BIG 5 CONSTRUCT ETHIOPIA

BIG 5 CONSTRUCT ETHIOPIA

The Big 5 Construct Ethiopia puts you at the heart of these projects, providing you with access to over 8,000 high profile buyers and decision-makers from private and government sectors involved in the planning and execution of these major projects. Exhibiting at the event will place your products directly in

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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF RESIDENTIAL APARTMENTS IN OROMIA SPECIAL ZONE, ETHIOPIA

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF RESIDENTIAL APARTMENTS IN OROMIA SPECIAL ZONE, ETHIOPIA

The Office of the Prime Minister has secured land from the Oromia Special Zone for its own project development purposes and would like to avail a section of it for potential developers. Accordingly, the PMO would like to invite potential housing developers to submit concept proposals for the construction of

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GERD PROJECT TALKS REACH ANOTHER DEADLOCK

GERD PROJECT TALKS REACH ANOTHER DEADLOCK

Egypt, Sudan and Ethiopia failed to achieve a breakthrough in the African Union-led talks to revolve their years-long dispute over the controversial dam that Ethiopia is building on the Blue Nile, the three countries announced on Sunday.

Foreign and irrigation ministers of the three nations met online for the second

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ROADS AS AN ENABLER FOR FOOD SECURITY IN ETHIOPIA

ROADS AS AN ENABLER FOR FOOD SECURITY IN ETHIOPIA

Food security goes beyond ensuring a steady supply. Dependable logistics are key components necessary to move food—and production inputs—from one place to another.

In Ethiopia, a landlocked country of 110 million people with 85 percent of its population engaged in agriculture, timely access to agricultural inputs is vital.

The East

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ETHIOPIA ENDORSES 10 YEAR DEVELOPMENT PLAN

ETHIOPIA ENDORSES 10 YEAR DEVELOPMENT PLAN

Ethiopia recently endorses a ten year development plan with the following 10 strategic pillar; quality economic growth, inclusive prosperity, competitiveness and productivity, technology capability and digital economy, green economy and shock resilient, sustainable growth and development finance, depart the private sector to lead the economy, institutional transformation, justice and good

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ETHIOPIA AND KENYA REAFFIRM IT’S PLANS FOR CROSS-BORDER PROJECTS

ETHIOPIA AND KENYA REAFFIRM IT’S PLANS FOR CROSS-BORDER PROJECTS

Ethiopia and Kenya has reaffirm it’s commitment towards the infrastructural projects at the cross-border linking both nations.

Both nations in a joint statement made the announcement shortly after inspecting the ongoing construction of the new 32-berth Lamu Port, when President Kenyatta visited Ethiopian Prime Minister Dr Abiy Ahmed.

According to

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STAKEHOLDERS CALLS FOR DELAY IN CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES TO STOP IN ETHIOPIA

STAKEHOLDERS CALLS FOR DELAY IN CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES TO STOP IN ETHIOPIA

Stakeholders has called for special attention to be paid to the causes of delay in construction activities.

Speaking during a construction tour round the metropolis, Deputy Mayor Adanech Abebe made the statement in the presence of Finance Minister Ahmed Shede and National Bank Governor Dr. Yinager Dessie.

Quoting Abebe, “Road

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QATAR GOVT. PLANS TO CONSTRUCT MIXED-USED BUILDING IN ETHIOPIA

QATAR GOVT. PLANS TO CONSTRUCT MIXED-USED BUILDING IN ETHIOPIA

Ethiopia Ambassador to Qatar has announced that their government plans to build a mixed-used structure that will primary be used for a hotel and residence purposes.

Speaking to the media, Ethiopian Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary to Qatar, Samia Zekaria said the construction of the planned mixed-use project would improve services

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ETHIOPIA ANNOUNCE FIRST PPP PROGRAM

ETHIOPIA ANNOUNCE FIRST PPP PROGRAM

Ethiopia government has announced its first phase of public-private partnership (PPP) program. The PPP will be launched by construction a two solar projects in the coming two months.

The PPP include approving 17 projects based on the detailed identifications of the first phase of the program. Out of the approved

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FUND NEEDED TO REPAIR PAWE PORTABLE WATER DAM IN ETHIOPIA

FUND NEEDED TO REPAIR PAWE PORTABLE WATER DAM IN ETHIOPIA

Pawe Woreda Administration Head, Berhanu Asefa has disclosed that they need the sum of over USD2.56m (90 million Birr) to repair the damaged Pawe potable water dam.

He noted that prior to the Dam’s damage, residents of 34 villages in Pawe Woreda had sufficient access to clean potable water. That

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CALLS FOR ETHIOPIANS IN DIASPORA TO SUPPORT GERD INTENSIFY

CALLS FOR ETHIOPIANS IN DIASPORA TO SUPPORT GERD INTENSIFY

In a bid to promote the much needed support for the dam, Ethiopian Diaspora Association has called on the diaspora to strengthen their support to the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).

The call was made by Ethiopian Diaspora Association Chief Executive Officer, Abraham Seyoum, who stated that the support can

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AFRICA UNION, THE BEST PLACE TO SOLVE GERD ISSUES

AFRICA UNION, THE BEST PLACE TO SOLVE GERD ISSUES

The unending negotiation battle between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan over the Ethiopian Grand Renaissance Dam (GERD) should be resolved at the African Union (AU).

So far, the three countries have made major progress on the dispute in talks mediated by the African Union; and they have agreed to continue negotiating

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REMARKS BY AMBASSADOR OF ETHIOPIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ON AU-LED GERD NEGOTIATIONS

REMARKS BY AMBASSADOR OF ETHIOPIA TO THE UNITED NATIONS ON AU-LED GERD NEGOTIATIONS

Remarks by Taye Atske Selassie, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Ethiopia to the United Nation, at the United Nations Security Council meeting on the issue of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD).

Ethiopia’s commitment to the principles and purposes of the United Nations Charter; its support for collective security and

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GERD NEGOTIATION BETWEEN EGYPT, ETHIOPIA AND SUDAN

GERD NEGOTIATION BETWEEN EGYPT, ETHIOPIA AND SUDAN

GERD – Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam is a controversial dam between Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan. This mega project is the subject of international deliberations. The United States and other countries are acting as observers and/ or arbitrators as Egypt, Ethiopia and Sudan agree on the comprehensive filling and operation of

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AFRICA ATTRACTS $450 MILLION FOR TELECOM INFRASTRUCTURE

AFRICA ATTRACTS $450 MILLION FOR TELECOM INFRASTRUCTURE

Helios Towers Ltd, a UK-based telecommunications company with investments in Africa plans to invest $450 million of newly raised capital into African countries like Ethiopia. The privatisation of the nation’s telecom industry is seeing the surge of foreign direct investments into the country.

 

The horn of Africa –

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