Oreedoo has launched a new mobile application in Tunisia to report environmental abuses and violations. The Tunisia government has recently launched a series of initiatives aimed at correcting environmental abuses and making citizens aware of the importance of keeping the environment healthy. Zoomi, the app is to collaborate the government’s effort.
Zoomi is free and available in French and Arabic, it enables users to report environmental violations by sending a photo with a comment to the Ministry of The environment and the local municipality. The violator has to be caught in the act, it seems.
The Ministry of The environment is in collaboration with Ooredoo, the Directorate General of Local Communities at the Ministry of the Interior, and various private companies and organizations to resolve environmental issues in Tunisia.
With Zoomi, citizens are encouraged to get involved and ensure a cleaner Tunisia. Zoomi was launched by Ooredoo (formerly known as Qtel), a telco provider based in Qatar.