The ANME headquarters is located at the following address:

1, Avenue du Japon, Cité Administrative –1073 Montplaisir – B.P. 213, Tunis

Phone: +216 71 906 900

Fax: +216 71 904 624 and +216 71 908 241

In addition to the central Tunis headquarters, ANME has opted for a decentralized approach to be closer to the country’s citizens.  The agency has five regional offices in addition to the Tunis headquarters, distributed as follows:

ANME Gabes Regional Office (South-East)

Address:  Rue de France, Cité El-Wahat, 6000 Gabes

Phone: +216 75 275 442 and +216 75 275 442

 Fax: +216 75 275 442

ANME EL Kef Regional Office (North-West)

Address:  PO Box 115, in front of the Kef sectoral training centre in agricultural machinery, 7117 Kef Ouest.

Phone: +216 78 228 515 and +216 78 227 408

Fax: +216 75 229 194

ANME Sidi Bouzid Regional Office (Centre-West)

Address: Rue Ahmed Tlili, Cité Ennour El-Gharbi, 9100 Sidi Bouzid

Phone: +216 76 621 260, +216 76 622 260 and +216 98 800 873 (mobile)

Fax: +216 76 620 260

ANME Sfax Regional Office (South-East)

Address: Caisse des Prêts et de Support des Collectivités Locales (CPSCL) building, rue Ahmed Aloulou, Sfax El Jadida

Phone: +216 74 415 177

Fax: +216 74 415 175 and 74 400 029

ANME Sousse Regional Office (Centre-East)

Address: Rue El Yasmine, Khira building, 2nd floor, Cité Ibn Al-Jazzar, 4000 Sousse Ville

Phone: +216 73 371 800

Fax: +216 73 371 802

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