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Welcome to the website of the Embassy of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia to Canada. This website provides you with information and links leading to services provided by the Embassy. We provide information on trade, investment and tourism of Ethiopia as well as issues related to Diaspora to our visitors.

We would like to highlight issues that reflect the longstanding Ethio-Canadian relation in our website. Useful consular related resources are also included for Canadians, Ethiopians and Canadians of Ethiopian origin to further expedite our services.

I hope you will find this website useful and we look forward to serve you at the Embassy located at 275 Slater Street, Ottawa, Suite 1501, Ontario K1P5H9. We serve the public Monday to Friday, except on official Canadian and Ethiopian holidays, from 9:00a.m.--5:00 pm.

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ETHIOPIA NEWS

M & C Commodities, #Canadian producer of cold pressed agri-food products for human and animal consumption eyes investment opportunity in Ethiopia. ===================================== H.E. Ambassador Nasise challi received Mr. Carlos Melo, President and CEO of M & C Commodities, Mr. Breden Lawrence, VP & Business Dev't as well as Mr. Justin Ondo-Assoumou, President and CEO of Joama Consulting at her office and briefed them about immense investment opportunity in Ethiopia. She noted that there is high demand for edible oil in Ethiopia and stressed on opening manufacturing plant to produce their finest products in the country for the huge market both in the country and the entire region. The leaders agreed to further explore the potential, engage in the fastest growing and attractive market of Ethiopia.

FfD3 Basically Changed Ethiopia's Image: Officials

The Third International Conference on Financing for Development (FfD3), which was concluded yesterday, has basically changed Ethiopia's image, it was indicated.

Foreign Affairs Minister Dr Tedros Adhanom and Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Sufian Ahmed, gave a joint press conference today following the conclusion of the conference.

Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Sufian Ahmed, said Ethiopia has successfully hosted the conference surpassing expectations and with unmatched the hospitality that was appreciated by delegates of the conference.

During the conference, Ethiopia showcased its economic sectors, cultural heritages, as well as untapped investment and tourism potentials through the Ethiopian Village and Exhibition, he said.

The Exhibition was visited by close to 3,000 delegates as well as representatives of international businesses attending the international business forum that took place during the conference, he said.

The country has also promoted its investment areas at the high level event with the theme “Ethiopia rising” a carbon neutral middle income manufacturing hub by 2025,” he said.   

The success of the conference and the groundbreaking agreement, the Addis Ababa Action Agenda, show the world’s faith on Ethiopia, Foreign Affairs Minister Dr Tedros Adhanom said.

Ethiopia has played a significant role to bring participant countries to a common consensus on the Addis Ababa Action Agenda, he said.

The Addis Ababa Action Agenda includes important policy commitments and key deliverables in critical areas for sustainable development, including infrastructure, social protection, and technology.

There were agreements for international cooperation, for financing of specific areas where significant investments are needed, such as in infrastructure for energy, transport, water and sanitation, and other areas to help realize the proposed sustainable development goals, it was noted

State Minister Urges Scholars to Play Major Role in Identifying Gaps in Policies, Implementations

Scholars should have to play a vivid role in creating a society based on consensus by identifying gaps in policies and their implementations, Civil Service State Minister Adamu Ayana said.The state minister has called on scholars in the sector to undertake researches in order to accelerate the country's all-round growth.Various research papers were presented today by different scholars at a discussion forum organized by Civil Service University.  Speaking on the occasion, Civil Service State Minister Adamu Ayana said the government has been developing concepts that have strong foundation by taking the ideas of scholars as inputs and relating them to policies that are issued.Presenting a research paper on the implementation of the country's revised tax collection system, Dr. Delisa Daba said problems are observed in the country's tax collection system.He said the contribution of tax to the GDP is not more than 11 percent.This is less than the sub-Saharan African average and low when compared to that of Kenya, Dr. Delisa pointed out.According to him, the implementations of the revised tax law should therefore be realized and reduction of tax as incentive scheme has to be stopped.To transform the country's agricultural led economy to industrial led economy, the government should once again revise the informal sectors from which taxation is exempted.The President of Civil Service University, Dr. Hailemichael Abera said on his part conducting similar studies and undertaking activities that can bring changes in the country would continue.

South Korea to Share Succesful Experiences to Int'l Conference on Financing for Dev't

South Korea will share its experiences in collecting and properly utilizing resources to the Third International Conference on Financing for Development to be held on July 13, 2015.

A 30-person Korean delegation will take part in the conference, according to Korean Ambassador to Ethiopia, Kim Moon-hwan.

The East Asian country is participating at the finance and development conference for the first time since it got registered as a donor country in 2010 by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Development Assistance Committee (DAC).

South Korea, a country which was suffering from deep rooted poverty 50 years ago, has transformed itself to a donor nation that increased its per capita income from 80 USD in 1960s to 2,000 USD six years ago.

The country will present the roadmap it used to bring about development to the conference, it was indicated.

Heads of state and government, representatives of the private sector, financial institutions, civil society and others will take part in the four-day conference in Addis Ababa to ensure the success of the 17-point sustainable development goal to be officially declared in New York in September.

On the sideline of the conference, other meetings will be held.

In this regard, South Korea will present its achievements in the investment of human resources development in collaboration with Ethiopia, Norway and UNESCO, it was learned.

The delegation of South Korea will comprise of the country’s envoy to the United Nations, representatives of Korea Exim Bank and Korea International Cooperation Agency.


South Korea has a goal of donating 0.25 percent of its Gross National Income (GNI) to developing countries this year.

    • A two-day Ethio-Canada Business Forum opened on Monday (February 23) in Addis Ababa to discuss furtherance of trade, investment and business engagements between the two countries. Co-organized by the Canadian Embassy to Ethiopia and Ethiopia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the forum is part of the events marking the 50th Anniversary of Ethio-Canada Friendship. It was attended by a Canadian Trade Mission headed by Senator Don Meredith with 27 representatives of Canadian companies as well as high-level Government officials and leaders of business organizations in Ethiopia. Ambassador Taye Atskeselassie, Director-General of American Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, welcomed the delegates and expressed thanks to the Canadian Government and business representatives for showing interest in investing in Ethiopia. Ethiopia’s Ambassador to Canada, Ambassador Birtukan Ayano, said the meeting was an important milestone in forging business ties at a time while the two countries were celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Ethio-Canada Friendship. Ambassador Birtukan, who noted that Ethiopia considers Canada as one of key development partners, stated that the occasion would promote Ethiopia’s business opportunities. She pointed out that Ethio-Canada relations were beginning to show a promising trend with the keenness of Canadian companies to explore trade, investment and business opportunities in Ethiopia. Recalling the successful Canada-Africa and Canada-Ethiopia Business Fora held last year in Toronto, she said these had displayed a true picture of Ethiopia’s mining and energy potential and had also identified Ethiopia as a focus country for Canada’s development cooperation. Senator Don Meredith, who emphasized the opportunity provided by the meeting to introduce Canadian companies to Ethiopia’s investment and businesses opportunities, said the business forum would augment the growing commercial relations of the two countries. The Senator said the Canadian Trade Mission had made clear their interest to invest in Ethiopia. The Forum features presentations on Ethiopia’s investment opportunities as well as on the mining and energy sectors. It is also giving an opportunity to showcase experience-sharing events, question and answer sessions, networking and business-to-business meetings.

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In accordance with the Canadian Federal and Provincial authorities and the direction of our Government, the Embassy suspends all in-person Consular and Diaspora services starting from March 25, 2020 till further notice.



All service requests shall be made to the phone numbers, emails or provided post address stated under:

For Consular Matters:

                         Ms. Tsehay Astale, Tel (343) 996 5643 and,

                         Mrs. Negisti Halefom, Tel (613) 262 1269

                     Email: consular@ethioembassycanada.org

For Diaspora Matters:

                           Mr. Abekrie Abdu, Tel (613) 302 5954

Email: diaspora@ethioembassycanada.org

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  በክቡር የኢ.ፌ.ዴ.ሪ. ጠቅላይ ሚኒስትር ዶ/ር አብይ አህመድ በውጭ ለሚኖሩ ኢትዮጵያውያንና ትውልደ ኢትዮጵያውያን ወጣቶች የተላለፈ መልዕክት


በውጭ አገራት የምትኖሩ ወጣት ኢትዮጵያውያንና ትውልደ ኢትዮጵያውያን ባላችሁ የክረምት ዕረፍት ጊዜ በአገር ቤት በበጎ ፈቃድ አገልግሎት መስክ እንድታገለግሉና የወደፊቷን ኢትዮጵያ ለመገንባት የበኩላችሁን የማይተካ ሚና እንድትጫወቱ በክቡር ጠቅላይ ሚኒስትራችን መልዕክት ተላልፏል፡፡

ስለሆነም፣ በዚህ በጎ ፈቃድ አገልግሎት ለመሳተፍ የምትፈልጉ ወጣቶች በኤምባሲው በኩል በአካል በመቅረብ፣ በስልክ ቁጥር(613) 565 6637(የውስጥ መስመር 213) እና (613) 565 6637(የውስጥ መስመር 204) በመደወል እና በኢሜል አድራሻ merga.feyisa@ethioembassycanada.org እና fiseha.zerihun@ethioembassycanada.org ፍላጎታችሁን በመግለጽ እንድትመዘገቡ እያስታወቅን፣ መንግስት እናንተን በተቀደሰ ተግባር ላይ ለማሰማራት አስፈላጊውን ዝግጅት ያደረገ መሆኑን እንገልጻለን። 

የኢትዮጵያ ኤምባሲ 
ኦታዋ፣ ካናዳ
ሰኔ ፣ 2011 ዓ.ም.

 

INFORMATION REGRDING THE DIASPORA TRUST FUND

 

 Invitation for Bid

 

Name of Country: Ethiopia

 

Name of Project: Procurement of 400,000 MT wheat grain or milling wheat for Ministry of Trade and Industry (Ethiopian Trading Business Corporation).

 

Procurement Reference number: PPPDS/ETBC/ICB/PG/131/03/2011

 

  1. The Public Procurement and Property Disposal Service (PPPDS) on behalf of Ethiopian Trading Business Corporation have funds with the Procuring entity’s budget to be used for the Procurement of 400,000 MT milling wheat.
  2. The PPPDS invites eligible Bidders for the supply of goods and services mentioned above.
  3. Bidding will be conducted in accordance with the International Competitive Bid (ICB) procedures, contained in the Public Procurement and Property Administration Proclamation of the Government of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and is open to all Bidders from eligible source countries.
  4. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from PPPDS and inspect the bidding document at the address given below at 7(a) from 8:30 am to 5:30 pm until bid closing date.
  5. A complete set of bidding documents in English may be purchased by interested bidders at the address given below at 7(a) upon payment of a non-refundable fee of Birr 200.00 (two Hundred Birr) or equivalent amount in easily convertible hard currencyThe method of payment will be in cash.
  6. Bid must be delivered to the Address below at 7(b) on or before 31st January 2019 at 10:0 0 am.
  7. All bids must be accompanied by a bid security amount valued at 100,000 birror equivalent amount for each lot in the form of CPO or an unconditional Bank counter guarantee from domestic Commercial Banks. The bid security should be in the name of Public Procurement and Property Disposal Service. Bids will be opened in the presence of the bidders or their representatives who choose to attend the event at the address below at 7(b) at 10: 15 am on 31st January 2019.

 

(a) Documents will be issued at Ministry of Finance, compound No.2, block 5th, 1stfloor, room No. 101, Telephone 011-1-540524, 011-1-223755/22

 

(b) Bids must be delivered to, and will be opened at PPPDS, Ministry of Finance, compound No.2, Block No. 5th, 1st floor conference Hall.

 

PPPDS reserves the right to reject any or all bids and any items on the bid.

 

Public Procurement and Property Disposal Service (PPPDS)

 

Tel. 011-1-540524, 011-1-223755 or 011-1-223722

 

Website; http://www.pppds.gov.et

 

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

 

 

 ለውድ ተገልጋዮቻችን በሙሉ፡-

 

ኤምባሲያችን በፓስፖርት፣ ቪዛና የሰነድ ማረጋገጫ አገልግሎቶች ላይ ባለው የምንዛሪ ልዩነት የዋጋ ለውጥ ያደረገ መሆኑን እየገለጸ አገልግሎቶቹንና የዋጋ ዝርዝር በተመለከተ በድኅረ ገጻችን Consular Section በሚለው ሜኑ ስር የምታገኙ መሆኑን እንገልጻለን፡፡

 

የኢ.ፌ.ዲ.ሪ ኤምባሲ

ኦታዋ ካናዳ

 

  

ለሁሉም ኢትዮጵያዊያንና ትውልድ ኢትዮጵያዊያን

 

በካናዳ በጉዲፈቻ መንገድ የመጡ ህፃናትና ወጣቶች እንዳሉ ይታወቃል፡፡ በመሆኑም ሚሲዮናችን እነዚህን ዜጎች በማግኘትና ፍላጎት ያላቸውን ከቤተሰቦቻቸው ጋር ለማገናኘት እንዲሁም ያሉበትን ሁኔታ ኤምባሲው ለማወቅና ለመደገፍ ስለፈለገ ይህ መረጃ እንዲደርሳቸውና አድራሻቸውን እንድታሳውቁን በአክብሮት እንጠይቃለን፡፡

 

ስልክ ቁጥር (613) 565 6637 ext 204፣ 207፣ 213

 

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የኢ.ፌ.ዴ.ሪ. ኤምባሲ ኦታዋ

 

 

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ከዚህ ቀደም አገልግሎቱ ያላበቃ የኢትዮጵያ ፓስፖርት ወይም አገልግሎቱ ያላበቃ የትውልድ ኢትዮጵያዊ መታወቂያ ካርድ ለያዛችሁ ተገልጋዮች ያዘጋጃችሁትን ውክልና ኖታሪ [ Notary] በማድረግ ብቻ ወደ ኤምባሲያችን በመላክ የማረጋገጥ ስራ ስናከናውን መቆየታችን ይታወቃል፡፡ ሆኖም ከሰኔ 14 ቀን 2010 ዓ/ም [ ከጁን 21/2018] ጀምሮ ማንኛውም ወደ ኤምባሲያችን የሚላኩ ኖታሪ [ Notary] የተደረጉ የውክልና ሰነዶች ወደ ኤምባሲያችን ከመላካቸው በፊት እንደሌሎች ሰነዶች ኦታዋ በሚገኘው የካናዳ ግሎባል አፌየርስ [ Canadian global Affairs in Ottawa ] ከተረጋገጡ በኋላ ወደ ኤምባሲያችን መላክ እንደሚኖርባቸው በአክብሮት መግለጽ እንወዳለን፡፡በሌላ በኩል የውክልና ሰነድ መስጠት ለሚፈልጉ ቫሊድ የሆነ የኢትዮጵያ ፓስፖርትና ትውልደ ኢትዮጵያ መታወቂያ ያላቸው ተገልጋዮች ኤምባሲው ጽ/ቤት በአካል ቀርበው ሰነዱ ላይ በመፈረም በቀላሉ አገልግሎት ማግኘት የሚችሉ መሆኑን እናሳውቃለን፡፡   

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