EP-Nuffic has announced an extra call for the TMT programme specifically for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in Ethiopia. It is only open for Joint Proposals submitted by an Ethiopian-registered SME together with a training provider in the Netherlands. At least 20% co-funding is a requirement. The Netherlands Fellowship Programmes (NFP) promote capacity building by providing training and education for professionals. The NFP is fully funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs under the budget for development cooperation. EP-Nuffic is responsible for the management of the NFP. The deadline for applications has been postponed to 15 February 2016.
3 Subsidieregeling voor demonstratie- projecten, haalbaarheidsstudies en investeringsvoorbereidingsstudies (DHI)
Opkomende markten en ontwikkelingslanden bieden kansen voor Nederlandse export en investeringen. Heeft u internationale ambities en interesse in deze markten? Wilt u mogelijke afnemers overtuigen van uw technologie? Of wilt u daar een project uitvoeren of investeren in een onderneming? Dan is de subsidieregeling voor demonstratieprojecten, haalbaarheidsstudies en investeringsvoorbereidingsstudies (DHI) misschien interessant voor u.
4 Successful launch of the Bilateral Ethiopian Netherlands Effort for Food, Income and Trade (BENEFIT) Partnership
On December 15 the Bilateral Ethiopian Netherlands Effort for Food, Income and Trade (BENEFIT) Partnership was officially launched during its kick-off in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. It was an interesting and interactive morning program with presentations from a.o. Prof. Dr. Louise Fresco, representatives of Wageningen UR and different programs integrated in BENEFIT, and farmers sharing their good experiences.
The President of Addis Ababa University Mr Admasu Tsegaye (PhD) And The Ambassador of the Netherlands to Ethiopia Mrs Lidi Remmelzwaal have the pleasure to invite you for a Public Lecture by Prof. Dr. Louise O. Fresco President of the Board of Wageningen University and Research Centre On 15 December at 14:30 hrs., Addis Ababa University - Eshetu Chole Hall
A delegation from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Netherlands has conducted a week-long visit to the Embassy to discuss ways forward for Dutch engagement in Ethiopia.
EP-Nuffic has announced an extra call for the TMT programme specifically for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises in Ethiopia. It is only open for Joint Proposals submitted by an Ethiopian-registered SME together with a training provider in the Netherlands. At least 20% co-funding is a requirement.
The Dairy Business Information Service and Support (DairyBISS) project is a three-year project implemented by Wageningen UR and funded by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The DairyBISS project aims to establish a dairy business platform that initiates and monitors activities in business development, capacity building, and business information development. Proofs of concept will be introduced for technical and organizational innovations such as private farm advice, innovative housing systems, and forage production. Results will improve both business practice and long-term sustainability of the sector. Recently the new website of DairyBISS Ethiopia was launched as part of this project.
Ziet u kansen op buitenlandse markten? De Nederlandse overheid helpt u graag uw ambities waar te maken.
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.