, Tozeur, Kaf, Qabli, Kasserine and Zaghouan to bring its products closer to the coastal distribution routes.
The National Salon of Traditional Industries contains all forms and colors of the cultural inventory of Tunisian traditional and diverse products of various aspects and aspects of social, cultural and economic life.