Netherlands Embassy in Addis Ababa Ethiopia

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in Addis Ababa

The Dutch Embassy in Ethiopia is located in a lush garden on the western outskirts of Addis Ababa. The chancellery and its surrounding buildings were designed by the Dutch architects Dick van Gameren and Bjarne Mastenbroek, constructed in collaboration with local professionals and completed in 2006.

Development Cooperation


Over the past years Ethiopia has achieved high economic growth and made considerable progress in achieving a number of the Millennium Development Goals. The country’s growth strategy with its emphasis on agricultural transformation and a strong expansion of public investment has delivered impressive results.


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Voordat u een reis naar het buitenland onderneemt is het verstandig het reisadvies van het Ministerie van Buitenlandse Zaken goed door te nemen. Lees het reisadvies voor Ethiopië en Djibouti

Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Addis Ababa

Old Airport Zone
Kifle Ketema - Lideta
Kebele 02/03
Addis Ababa

+25 111 869 37 88

+25 111 371 11 00

24 hours a day, 7 days a week


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Food security in Ethiopia

The stories behind the numbers

Food security in Ethiopia

November 23, 2015 Ziet u kansen op buitenlandse markten? De Nederlandse overheid helpt u graag uw ambities waar te maken.

November 11, 2015 On 5 and 6 November the Ethio-Netherlands Business Event took place in Rijswijk, the Netherlands. The event entitled ‘A Growing Investment Opportunity’ was organized the Netherlands Embassy in Addis Ababa and the Ethiopian Embassy in Brussels, and aimed at informing Dutch private sector on business and investment opportunities in Ethiopia. A number of 200 participants confirms the increasing interest from Dutch private sector for Ethiopia. Specific attention was paid to seven sectors, in line with the Dutch development cooperation program, Ethiopian priorities and Dutch expertise: oilseeds, seeds, dairy, poultry, spices, textiles and logistics/construction. The Ethiopian delegation consisting of around 50 government officials and private sector representatives, was led by H.E. Ahmed Shide, State Minister of the Ministry of Finance and Economic Cooperation of Ethiopia.