This cycling project in Tunisia is pushing for greater pedal power

The pandemic has prompted more Tunisians to hop on their bikes. Image: REUTERS/Lim Huey Teng

Layli Foroudi

Journalist, Thomson Reuters Foundation


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Nachwa Ouertatani, 23, attended a bike school after the first lockdown and now cycles 7 km from her home to university. Image: Layli Foroudi

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